Le Vigne Winery opens remodeled tasting room
Le Vigne Winery held a grand reopening of its newly remodeled tasting room this past weekend, April 25-27. The Paso Robles Chamber of Commerce came out to show their support with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
With over 250 people in attendance the launch of the new tasting room was a success, says Lacy McCoy in a press release from the winery. The new tasting room features the largest selection of artisan cheeses on the central coast, paired with Le Vigne wines, she said. The state-of-the art climate controlled room allows for storage of a larger selection of cheeses stored at the perfect temperature. The cheese and charcuterie bar will serve sandwiches and panini, with room to picnic outside on the covered patio.
Le Vigne Winery was founded with a passion for terroir, exceptional wines, and spectacular food, McCoy says. “This passion is evident more than ever this year as the winery unveils its stunning new tasting room, exciting culinary offerings, acres of new plantings, and a series of compelling new releases.”
About Le Vigne Winery
A family owned and operated winery focusing on Paso Robles terroir. The winery first opened in 1995 and developed additional vineyards in 1998, expanding the wineries varieties to include merlot, syrah, sangiovese, and cabernet sauvignon. “Le Vigne” comes from Italian, and means, “the vineyard”. With his Italian heritage, winery owner Walter Filippini takes tradition and old world processes to heart. They believe the most influential part of any wine is the vineyard. “At Le Vigne Winery our goal is to create unique and outstanding wines that portray characteristics of the vineyard and vintage that produced them,” McCoy says.