We purchased and planted the "Rewski" in 2004. The sixty-five acre Paderewski Vineyard is a patchwork of undulating, steep, limestone hillsides set within 350 rural, spring-fed acres five miles west of Paso Robles. The soils are very un-California like. Lean, rocky, calcareous and extreme. The vineyard blocks were meticulously laid out based on their unique exposures, soil attributes, and mesoclimates - each producing fruit specific to their exact location. We have several clones of Syrah, Grenache, Mourvedre, Petite Sirah, Counoise, Zinfandel, Tempranillo, Marsanne, and Viognier planted to carefully match their respective hillsides with most being grafted onto Phylloxera resistant Native American rootstock plus a few blocks of Syrah and Grenache vines planted on their own root stock. The high altitude property offers breathtaking views southeast into the town of Templeton and beyond, and each warm afternoon is met with the cool Pacific Ocean breezes of the Templeton Gap. Diurnal temperatures can vary as much as 50 degrees F daily creating the ideal environment for acidity in wine grapes as they ripen during the growing season.