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12/11/19

Wine Business Monthly invites you to WiVi Central Coast-the largest gathering of wineries, growers and vendors from California's Central Coast-held March 25, 2020 at the Paso Robles Events Center.

12/11/19

National award from Fest Forums recognizes Garagiste Festival's innovation; 2020 line-up in Sonoma, Solvang, Los Angeles and Paso Robles announced

12/10/19

Known as "straw wine," the ancient French winemaking practice involves picking grape clusters and placing them gently on a massive bed of fresh straw where they dry and concentrate for weeks before being pressed.

12/10/19

Winemakers only have until December 13, 2019 to send in trial descriptions for a chance to present their work at the premier industry event focused on raising wine quality standards through applied research and technology.

12/09/19

Cal Poly is collaborating with the Wine History Project of San Luis Obispo County and Saucelito Canyon Vineyard to design a mobile structure that showcases historic wine tools and equipment.

12/06/19

Reflecting on 30 years, Jason Haas commented that "it's hard to believe it's been 30 years. Thirty years marks the end of the beginning. We are through the formative stage." It is exciting to think about the future of Tablas Creek, the pioneers of the California Rhone wine movement.

12/05/19

Denner was the highest ranked Paso Robles winery on this year's Top 100.

12/04/19

Wines of the West is open daily from 11am - 6pm and is located at 3750 Highway 46, Paso Robles, CA 93446. Visit pasowinesofthewest.com for more information.

12/04/19

Wine Business Monthly invites you to the largest gathering of wineries, growers and vendors from California's Central Coast-held March 25, 2020 at the Paso Robles Events Center.

12/03/19

In Paso Robles, an adventurous spirit is inspiring a community of sustainable-minded winemakers, distillers, and brewers.

11/26/19

Wine Speak 2020 spans three days in the Paso Robles wine country, kicking off with a regional open house, followed by two days of winemaker-sommelier panels.

11/26/19

The blaze started around 4 p.m. off Highway 154, along East Camino Cielo near Painted Cave in the Los Padres National Forest. So far, the blaze, dubbed the Cave Fire, has burned 3,300 acres. Containment is at 0%. Mandatory evacuations have been issued, with boundaries expanded from Ontare Road to Fairview Avenue north of Cathedral Oaks, according to Santa Barbara city officials.

11/25/19

On November 9 at the Santa Ynez Valley Marriott, People Helping People (PHP) held its 12th annual Vino de Sueños ("Wine of Dreams"), which it estimates netted more than $50,000 for its programs serving area farmworkers.

11/25/19

Working under Director of Winemaking, Clay Brock, Ward brings over 20 years of experience to her new role with Miller Family Wine Company.

11/22/19

Angela has worked in multiple wineries including managing a tasting room and wine club.

11/21/19

This marks the first Paso Robles wine to ever make the top 10, further solidifying this wine as the standard for Paso Robles luxury Cabernet.

11/20/19

From beachfront tasting rooms to storybook backroads, here is what's shaking in SLO Coast Wine this season

11/20/19

Proceeds from the auction will fund Dream Big Darling's 2020 professional events and second annual Dream Big Darling Leadership Retreat next fall.

11/20/19

A native of France, Faury brings extensive experience and knowledge to his new role with Crown Point.

11/20/19

Participate in a winemaker panel discussion during WiVi on March 25, 2020 exploring innovative wine styles, varieties and trends along California's Central Coast.

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