Since 2006, Broadside has crafted wines that embody the pioneering spirit of Paso Robles. Bold, expressive and distinct, our wines are produced with intention and demonstrate our dedication to sustainable farming and winemaking. With every vintage, we’re blazing our own trail and sharing our journey with you.
Located halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles, Paso Robles is a vast region of rugged terrain and dramatic climate, with an unmistakable pioneering spirit.
Maritime breezes and coastal fog roll in from the nearby Pacific Ocean, contributing to temperature swings up to 50 degrees between night and day. Ancient oak trees tower throughout the vineyards where a rare diversity of soil types cover the earth.
These natural conditions create an ideal and unique place for winegrowing. We’re proud to work with vineyard partners who are passionate stewards of this land and committed to preserving it for future generations.
Award-winning winemaker Adam LaZarre joined the Broadside team in 2013. A Navy veteran who developed a love for wine while stationed overseas, Adam enrolled in the winemaking and viticulture program at Fresno State after finishing his military service. He ultimately fell in love with Paso Robles and has now lived in the region for over twenty years. Today Adam works with our partners in the Central Coast winegrowing community who are dedicated to sustainable practices, producing wines that express a true sense of place vintage after vintage.
Sustainable farming is the foundation of everything we do. How we care for the land impacts everything, including the wildlife and people who live and work there. We believe that sustainable practices are essential to the quality of our wines and to the future of our community and planet. We’re immensely proud that the vast majority of our vineyard partners are certified sustainable through SIP – an organization that holds some of the world’s most rigorous sustainability standards.
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