The legend of Chronic Cellars began in Paso Robles about 2004 when original founders Josh and Jake Beckett combined their winemaking skills with their wit and humor to turn an idea into reality using two tons of the best – ‘Chronic’ – to make killer wine. Over 15 years later, with an arsenal of awards and pioneering attitude still intact, Chronic Cellars continues to disrupt the wine industry with its exceptional wines made with character and bold, colorful labels that live up to their clever names.

Pink Pedals
2019 Rose Wine

Pedaling along with rose petals in her hair, Rose doesn’t sweat the small stuff. She just enjoys the ride. Lace up for fresh watermelon and rose petal aromas that float on the breeze. Then coast towards lively flavors of wild strawberries, peaches and a dollop of bright citrus and cranberry. This is a rose that stays true to style and lets you ride along nicely. Pair this lovely wine with Baja fish tacos, fresh oysters or chicken quesadillas.

Sir Real
2018 Cabernet Sauvignon

Noble to the core, Sir Real does it all for the love of grapes and the winemaking legacy his family passed down to him. It’s the quest of always keeping it real, sir. The most gallant Cabernet Sauvignon of all the land, Sir Real delivers striking layers of black fruit with a sliver of toasted spice. Unflinching notes of ripe plum and bright cassis lead the way to a rich backbone of harmonious tannin. This wine pairs well with braised short ribs, beef brisket or rack of lamb.

Cynthia Calvert
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A trained journalist with a masters degree from Lamar University, a masters from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, as well as extensive coursework toward a masters of science in psychology from the University of New Orleans, Calvert founded the Tribune Newspapers in 2007. Her experiences as an investigative, award winning reporter (She won Journalist of the Year from the Houston Press Club among many other awards for reporting and writing), professor and chair of the journalism department for Lone Star College-Kingwood and vice president of editorial for a large group of community weeklies provides her with a triple dose of bankable skills that cover every aspect of the journalism field. Solid reporting. Careful interviews. Respect and curiosity for people and places.

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