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07/02/15

A Modern White and A Modern Red will further Qupé's leadership in American-grown Rhône varietals, and introduce value selections targeted to younger audiences. Debuting in market this July, 2,500 cases of 2014 A Modern White and 7,000 cases of 2013 A Modern Red will be nationally distributed. The SRP for both blends will be $16.99.

06/29/15

All Six Public Speakers Are Pro-Winery at Environmental Hearing in Los Olivos

06/29/15

The Still Waters Vineyard in Paso Robles is cutting its water use by 30 to 40 percent due to the drought, but it is not all bad news for the wine business.

06/25/15

Wine is-so many things to everyone who loves it!

06/25/15

Old Creek Ranch and its on-site winery near Oak View will close to the public at 5 p.m. Sunday in preparation for a change of ownership.

06/25/15

A three-year old plan revising regulations for wineries throughout Santa Barbara County is gaining opposition from vintners who describe the ordinance as a restrictive measure that could discourage growth

06/25/15

Baseball buddies start Santa Barbara liquor delivery service.

06/25/15

strives to make a delivery within 30 minutes of an order

06/24/15

Justin Vineyards and Winery is seeking local amateur models for head shots and profile shots for upcoming print and digital media campaigns

06/24/15

Event will celebrate new 19,000 square-foot tasting room and production center

06/24/15

Those who can afford to - including a number of large wineries and growers - have drilled ever-deeper wells, igniting tensions and leading some to question whether Paso Robles' burgeoning wine industry is sustainable.

06/23/15

After the Bear Valley Center began buckling, property owners filed a lawsuit blaming the city ...

06/19/15

Chateau Julien recently sold its vineyard, winery, bottling plant, farmhouse, estate residence, land and equipment to Folktale LLC for $12 million, but not the brand itself. The project took more than a year to come to fruition, according to Greg Ahn, majority owner of Folktale, and Mahoney & Associates, who brokered the deal.

06/19/15

The new rules will hamper the ability for Santa Barbara wine country to expand and evolve, they say, thereby making it even tougher to compete in an already cutthroat global market. Meanwhile, some wine country neighbors remain unsure whether the proposed rules will do enough to make sure traffic, drunk driving, and loud parties don't become a regular part of their world.

06/19/15

The Paso Pinot Producers announced that the 12th Annual Paso Pinot & Paella Festival proceeds will be awarded to the Paso Robles Youth Arts Foundation on Friday at 7 p.m. at the foundation's Summer Review, held at 3201 Spring Street in Paso Robles. The foundation will be awarded $40,000 from the 2015 event proceeds.

06/18/15

Of the 44 people enshrined in the Vintners Hall of Fame (housed in the Culinary Institute of America in Napa), only one has made his career in Santa Barbara.

06/17/15

A multiphase resort project with restaurants, a winery and a viticulture learning center is in the preliminary planning stages for a parcel off Highway 46 East in Paso Robles. The project is proposed by local businessmen Will and Ken Mundee of Wine Country RV Resort, located west of the site near The Ravine Water Park.

06/17/15

Entering its 12th season, the California Wine Festival promotes and celebrates fine wines, delicious local food and the vibrant California culture.

06/17/15

Star-studded global wine event attracts the crème de la crème of the industry to Pismo Beach and Avila Beach

06/17/15

Adelaida Cellars adds to its team with the announcement of Brianne Engles, new assistant winemaker, and announces that Glenn Mitton, winery and vineyard ambassador, became a certified sommelier through the Court of Master Sommeliers.

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