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02/23/18

He will be perhaps most remembered for cofounding the Central Coast Wine Classic but McLaren also cofounded the World of Pinot Noir event, a gathering of Pinot Noir producers from around the world for two days of seminars, grand tastings, and gourmet meals. McLaren also helped launch charity wine auctions in Washington, D.C., Honolulu, Santa Monica, Los Angeles, Mendocino, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Santa Ynez and Santa Barbara

02/23/18

Central space in the heart of town is destined to be home for wineries, breweries and distilleries

02/22/18

Chilly temperatures are in the forecast for Paso Robles, according to Weather Underground. Daytime temperatures are expected to range from the mid-to-upper 50s and lower 60s, and nighttime lows are expected to dip as low as 26-degrees. There is currently a 34-percent chance of rain happening in Paso Robles on Thursday.

02/22/18

The Central Coast has lost a wine legend. Archie McLaren died in his Avila Beach home Tuesday evening. He was 75. McLaren was the founder of the 32-year-old Central Coast Wine Classic,

02/22/18

McLaren was the founder of the 32-year-old Central Coast Wine Classic and a philanthropist who helped raise millions for local charities. Several media outlets confirmed McLaren's death on Wednesday. Local public radio station KCBX, where McLaren once hosted a weekly show called "The Wine Drinker's Guide to Indulgence," recorded a short interview with news director Greta Mart and general manager and president Frank Lanzone remembering their former colleague

02/21/18

TH Estates Wines, located in the Willow Creek AVA of Paso Robles, California, welcomes Phillip LaMontagne as the new assistant winemaker. LaMontagne first joined TH Estate as a harvest intern in 2015, after which he stayed on to help in the cellar.

02/21/18

Today is the last day to save on admittance to the largest wine industry event south of San Francisco--up to $50 on session passes and $10 on tradeshow tickets.

02/20/18

This week we're shifting gears away from consumer data and looking squarely at data that's internal to the winery itself.

02/20/18

Central Coast Insights has announced the program for its 24th annual event, set for Tuesday, March 20, 2018 in Paso Robles, California at the Allegretto Vineyard Resort. The results of the 2018 Central Coast Insights Survey will be presented at the full-day event, along with a program filled with wine experts and influencers active in shaping the future of the wine business on the Central Coast.

02/20/18

the Garagiste Festival celebrates small-batch winemakers-"microwineries," who, like those garagistes back in France, take a more adventurous, anti-commercial approach to making their wine

02/15/18

Set among the craft cider, beer and spirits makers in the hip, new-ish Tin City complex in Paso Robles is Desperada, a winery and tasting room that is unique in a few ways, not the least of which is that all the employees are women

02/15/18

The San Francisco Bay Regional Quality Water Board has approved a partnership between SIP Certified, LandSmart and Fish Friendly Farming to help vineyard owners along the Napa River and Sonoma Creek watersheds comply with the new water quality control regulations adopted in July 2017. This partnership announcement allows a variety of third-party programs to assist growers in complying with the new permit.

02/15/18

The Central Coast saw a 6 percent increase in winegrape production from 2016 to 2017, according to the 2017 Preliminary Grape Crush Report, which was released by the California Department of Food and Agriculture on Feb. 9.

02/14/18

Save on passes to two key networking events on the Central Coast

02/14/18

Avocados, Flowers, Cherimoyas, and Row Crops Hit Hardest

02/14/18

Sampler's winemaking blends the antiestablishment ethos of punk rock with old-school techniques from classic regions such as Barolo

02/09/18

02/08/18

Join 175 suppliers and more than 1,000 industry peers at the annual event, held March 21, 2018 at the Paso Robles Event Center

02/07/18

Director of Winemaking and longtime winemaking veteran, Michael Blaylock, retired from Quady Winery (Madera, CA) in December of 2017 after a remarkable and noteworthy 33-year career. With more than a decade of experience making wine at Quady, Darin Peterson has been promoted to lead winemaker. Darin leads Quady Winery into its 43rd year of operation as the producer is poised for continued growth.

02/06/18

Today, almost six months after the Whittier Fire erupted in the Santa Ynez Mountain Range and took the name of nearby Camp Whittier, Los Padres National Forest officials announced that an investigation into the cause of the wildfire has been completed. Investigators determined that a passenger vehicle driving through tall grass on a hillside above Camp Whittier ignited the fire on July 8, a particularly hot and windy summer day. Forest officials declined to release additional details about the driver, citing his or her age, but noted that no criminal charges have been filed.

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