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Paso Robles wine festival early bird tickets expire March 15 

–The only discounts available to the Annual Paso Robles Wine Festival expire on Friday, March 15.

The Paso Robles Wine Festival is the marquee showcase for everything Paso Robles wine, with four combined events and more than 100 individual activities at the region’s wineries. The Early Bird discount offers a $10 savings to three ticket options for the Paso Robles Wine Festival set to take place May 16 – 19, 2019. Locals save $20 on the Grand Tasting general admission ticket with the Locals Only discount.

The Reserve event held is Friday, May 17 from 4 – 6:30 p.m. This is an intimate tasting where wineries offer two of their best wines within four categories: Library, Reserve, White/Rosé, and Futures. Attendees enjoy fare from local restaurants and chefs as the perfect complement to the wines. Combo Reserve tickets are $135 Early Bird pricing ($145 after March 15), which provide the festival goer access to Reserve on Friday, May 17 and early entry to the Grand Tasting on Saturday, May 18.

Saturday, May 18 is the 37th Annual Paso Robles Wine Festival Grand Tasting. This signature event brings together 70 wineries sharing their wines in the idyllic setting of the Paso Robles Downtown City Park. The festival will again feature food samples for all ticketed attendees and local artisan merchants, as well as bands at both ends of the park. Early entry ticket holders access the park at 12 p.m. for $80 ($90 after March 15). A limited amount of early entry tickets are available, ensuring a more exclusive experience. The Festival Ticket – $60 Early Bird ($70 after March 15) – allows entry at 1 p.m. to the conclusion of the event at 4 p.m. The Locals Only discount offers San Luis Obispo County residents a $50 ($70 after March 15) Festival Ticket.

Wine Festival weekend continues Sunday, May 19 with events at over 100 Paso Robles wineries. Activities range from open houses, to live music, vineyard hikes, food pairings, and barbecues. Visit to search by activity, winery, or day.

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