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We know. We know. Personality quizzes are the stuff of teenage magazines and silly Facebook shares. But who doesn’t like to kill 20 minutes doing something totally fun and unabashedly unproductive? With the election coming up, it seems like all of our social media feeds are degenerating into war zones of terse rants and oversimplified memes. Let’s take back the space (if just for a day) with a completely nonpartisan subject: wine. Everyone loves it! This test, of course, comes with a twist. First: Pick which wine varietal you most identify with. Then, see what other wine varietals might be right up your alley! So, cheers to getting to know yourself—and your politically charged neighbor—just a wee bit better. Paso wine is something we can all agree on, thank goodness.

Your motto: “Live it up while you’re still in the pink!”

Your vibe: Happy, joyous, bubbly.

Jada Vineyards 2015 1149You post: Pics of cute babies, dogs doing funny things, that awesome beach sunset you just had to share, the occasional rainbow.

You are: A light, refreshing (sometimes flirtatious) rose that’s easy to fall for – Jada Vineyard 2015 1149 Rosé.



Brecon Estate Buy the Wine



You should also try: Brecon Estate 2013 Conviction White Rhone blend. Layered aromatics bursting with lemon, lime, Mandarin, and grapefruit, this saucy white was made for summer days lounging poolside.


Your motto: “Pain is just weakness leaving the body.”

Your vibe:
Hardworking, organized and goal oriented to the max

You post: Pics of your newly organized tool shed, your latest Michael Gill Cellars 2013 Rock Syrahworkout advice, interesting architecture when traveling

You are: A strong, structured Syrah that impresses the moment you walk into the room – Michael Gill Cellars 2013 Rock Syrah



Dubost Buy the Wine


You should also try: Dubost Ranch 2010 Malbec. An international Wine Competition Gold Medal Winner, this deep, dark, complex red is elevated by rich caramel, vanilla, and sugar cookie notes.



Your motto: “Pleasure is always derived from something outside you. Joy arises from within.”

Your vibe: Thoughtful, giving, groundedOso Libre 2010 Quixotic

You post: Congratulations on your friends’ accomplishments, your latest yoga pose mastery, updates your latest volunteer gig, the bountiful heirloom tomatoes exploding in your garden

You are: An approachable and lovable fruit-forward Cabernet Sauvignon that makes everyone feel welcome – 2010 Oso Libre Quixotic Cabernet Sauvignon



Ecluse Buy the Wine


You should also try: Écluse Wines 2013 Improv. A vivacious and warm blend of zinfandel, syrah, merlot, and petite syrah, this wine is all freedom for the joy of it. Full of red plum and black cherry fruit, a hint of playful spice beckons you to discover what’s just around the bend.



Your motto: “Those who wander are not lost.”

Your vibe: Expressive, adventurous, engaging

Opolo 2014 Mountain ZinfandelYou post: Your latest small business win, links to music that speaks to you, details on the fun road trip you have planned with your best buds.

You are: A spicy, fun-loving and stimulating Zinfandel that wows the crowds – Opolo Vineyard’s 2014 Mountain Zinfandel



Bodega De Edgar Buy the wine

You should also try: Bodega de Edgar 2013 Toro de Paso Tempranillo blend. A juicy, exciting Tempranillo made with Grenache, Cabernet Sauvignon and merlot has all the fruit you hanker for with a walk on the wild side.



Your motto: “You can’t stop the waves, but you can learn to surf.”

Your vibe: Laid back, groovy, roll with the punches

You post: Sweet surf spots, what you’re currently grillin’ up in the backyard, inspirational quotes that make you Peachy Canyon 2014 York Mountain Chardonnayfeel good

You are: A chill, dependable, go-with-anything Chardonnay that makes every situation more relaxed – Peachy Canyon 2014 York Mountain Chardonnay



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You should also try: Clavo Cellars 2011 Grenache Blanc – Oracle. Crisp, with fresh aromas of honeysuckle, eucalyptus leaves, dried stone fruit and lavender; this Grenache Blanc has the refreshment you seek with a lingering finish.



This blog was written by Hayley Thomas, food and wine writer for SLO New Times and You can reach her at [email protected] or follow her on instagram @flavorslo.

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