Pleasant Valley Wine Trail hosts ‘Vino Valentine’
Thirteen wineries team up for two ‘romantic days of wine, chocolate and tasty pleasures’
–The members of the Pleasant Valley Wine Trail invite locals and visitors to venture off the beaten path for a Vino Valentine experience. A variety of wines and complementary “tasty pleasures” are offered to those visiting the 13 member wineries. The event is on Valentine’s weekend Feb. 11-12, 2017 from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
“If you haven’t yet experienced the wineries of northeast Paso Robles, you’re definitely in for a treat,” said Dave Nagengast, owner at Cinquain Cellars. “Valentine weekend is a great time to visit the boutique wineries on the Pleasant Valley Wine Trail. You’ll experience several 90-plus point wines, as well as delectable chocolates, sweet treats and other pairings including heart-shaped pizzas and brown sugar bacon”
Estate vineyards line the rolling hills of this undiscovered wine trail route less than 10 minutes from downtown Paso Robles. Thirteen wineries, just minutes apart, offer the chance to venture off the beaten path and enjoy a friendly, relaxing wine tasting experience, great wines and unique wineries.
Participating wineries include: Bon Niche Cellars, Cinquain Cellars, Four Sisters Ranch Vineyards & Winery, Graveyard Vineyards, Hartley Farms, J&J Cellars, Locatelli Vineyards & Winery, P.S. Cellars, Ranchita Canyon Vineyard, Riverstar Vineyards, San Marcos Creek, Tackitt Family Vineyards, Villa San-Juliette Winery and Wine Country RV Resort.
A complete list and the addresses of all participating wineries is available from the Pleasant Valley Wine Trail website.