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PRWS doesn't have a cross-flow, and most of Glossner's lots are so small, he says, that it doesn't make economic sense to rent one.
At PRWS, most are small production brands made by people working within the industry who are trying to establish a label and become part of Paso Robles' winery boom.
Kleck says PRWS only accepts winemakers or growers who bring in a minimum of 2 tons.
Kleck was originally hired only for PRWS, but when the Millers found themselves without a lead winemaker at CCWS, he was asked to take the helm there as well.
About 15% of the winemakers at PRWS are fully hands-on, requiring no assistance from the winemaking team.