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10/16/18

kukkula is pleased to announce its 2015 Aatto was named one of the world's Top 100 Wines in 2018 by Wine & Spirits Magazine. The accolade appears in the current (Winter) issue.

10/16/18

An easy, mild and uneventful growing season rolled into harvest in the same manner, with mild temperatures, overnight fog and afternoon winds, providing the extra hang-time desired for optimum phenolics and naturally balanced acids the region typically enjoys.

10/12/18

Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance Executive Director Jennifer Porter has announced her plans to leave the Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance at the end of 2018 to pursue new opportunities closer to family on the East Coast. The search for a new Executive Director is actively underway. Porter will be assisting the Alliance with the search and the transition.

10/12/18

But step inside the small, comfy winery and you may not want to step away

10/11/18

Workers harvest pinot noir grapes at Talley Vineyards in Arroyo Grande, California, on a recent October morning as the Autumn grape harvest kicks into full swing

10/09/18

The Cambria 'Stewards of the Land' grant program identifies and empowers female leaders who are making meaningful contributions to environmental and community-based causes. In partnership with LDF, Cambria Estate Winery's co-proprietors Julia Jackson and Katie Jackson selected two recipients who will each receive a $25,000 grant to further their mission as Stewards of the Land

10/05/18

"The concept is really to mentor and help the next generation of women in the wine and spirits business, in its entirety." Friday, Participants include Amanda Wittstrom-Higgins of Ancient Peaks, Jordan Fiorentini of Epoch Winery, Maeve Pesquera of Daou Vineyards and Winery, Cynthia Lohr of J. Lohr, Amy Butler of Ranchero Cellars, Maggie Tillman of Alta Colina Winery, and Adrienne Ferrara of Clesi Wines. Oct. 19, fundraiser kicks off at 5 p.m in Santa Margarita CA...

10/04/18

Looking over lush grapevines from a shady winery patio, SLO Wine Country Association executive director Heather Muran described a recent visit from an internationally regarded wine critic

10/04/18

Underpinning the growth in wineries is the still sane price of viticultural land (less than a fifth the price in Napa) and the (relative) affordability of accommodation. It makes the 'start my own winery' dream still viable for young people, although everyone complains about the high costs.

10/04/18

With just 30 wineries, it's relatively tiny compared to the much larger - and more visible from the highway - wine regions to the north and south of San Luis Obispo.

10/02/18

The LaZarre Wines tasting room will be in the front area of Thomas Hill Organics, a farm-to-table restaurant located at 1313 Park St. in downtown Paso Robles. The grand opening takes place Oct. 13

10/01/18

Dorothy J. Gaiter & John Brecher: Today we have at the Grape Collective, the formidable Richard Sanford, who is a pioneer. He was the first person to plant Pinot Noir in what is now the Sta. Rita Hills appellation in Santa Barbara. He basically put that grape on the map with his partner at the time, Michael Benedict. And you became the first winemaker from Santa Barbara to be inducted into the Vintners Hall of Fame

09/26/18

"The best producers are maintaining their level of quality, while new winemakers, often with experience gained while working at established wineries, are steadily emerging with attention-grabbing wines. Meanwhile, some of the region's habitual underperformers are stepping up their games as well. There has never been a better time to be drinking Paso Robles wine."

09/26/18

The new JUSTIN Downtown Tasting Room is located at 811 12th Street (next to the historic Acorn Building) and is open to the public Sunday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., as well as for private events by reservation only.

09/25/18

Scholarships are awarded based on academic excellence, community service and financial need. This year, the Vineyard Team was able to increase its giving from $10,000 annually to $20,000 thanks to generous donations from local wineries. This is the fourth year the program has been offered and all of the students awarded scholarships are graduating from high school or are currently attending college

09/19/18

Since successfully developing existing and new avenues of what the winery had to offer, the Morellis are now looking forward to retirement. With that, their mission has shifted to finding the right successor to carry on with reaping the benefits from the lucrative winery lifestyle

09/18/18

-Building upon the success of its inaugural experience last January, "Wine Speak Paso Robles" is set to return once again with an all-star cast of master sommeliers, winemakers and hospitality professionals on Jan. 7-10, 2019.

09/18/18

Peck was named winemaker for the full portfolio of J. Lohr red wines in 2007. In the decade since, Peck has made some of the most highly rated wines in J. Lohr's four and a half decades, and earned a reputation as one of the Central Coast's most respected winemakers

09/14/18

David Hunt is the founder of his namesake winery and vineyard, Hunt Cellars in Paso Robles, California. Hunt also suffers from a hereditary disease that left him blind. He tells Fox Business why being blind is simply 'an inconvenience' and how he runs a successful winery in spite of it.

09/14/18

The Family-owned Thornhill Companies announces the addition of Lauren Barrett as new Blending Winemaker.

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