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WineFest-120519-2271-300x172Tickets for the 33rd Annual Paso Robles Wine Festival are now on sale at This four day festival in Paso Robles Wine Country is a celebration of the innovation, triumphs, and character of this spectacular region, May 14 - 17, 2015.


The Dusi family helped lay down the foundation of a now burgeoning wine industry in a time when all deals were cemented with a handshake and a reputation. Dante and his family helped establish the area as a premium wine growing region


At a time when radio is desperately trying to create unique experiences for listeners, one radio show is adding touch, taste, smell and feel to the listening experience. Grape Encounters Radio host David Wilson has been filling listener's ears for six years with unique ways they can play with their wine and now he's ready to pour it on. Literally.


Early Bird Pricing a Great Opportunity for Gift Giving


Jon Bonne, wine editor of the San Francisco Chronicle, just named Ryan Pease's 2012 Either Side of The Hill syrah blend as one his top picks" in his recent article "Top 100 Wines: The best of the West Coast 2014." Ryan, along with his wife Nicole are the owners of Paix Sur Terre, a small boutique Paso Roble winery.


Much Angst Over Proposal to Shift Border of Wine-Growing Appellation to the East


The largest property for sale is the Feurstein Ranch at 4697 La Panza Road in Creston listed for $9.5 million. The property includes of 313 acres divided into three parcels. It is planted with 66 acres of mature Cabernet Sauvignon winegrapes with an additional 27 acres planted in the spring of 2014. The vineyards have yielded 6.6- to 8.2 tons per acre. The ranch's location gives it the nighttime cooling of the Templeton Gap and the rolling hills of the landscape provide natural frost protection. Another 74 acres of the ranch is farmed with alfalfa.


The largest property for sale is the Feurstein Ranch at 4697 La Panza Road in Creston listed for $9.5 million. The property includes of 313 acres divided into three parcels


This is the event's fourth year, and it has grown leaps and bounds


After nearly eight years of renting space to produce its wines, Alta Colina Vineyard and Winery has opened a new production facility and tasting room at its 130-acre property in Paso Robles.


After three long years of drought these grapes are finally getting the drink they deserve.


Here's a video expressing the opinion of the Sta. Rita Hills Wine Growers Alliance


Wine Spectator is out with its Top 100 Wines list for 2014, including wines from producers wordwide, and only one California wine cracked the Top 10 this year


Salvatore Rombi is definitely a hands-on person and that's precisely the way he wants it when it comes to making the merlot and cabernet sauvignon that have made his wines so sought-after by those who love fine wine


tThe Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance in conjunction with the Cambria Tourism Board, San Simeon Tourism Board and Wine Coast Country announced a new partnership to bring a Paso Robles wine event to the north coast of San Luis Obispo County.


Rabble Wine Company, the winemaking arm of Central Coast grape grower Rob Murray, is in the process of a major remodel of the former Eagle Castle Winery on 46 West in Paso Robles, the company announced in a press release. The company plans to open its new Tooth & Nail Winery this month. Eagle Castle Winery closed and filed bankruptcy in 2012.


The company's Hahn Winery tier ($14-$18) earned Impact "Hot Prospect" honors for a 2013 performance ...


After more than a decade of dreaming, Tillman family creates eco-friendly home to make and showcase their wines


The Wine Industry Symposium Group has announced a new location for the 2015 Central Coast Insights Wine Event. It is set for March 12, 201


A small fee for tourists would allow county to market itself

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