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06/24/16

They'll suck our wells dry, and then we'll have to move somewhere else. We weren't planning on doing that. - Neil Heaton, fourth-generation Paso Robles farmer and rancher

06/24/16

As a 33-year-old entrepreneur in Santa Barbara County, I am truly in shock

06/23/16

Citing "undue concentration" of places to buy alcohol in Los Olivos, the county supervisors nixed the possibility for Zinke Wine Company to sell bottled beer and wine out of their proposed gourmet market

06/23/16

Three wine services companies based north of San Francisco locate offices here

06/23/16

Blueprint for development has far-reaching impact

06/21/16

In an e-mail statement on Monday, the winery said its felling of the oaks was in compliance with the law, and that it would be planting 5,000 young oaks on its properties

06/21/16

Paso Robles area residents are outraged by recent clearcutting of oak trees on the property of Justin Vineyards, with aerial photos of a denuded hill spurring 200 people to attend a protest meeting last week

06/21/16

Beckmen Vineyards is partnering with Return to Freedom, American Wild Horse Sanctuary, for a fundraiser from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday

06/20/16

In the bucolic hills of Paso Robles, the parent company of Justin Winery was discovered to have clear-cut hundreds of oak trees and other native brush as part of a reservoir project. The move was publicized in part by Matt Trevisan of the nearby Linne Calodo Winery, who noticed the barren hills while flying over the property and then used Google Earth maps to show how much had been removed.

06/20/16

Daniel Daou, Fintan du Fresne, Simon Graves and Bob Tillman Join Guiding Team

06/20/16

Justin Vineyards' bulldozing of hundreds of oak trees has uncorked some disapproval among San Luis Obispo County restaurateurs and wine fans ... Cafe, Pappy McGregor's Pub and Grill, Thomas Hill Organics and Fish Gaucho removed Justin wines from menus

06/20/16

I am very sad to be writing this letter, because, as I wrote, I am a lifelong red wine drinker and, at age 74, I have only twenty years, probably, of drinking a lovely wine like Justin Isosceles Reserve. But I could not live with myself, if I felt that my membership in the Justin Wine Club was contributing to the destruction of our precious Paso Robles. Please cancel my membership

06/20/16

Officials said Saturday that the fire was 45% contained. Notorious "sundowner" winds did not emerge overnight as they had feared, but were expected to surge again Saturday evening

06/17/16

Winemakers to Pour 120+ Wines at Oakland Scottish Rite Center, July 28, 2016

06/17/16

PasosBestWines.com released today a new web episode of "You Don't Know Paso." It's fifth in a seven-part wine tasting game show hosted by Chris Kern, founder of PasosBestWines.com, an online wine shop for boutique wineries in Paso Robles.

06/16/16

This new space in Paso Robles houses both the new ETS laboratory and Scott Laboratories, a fermentation products and winery equipment retailer

06/16/16

Vintners Feel Success is partly due to the support of treasured friends

06/16/16

it's in line with the stringent H-2A housing regulations set by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL)

06/15/16

Malibu resident and winemaker Jim Palmer's 2014 Limited Production Pinot Noir earned a gold medal and the most points awarded to any wine entered in last week's 2016 Los Angeles International Wine Competition.

06/15/16

-Estate Vineyards LLC, owned by The Wonderful Company, received a second stop-work order for its Justin Winery expansion project in westside Paso Robles where hundreds of oak trees have been removed.

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