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01/19/16

Écluse Wines Consistently Peak Judges Interest in Largest Gathering of American Wines

01/19/16

Funds raised through 'December Must! Month' campaign -Tablas Creek Vineyard's General Manager and Partner Jason Haas presented a $7,206 donation to Must! Charities last week.

01/19/16

The public is invited to join the Independent Grape Growers of the Paso Robles Area at its January Seminar: Pruning Demonstrations and 2016 Crop Insurance Update. The event will be held from 12 - 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016 at Four Sisters Vineyard and Winery, 2995 Pleasant Valley Road, in San Miguel. Lunch will be sponsored by Wilson Orchard Supply.

01/18/16

WiVi will debut the all-new Vineyard Automation Center in 2016, a showcase and demonstration area of vineyard-related products and services that provide automation, mechanization or new technology to help growers enhance vineyard quality.

01/18/16

Yount says his passion for white wine stemmed in part from his father's preference for reds. He wanted to find interesting whites. When presented with an opportunity to make his own wine, it was an easy decision to focus on white wines.

01/18/16

Whether or not to establish the Paso Robles Groundwater Basin is set to be determined by a vote of landowners on March 8

01/18/16

Today, the cabernet sauvignon produced in the region is among America's best, particularly for fans of classically structured, savory wines, and is certainly among the best cabernet values. Yet only small amounts are produced, and that amount is unlikely to grow anytime soon

01/14/16

March 18 - 20, 2016 Weekend Events Kick Off with Zinposium Seminar

01/12/16

Register early to secure your spot for educational seminars with a regional focus on viticulture, winemaking and DTC/winery marketing addressed by today's top industry leaders as well as admission to a tradeshow showcasing more than 130 exhibitors, professional tastings and more.

01/12/16

He most recently worked for Banfi Vintners where he served as Region Manager of the South Central Region since 2003. Prior to Banfi, Henry was with The Wine Group and Glazer's Companies of Louisiana. Mr. Politz holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Louisiana State University and is a board member of the Dallas Repertoire Ballet.

01/12/16

Marcy Mallette joins the Laffort team for 2016. After achieving her Degree in Chemistry and Medical Technology, Marcy managed an immunology research lab at UC Davis School of Medicine.

01/11/16

Booth space at the 2016 WiVi Central Coast tradeshow is now sold out. Held at the Paso Robles Event Center, March 15-16, 2016, the two-day conference includes educational seminars with a regional focus on viticulture, winemaking and DTC/winery marketing addressed by today's top industry leaders. Sponsorship opportunities for the event are still available.

01/08/16

Wine Industry Releases Economic Impact Report as Ordinance Update Looms

01/07/16

Richard Smith, community leader, entrepreneur, and visionary promoter of the Monterey County wine region, passed away peacefully on December 27 after a short battle with pancreatic cancer. He was on his home vineyard, surrounded by his beloved family.

01/07/16

Santa Barbara County's Zaca Mesa Winery & Vineyards today announced the promotion of Eric Mohseni from winemaker to director of winemaking and vineyard operations.

01/07/16

Santa Barbara County's Zaca Mesa Winery & Vineyards today announced the promotion of Kristin Bryden from associate winemaker to winemaker. Bryden joined Zaca Mesa in 2011 as assistant winemaker.

01/06/16

Fourth annual forum and celebration of the region's signature wine will be the biggest and most comprehensive yet

01/06/16

Attendee registration for WIVI 2016, the largest forum where the Central Coast wine industry can look, learn and connect, opens next week

01/05/16

It is either "Feast or Famine" in California's Central Coast wine country. In July Paso Robles was hit with a heavy thunderstorm dropping two to three inches by noon. AgroThermal Systems' Jason Domingos, certified Thermaculture applicator, discusses his positive experience using the heat application after this unseasonal heavy rain fall. Improved fruit set, greater harvest yields, sustainable pest control and improved wine quality are a few of the many benefits shown in three years of trials treating the crop with heat.

01/05/16

A year ago, Jason Yeager, Niner Winery winemaker, Nate Miller, branch manager at Helena Chemical, and Randy Heinzen, COO of Vineyard Production Services in Paso Robles, started the Paso Robles Vineyard Technical Group.

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