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12/11/18

From the oldest Cabernet Sauvignon vines in the county, Rotta Winery is releasing the 2016 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon. The wine is a collaboration of Rotta Winery owner Sebastian Budeguer and Rotta Winemaker Christian Tietje.

12/11/18

Moore has kept secret her passion for winemaking and the wine brand she's created for over five years, bringing both into the public eye last year. Just last week, 85 cases of three wines from her Two Wolves Wine brand were made available for public purchase for the first time: a Cabernet Sauvignon, a Cabernet Franc and a Petit Verdot. All three sold out the same day.

12/06/18

Stolo Vineyards and Winery is the highest ranked winery on the Central Coast according to Wine Enthusiast's annual 'The Enthusiast 100,' which showcases the best wines of the year. Over 24,000 wines were reviewed for the coveted 2018 list and Stolo's 2016 Estate Syrah scored high marks with a 96 rating and #12 ranking, the only Central Coast winery in the top 20.

12/06/18

In his role, Quealy will manage all consumer-facing channels including the tasting room, wine club operations, and lead efforts to bolster Thacher's sales and marketing reach. He will also help in developing new customer experiences.

12/05/18

The Santa Lucia Highlands Wine Artisans has elected two new officers to the grower and vintner organization's board of directors. Tony Baldini, president of Hahn Family Wines. former secretary for the organization has been named the president of the board of directors. Kristen McIntyre, McIntyre Vineyards tasting studio and sales manager, joins the board as secretary.

12/04/18

Christian Navarro, the Los Angeles-based president and principal of luxury wine retailers Wally's Wine & Spirits will speak as a keynote at Central Coast Insights and WiVi Central Coast 2019, held March 12-13, 2019 in Paso Robles. Under Navarro's direction, Wally's Wine & Spirits has evolved from a traditional retail space into a true customer experience focused on luxury and prestige clients

12/04/18

An unlicensed legal consultant pretending to be an attorney allegedly scammed immigrant farmworkers on the Central Coast, resulting in two individuals paying a combined total of $12,000 in legal fees, only to have deportation proceedings initiated against them. [Cal Coast Times]

12/03/18

It's not that Paso hasn't tried to promote a signature grape variety. It's just that groups like the Paso Robles Cab Collective, Zinfandel Advocates and Producers, and the Rhone Rangers have never quite succeeded in doing so

12/03/18

Terravant will continue to invest in innovation through customer created programs such as custom winemaking and private labels at its state-of-the-art facility in Buellton ...

11/30/18

Before the storm reached the North County, PG & E Meteorologist John Lindsey predicted the storm would dump 2-4" of rain on the North County. He said this will be the first storm in a winter bringing above average rainfall. Lindsey describes the '18-'19 as a moderate El Nino rainy season, about 110-percent of average.

11/29/18

San Dimas native Eric Jensen is returning to his hometown to lead a wine tasting at a local shop Friday. The event will be at the San Dimas Wine Shop and Tasting Room. Jensen grew up in San Dimas, attended Holy Name of Mary School in San Dimas and Damien High in La Verne.

11/29/18

John Malloway knows wine. He stocks select bottles - along with one of the county's best collections of Port - at his shop, Monte Vista Wines & Spirits on Soledad Street in Monterey. But Malloway doesn't drink wine, or anything alcoholic, for that matter. He has been sober for more than 33 years.

11/29/18

These funds will be used to purchase supplies including science kits, digital drawing tablets and new yearbook cameras, as well as support field trips to local sites such as Hearst Castle and the San Luis Obispo Botanical Garden. In total, Justin School Grants will benefit 3,100 students across 19 schools.

11/28/18

Ticket sales for the 2019 editions of WiVi Central Coast and Central Coast Insights produced by Wine Business Monthly begin Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018. Don't miss your chance to join thousands of winery, vineyard, direct-to-consumer and finance peers at these two events, held March 12-13, 2019 in Paso Robles, Calif.

11/20/18

Typically known for its Pinot and Chardonnay, the Central Coast region now offers surprising variety.

11/19/18

Ivy League university Harvard is facing opposition from locals to its plans to store groundwater for an irrigation system to be used on some of its vineyards in California, which it began purchasing in 2012 for a total of US$100 million.

11/16/18

Four years ago, Harvard University bought an old cattle ranch in the foothills of the Sierra Madre Mountains. On an arid expanse north of Santa Barbara, California, the school's endowment set out to make money from a notoriously tricky business: vineyards. Thirsty wine grapes need water, a lot of it.

11/15/18

Solterra Strategies, a boutique public relations firm representing wineries in California's Central Coast, is pleased to share this update from several of its Paso winery clients now that Harvest 2018 has officially come to a close.

11/15/18

SIP Malibu Grapes and Kristy's Roadhouse Malibu burned down Friday

11/14/18

Vintners in the burgeoning wine region report destroyed homes and wineries and scorched vines

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