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October 3 & 4, Wineries will share 100+ Wines in Orlando and Tampa


Collaborative plan includes ag-tech information-gathering, sharing, trapping and education


The cool and moderate weather has provided Monterey County a very positive outlook for 2018 and made harvest more aligned with the typical Monterey coastal winegrowing timeline, several weeks later than the 2016 and 2017 harvests.


City Council members on Tuesday approved Justin's plans to construct a 109,454-square-foot building, most of which will be used to store wine barrels. The company already maintains two other buildings on the property


Faced with what San Luis Obispo County leaders say is a chronic undersupply of farmworker housing that contributes to labor shortages, officials are working to make it easier to create dwellings for communities of low-pay agricultural workers.


Dame is charged with educating his fellow sommeliers about Daou wines and Paso Robles as a re-invigorated Cabernet and Bordeaux-variety region. Georges Daou said the Daou brand has already found success in direct-to-consumer (DtC) and distribution sales


This year, the Riboli Family of San Antonio Winery plans on finishing a new Hospitality Center, which will be completed in the Fall. The spacious facility has three separate rooms that can transform into one large room and hold up to 250 people. It has a modern atmosphere, mixed with old world charm: a lovely and cool stucco exterior, polished stained concrete floor interior, skylights constructed from redwood tanks, and glass doors opening to the barrel room.


"Dream Big Darling" Provides Scholarships, Professional Development and Networking; Inaugural Dinner, Auction and Concert Slated for October 19 at Historic Santa Margarita Ranch


Eden Rift is the latest name of California winery estate first planted in 1849


Dave Corey, owner/winemaker of Core Wines, will manage students' winery, vineyard and marketing efforts


"As always, I am struck by the complexity and world-class pedigree that seems to come naturally in the Santa Cruz Mountains ... "


"Unfortunately, the drought has had negative aspects on farming but a positive aspect in that we have very, very small, intense grapes and we are making really, really beautifully dark wines," said Ben Mayo, winemaker for Riboli Family Wines.


"His winemaking style might best be categorized as personality-driven. Like Sean Thackrey's endlessly fascinating offerings under his Thackrey label, Jussila's kukkula wines are rustic, eccentric and loaded with character ... "


Local girl Danna Stroud, the executive director of Travel Paso, has shared some of the things that stand out about her home town. She adds that her love for the region began in her childhood by riding with her grandma over the rolling hills to take lunch to her grandpa during the grain harvest.


Laughs and Learning in Michael Cervin's Humorous Travel Guide


"Having liquor can definitely make or break a business, but at the same time, so can the cost of getting one [liquor license]," said Jared Ruiz, a bartender at The Mark, which was once Marston's in downtown San Luis Obispo.


The California Grapevine has recognized Paso Robles' Eberle Winery as the producer of the most awarded Cabernet Sauvignon in California


The whole debacle has Central Coast wine growers scratching their heads and asking: How did we fail to catch this? The fact that Graciano is called "Morastell" in certain corners of France may offer a partial explanation: Could this debacle have been one big elaborate typo?


Barrel Burner Wines are sourced from several esteemed vineyards in California's Paso Robles AVA, a region widely recognized as one of the top wine regions in the United States.


The new winery and tasting room are set around estate vineyards in Paso Robles' famed Adelaida District

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