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Paso Robles Wine Country harvest celebrations coming up 

Paso Robles Wine Country, Harvest Wine Weekend, Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance 140+ wineries to host events

Harvest in Paso Robles Wine Country is a time of excitement and anticipation shared by winemakers, growers, and tasting room staff alike. It is the culmination of a successful year of hard work and dedication to their craft, and is a glimpse into the promise of the new vintage. Harvest Wine Weekend 2014 celebrates the new vintage with more than 140 Paso Robles wineries inviting wine lovers to their tasting rooms, vineyards and wineries for tours, special tastings, live music, winemaker dinners and much more during the weekend of Oct. 17 – 19.

Wineries get creative during this annual celebration, bringing new and different activities, educational opportunities and hands-on fun for Harvest Wine Weekend. Harvest festivities include wine and bacon pairings, ceremonial grape stomps, lobster feeds, wine-infused dessert offerings, and blending sessions, to name a few.

”With harvest likely starting a little early this year, Harvest Wine Weekend cannot come soon enough,” said Joe Barton, grower and winemaker of Grey Wolf & Barton Family Wines. “This event serves as a break in harvest for us to celebrate the new vintage with all our visitors who quite literally appreciate the fruits of our labor.”

Visit the winery activities link on pasowine.com and search by winery, day or activity to see what is happening at participating wineries. Harvest Wine Weekend does not require a ticket, however some of the wineries may require RSVP’s or have fees associated with their individual events, so be sure to plan ahead. Designate a driver, or visit the transportation section of the website to find a touring company in Paso Robles.

More about Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance
The Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance represents wineries, growers and businesses in Paso Robles Wine Country, California’s third largest wine region encompassing more than 32,000 vineyard acres and 200 wineries.

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About the author: Reporter Meagan Friberg

Meagan Friberg is a reporter for the Paso Robles Daily News and A-Town Daily News.