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06/22/18

To celebrate tomorrow's Make Music Day we caught up with a few of Paso Wine's musical talents who are passionate about music and wine, and in some cases making wine-inspired music

06/14/18

The winemaker at Brewer-Clifton is elevating a new wine region's profile around the world

06/12/18

For several years now it's been breaking out in a rash of new three- and four-story hotels. You can see many of these big, sprawling, recently built hotels in the vicinity of Paso Robles' freeway exits

06/07/18

Voters on Tuesday passed Proposition 68 - the California Clean Water and Safe Parks Act - a $4.1 billion bond that will provide $1.6 billion for water-related projects.

06/07/18

Richness and diversity of wines produced by California's under-the-radar artisan winemakers showcased; only local event where Angelenos can discover this many cutting-edge, high-end wineries from Paso Robles, Santa Barbara County, Mendocino, Napa, Sonoma, and more, all in one place; over a dozen LA County-based garagiste winemakers featured

06/07/18

Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Ag communications students tackle taboo topic in presentation to local farm leaders

06/05/18

Interactive event takes place on June 12 at Atascadero City Hall

06/01/18

Central Coast city embraces winemaking and wine tasting growth, inside and outside city limits

05/31/18

After one too many pricey bills for specialized repairs, Atascadero winemaker Fintan "Fin" du Fresne decided to open a new business aimed at helping Central Coast wineries with local repairs and maintenance. Du Fresne, winemaker and general manager at Chamisal Vineyards and Malene Wines in San Luis Obispo, launched Winery Mechanical Systems on May 25. The Atascadero-based company is the Central Coast's first provider of comprehensive, winery-specific repair and maintenance solutions, he said.

05/31/18

Once mere fodder for California's cheap jug wines, this Rhône grape might be the state's next big thing

05/30/18

The International Wine Film Festival, now in its third year, announces the addition of multimedia workshops for wine industry professionals, along with the existing lineup of wine and film pairing events. The next events are to be held in California's Santa Maria Valley on Friday, June 29.

05/30/18

Pockets of cooler weather and mindful grape growing help Pinot thrive in certain spots

05/23/18

This week, du Fresne is launching Winery Mechanical Systems, the Central Coast's first provider of comprehensive, winery-specific repair and maintenance solutions. Winery Mechanical Systems is also the first local company to act as a vendor-trained service agent for leading winery equipment manufacturers. Concurrently, du Fresne will remain in his longtime position as Winemaker and General Manager for Chamisal Vineyards and Malene Wines.

05/22/18

Stolo Vineyards is less than three miles from the Pacific Ocean and is a world away from Paso Robles

05/17/18

05/16/18

Hitching Post II, which was popularized by the film "Sideways", will open a new tasting room next door to the now iconic restaurant. Founder Frank Ostini and partner Gray Hartley's expansion hopes to open by July 2018 with a small menu of lunch bites that'll accompany the wine pours

05/10/18

E.& J. Gallo announced the purchase a large vineyard in Santa Barbara County on Wednesday, its second vineyard purchase in that county in less than a week. "This purchase affirms our commitment to compete in the luxury wine segment."

05/07/18

Cal Poly supporters, faculty members and students celebrated a groundbreaking ceremony for the university's new multimillion-dollar Center for Wine and Viticulture on campus Friday evening

05/04/18

Located along Highway 101, the 436-acre property sits 13 miles southeast of the town of Santa Maria. Rancho Real Vineyard was tailored specifically to its topography and soil types, and produces a variety of premium Burgundian and Rhône grape varietals, including Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Syrah, Grenache, Viognier, Pinot Gris, and Gamay, bringing the combined planted acreage to 211.

05/04/18

Anyone who goes wine tasting around Paso Robles knows about Gary Eberle. One of the Central Coast's pioneer winemakers, Eberle has been making excellent wine for more than four decades at his namesake winery. And like a lot of Paso's best winemakers, he has a fascinating life story.

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