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02/18/19

What made you move from restaurants to winemaking? "I was thinking, I'm not going to be working the floor all my life ..."

02/18/19

Long time pioneer of the Paso Robles Wine Appellation, Gary Eberle will celebrate his 40 years at Eberle Winery with a year-long tribute to his longevity and success in the world's wine industry

02/18/19

The appellation blends are excellent, especially for their low price, while the single-vineyard expressions from estate parcels such as Oliver's, Rosemary's and Rincon are age-worthy and coveted by collectors

02/18/19

Though you will still see a lot of Rhone varietals being grown in the Templeton Gap, there are fewer people growing varietals such as Mourvedre or Grenache that tend to like the long warm ripening days and are so popular elsewhere in the region.

02/15/19

The 2016 Stolo Estate Pinot Noir at $42.00 (380 cases made) is an elegant revelation. The 50% stem inclusion in this wine seems to elevate the already bright aromatics of high-toned cherries, violets and a distant suggestion of salinity

02/15/19

Now in its seventh year, the WiVi Central Coast wine industry conference and tradeshow has become the largest wine industry event in Central and Southern California. The show will be held March 13, 2019 at the Paso Robles Event Center. Early registration discounts for the session program and tradeshow end today. By registering early, guests can save on the biggest event of the year and gain admission to Bottle Bash: Central Coast, the local edition of Wine Business Monthly's infamous party that kicks off the Unified Wine & Grape Symposium.

02/14/19

WiVi Central Coast, the premier wine and viticulture symposium and trade show taking place on March 13 announces its DTC sessions for the one-day event. Three sessions will touch on a variety of topics from e-commerce sales to recruiting talent to understanding how winery experiences are working to drive DTC sales.

02/13/19

Long time pioneer of the Paso Robles Wine Appellation, Gary Eberle will celebrate his 40 years at Eberle Winery with a year-long tribute to his longevity and success in the world's wine industry. Labeled "Legacy," this year will be a conglomeration of awards, seminars, wine tastings and dinners to celebrate Gary's 46 year vision and tireless work to support the local wine industry in Paso Robles.

02/13/19

WiVi Central Coast, the premier wine and viticulture symposium and trade show taking place on March 13 features the wine consumer in its opening session. Looking at how consumers experience wine from a variety of viewpoints, a retailer, restaurant and wine writer will discuss the ever-changing consumer and how creating a memorable experience is a catalyst to sales.

02/11/19

Join Wine Business Monthly for the Central Coast edition of its infamous Bottle Bash; a night of networking, collaboration and celebration. For the first time, Wine Business Monthly is bringing Bottle Bash, the party that kicks off each year's Unified Wine & Grape Symposium, to Paso Robles as part of the Central Coast Insights and WiVi Central Coast events.

02/07/19

Act now and register to attend Central Coast Insights on March 12 and WiVi Central Coast, the premier wine and viticulture symposium and trade show, on March 13. Sign up by February 15 for the best savings and unlock two-days of industry conferences.

02/07/19

Steinhauer comes to SLO Wine from Napa Valley, where she ran 6539 Consulting. In that capacity, she was the consulting executive director of the Napa Valley Cannabis Association. She previously conducted community relations for the Napa Open Space District and was the interim executive director for the Napa Valley Coalition of Nonprofit Agencies.

02/06/19

Baker Wine & Grape Analysis (BWGA) announced that it was offering three new sensory evaluation of wine services: trouble shooting, sensory evaluation, and wine stylizing. Sensory analysis is conducted by sensory specialist, Sherrie Holzer.

02/05/19

More rain is in the forecast this week. Weather Underground is forecasting a 69-percent chance of rain on Monday and a 37-percent chance of rain on Tuesday.

02/05/19

Even the most astute wine-country observers can't keep track of every new brand to hit the market in Santa Barbara County each year. That's where the Garagiste Festival: Southern Exposure comes in to shed light on the latest labels and small-batch winemakers.

02/05/19

The Dueling Pistols brand consists of two red blends: one is sourced from Paso Robles and is 50% Cabernet Sauvignon and 50% Petit Sirah; and the other is from Dry Creek Valley and is 50% Zinfandel and 50% Syrah. The brand's name and labels-which portray two 19th Century duelists-are inspired by the interplay of the evenly split varietal blends.

02/04/19

A Malibu winery and multiple homeowners in that city are suing Southern California Edison Co., blaming the utility for their property losses from the Woolsey fire. The Los Angeles Superior Court lawsuit, filed Tuesday, seeks unspecified damages on allegations of negligence, inverse condemnation, nuisance, premises liability and violations of the Public Utilities and Health & Safety codes. The lead plaintiff is winery Cielo Farms LLC

02/04/19

Paso Robles producer, Hope Family Wines, has appointed Stasi Seay to Director of Vineyards where she will lead the company's grower relations, control the company's grape acquisitions and maintain quality for the entire Hope Family Wines portfolio.

02/01/19

Beware the path of Kevin Jussila. One minute he was a hobby winemaker, the next he was embarking on Kukkula, a full-blown vineyard and winery deep in the western foothills of Paso Robles. While working as a financial advisor, Jussila - whose father's Finnish heritage is reflected in his winery name and branding - started planting grapevines in his Topanga Canyon backyard near Los Angeles.

02/01/19

Plains All American Pipeline has applied for permits to rebuild a 124-mile pipeline across the Central Coast of California, a project that would enable ExxonMobil to reopen offshore production that stopped after Plains' existing pipe caused an oil spill near Santa Barbara in 2015

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