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06/12/15

New marketing tool to try to bring more tourists and their dollars to the area. Faced with a room nearly full of supporters, the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Wednesday to approve the formation of a county Tourism Marketing District that will collect an estimated $2.8 million a year from lodging businesses to promote the region

06/12/15

Taste grenache blanc from 18 Paso Robles Rhone Ranger wineries paired with small bites and artisan cheese. There will be an educational table and live music with Loren Radis.

06/12/15

Rundown of recent Santa Barbara County bottlings of the Bordeaux grape and Loire star.

06/11/15

Sunset Magazine Recognizes Winery In Their First-Ever Travel Awards

06/11/15

Former Wine Director at EOS in San Francisco, Hector Osuna, has been promoted from Brand Ambassador at Fess Parker Winery to Director of Hospitality at Fess Parker Winery & Vineyard.

06/11/15

The 2015 season has started out as another exciting one for viticulture consultant Prudy Foxx, a PCA who works with growers in the Santa Cruz Mountains AVA.

06/11/15

With vines healthy and green and still in the rapid shoot growth phase, development of Tablas Creek Vineyard's 2015 wine grape crop is exceeding Levi Glenn's expectations.

06/05/15

At Tuesday's Paso Robles City Council meeting, the council unanimously approved a new residential and commercial project proposed by the owners of San Antonio Winery on the corner of Highway 46 east and Buena Vista Road.

06/05/15

At Tuesday's Paso Robles City Council meeting, the council unanimously approved a new residential and commercial project proposed by the owners of San Antonio Winery on the corner of Highway 46 east and Buena Vista Road.

06/04/15

Gary and Marcy Eberle say Gary took a majority ownership interest in his namesake winery yesterday morning. "It hit me hard when I faced the fact that I lacked majority control over this place," says Eberle. "Now the future is up to me and my wife Marcy to continue to develop the property and its wine to their utmost potential."

06/04/15

On a warm, sunny afternoon in late April, University of California Cooperative Extension Viticulture-Soils Farm Advisor Mark Battany guided the GMC pick-up truck across hilly, drought-parched pasture near Paso Robles on the Central Coast. The truck moved slowly - dodging a gopher hole - to reach a new state-of-the-art weather station which extended 35-feet skyward on land owned by the J. Lohr Winery.

06/02/15

June seminar will focus on grape virus diseases and powdery mildew management

06/02/15

Nine Paso Robles wines from five different wineries were recently featured in the WineSpectator.Com online tasting review by Augustus Weed, "9 Powerful Reds from Paso Robles."

06/02/15

Santa Ynez Valley's sauvignon blanc stalwart Fred Brander plants for future on strengths of the past.

06/02/15

Over the past few years, a fungal disease that affects mostly young grape vines up to eight years old has been taking a costly toll in some of California's coastal areas. Diseased plants must be removed, requiring significant replanting expenses.

06/02/15

As the month of May drew to a close, the last of the vines in Brook Williams' Duvarita Vineyard near Lompoc, Calif, had just finished blooming and the berries were continuing to swell. Most were at the BB stage but, on some clusters, they were nearing the size of peas.

06/02/15

Comments Allowed on New Santa Barbara County Rules Until July 13; Hearing on June 25

06/02/15

"As far as producing a crop, conditions in the vineyard have been very nice. A consistent growing season from here on out would be great."

05/26/15

Stefani Chaney of Scheid Vineyards Receives Inaugural "Josh Lee Award" for Service to SLH Association

05/22/15

The 12th Annual Paso Pinot & Paella Festival is nearly sold out with a few tickets remaining, organizers say. The event will be held on Sunday June 7, in the Templeton Community Park. Paso Robles pinot noir producers are offering an afternoon of great wine, exceptional food and unmatched fun to support youth arts in San Luis Obispo County. Joining 20 pinot noir producers are Central Coast chefs, with live Spanish-beat music by returning band, Incendio.

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