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Wine for Paws returns April 18-19

–On April 18 & 19, almost 100 businesses throughout SLO County will join together and donate a portion of their proceeds to Woods Humane Society. […]Full Article

Daou brothers buy historic Paso Robles bank building for $4.5 million

Winery owners, brothers and wine-lovers Georges and Daniel Daou have just raised their love of Paso Robles, reports Daily Ovation. The brothers, whose commercial enterprises […]Full Article

Paso Robles plays host to successful wine industry event

Wine Speak—a wine industry summit geared toward community and collaboration—wrapped up its third annual edition, hosting more than 750 attendees and selling out all special […]Full Article

Neil Collins named Paso Robles Wine Industry Person of the Year

–Neil Collins, Winemaker and Owner at Lone Madrone, Winemaker and Vineyard Manager at Tablas Creek Vineyard, and Proprietor of Bristols Cider, has been named Paso […]Full Article

Local winemaker to judge at San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition

–Jac Jacobs, Winemaker for Kelsey See Canyon Vineyards, has been invited to judge at the 20th Anniversary San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition. The 2020 SFCWC […]Full Article

Large-scale art collaboration unveiled at Sculpterra

– From the SLO County Visitor’s Guide – Sculpterra Winery & Sculpture Garden is unveiling it’s latest art piece created by renowned local artists Steve Kalar […]Full Article

Q&A with Matt Glunz from Glunz Family Winery

– From the SLO County Visitor’s Guide – Interview with Matt Glunz from Glunz Family Winery by Matt Browne If you weren’t in the wine […]Full Article

Ernest Hemingway Vineyards opening newly renovated tasting room and more

-From the SLO County Visitor’s Guide- Inspired by the famous author, the winery is sure to become a destination in Paso Robles that caters to […]Full Article

Best Spanish-style wines in Paso Robles for the holidays

Spanish-style wines in Paso Robles are growing in popularity. It seems that every year more wineries are releasing albarinos, tempranillos and even garnacha wines. We […]Full Article

Paso Robles is ‘California’s Next Great Wine Destination’ says National Geographic

–The Central Coast is California’s next great wine destination, according to a recent profile by National Geographic. “Paso Robles, on the Central Coast, is creating […]Full Article