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02/05/18

This Sunday, 15% of wine sales go toward the Frace Sisters Memorial Fund, set up by the girl's parents to provide athletic scholarships and a shoe donation program for underprivileged athletes

02/02/18

Hospice du Rhône's bi-annual conference creates the largest gathering of Rhône wines on the planet

02/02/18

The Gala celebration is a strolling wine tasting through the barrel cellar of Mer Soleil, a venue not normally open to the public.

02/02/18

Sourced from prized vineyards in the San Lucas AVA at the southern end of Monterey County, these unique grapes reach optimal ripeness as the San Lucas AVA is believed to have the largest diurnal temperature shift of any California winegrowing region.

02/01/18

Tony is Chairman of the AVF Board of Directors and Chief Planning Officer at Scheid Family Wines in Monterey, California. He has more than 35 years of experience in grape growing, wine production, winery design and construction, and IT systems development, and is a graduate of the Viticulture and Enology program at the University of California at Davis.

01/30/18

Foot treading and extended skin contact for whites are favorite methods

01/26/18

Revenues for the nine months ended November 30, 2017 decreased to $33.4 million, from $39.8 million for the same period in 2016. Revenues for 2017 were offset by cost of sales of $24.0 million; general and administrative expenses of $6.3 million; selling expenses of $4.9 million; and interest expense of $2.3 million.

01/24/18

Pioneering winemakers and sommeliers discuss effects of climate, soils and whole-cluster fermentation

01/22/18

The Paso Robles City Council approved changes to downtown zoning at the Jan 16 meeting. The rezoning of an area northeast of the city park allows for distilleries, breweries and winemaking, which were previously barred under the original Town Center-1 (TC-1) zoning. The council also approved zoning changes to allow wine tasting at the future Paso Market Place.

01/18/18

The author of 'Wine. All the Time.' talks trebbiano, #MeToo, and air-puffed violets.

01/18/18

In 2015, the Carmel City Council adopted a wine tasting room policy - not a binding ordinance - to try to control the number and location of rooms in the city, specifically calling for no more new rooms south of Ocean. Despite that policy and city planners recommending denial, on Dec. 31 the Carmel Planning Commission greenlighted a new Holman Ranch wine tasting room on the southwest corner of Seventh Avenue and San Carlos Street - one block south of Ocean. Planning Commissioner Michael LePage called the policy "a guideline," and commissioner Julie Wendt noted it would be "tucked away" in Hampton Court.

01/17/18

David Parrish's story starts with his grandfather, Earl Henderson, and continues to this day with a winery and trellising company on the Central Coast. A self-professed explorer, Parrish is no stranger to the vineyard-from a young age he began working with his grandfather, who had a golf course and 740-acre vineyard in Atascadero. Today he is widely heralded for pioneering 24 new trellising systems.

01/17/18

-At a regular meeting of the Estrella-El Pomar-Creston Water District, Directors voted 5 to 0 to publicly reaffirm the district's position on export of water. District board members acknowledged they were aware of the potential of an initiative process to ban export of water from groundwater basins in San Luis Obispo County.

01/17/18

The City of Paso Robles is now accepting applications for appointment to the Planning Commission. Appointments will be for 3-year terms expiring February 28, 2021. Commissioners can expect to dedicate 15 - 20 hours each month to meetings, subcommittee meetings and meeting preparation.

01/11/18

-Leading local accounting firm, Glenn Burdette, invites winery and vineyard owners and managers to its third annual Winery Business Seminar at the Paso Robles Inn on Jan 16 from 9 a.m.-noon. The complimentary, limited-seating seminar will present information to help wineries and vineyards succeed throughout the business lifecycle.

01/10/18

Registration is now open for WiVi Central Coast 2018

01/10/18

A stunning winery offering exceptional Cabs

01/10/18

After a career in the Restaurant and Hospitality business Bakich was hired by Donati Family Vineyards in early 2007 to assist in the opening of their tasting room in Templeton, California.

01/10/18

Pruning demonstrations and an update on the benefits of crop insurance to be featured at the January seminar: "Pruning & Planning"

01/10/18

Evacuation orders were issued Monday as forecasters predicted mudslides in foothill neighborhoods where the state's largest-ever fire raged last month.

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