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We loved the personal experience at Linne Calodo as well as the wonderful wines we sampled. It is an elegant tasting room in an easy-to-find location. Meghan Ball is an outstanding assistant winemaker who went the extra mile to make our visit exceptional. Highly recommend!
This was a first stop in Paso and it is beautiful! Mark was very helpful with the tasting as well as great recommendations for the area. They have some very interesting blends that taste great and well as some excellent single varietal wines. This is...More
This is one of the most interesting and accomplished wineries in all of Paso. The staff provides a first-class tasting experience -- hugely informative but approachable. They're doing great things here.
Everything overpriced. $20 tasting fee much too high for the experience. $80 for bottles of wine that didn't seem that exceptional. Asked if there were any crackers and told there weren't any. After the third taste the server brought out some almonds. Weren't offered any...More
We decided to visit LC late in the game since it was close to Turley. The tasting room is nice, modern and the tasting process was excellent. I found the wine exceptional and priced appropriately. As we left we ran into the owner who gave...More
Linne Calodo make high-end blend red wines. Their wines are among my favorites and I'm always impressed with Matt's creativity. This year there were two new wines that my wife and I enjoyed. The first is unique to their normal line-up, a non-blended 100% Cab....More
Small, but very nice tasting room at Linne Calodo, tastings by appointment only. Rhone-based wines were excellent, especially the 2014 vintage. Mine was a very personalized experience, no crowds, no rowdiness, just for serious wine lovers. Well worth a stop for those who don't mind...More
No doubt LC has great wines. I think they used to be better. They seem constrained nowadays. We had four wines on tasting and i must admit i think the three reds were very similar. Yeah. You could distinguish. But why not show the diversity?...More