Wine for Paws returns this April
–Wine 4 Paws, officially April 6 & 7, starts a day early in Downtown Paso Robles. On Friday, April 5th select tasting rooms in downtown Paso Robles will start donating 10-percent of sales to Wine 4 Paws and Woods Humane Society, continuing through the weekend.
In addition, Jeffry’s Wine Country BBQ has joined the Wine 4 Paws Family. Head to Jeffry’s starting Friday, and they will donate 10-percent of sales, as well as all weekend long.
As the sun sets on downtown Paso Friday night, it’s time for “Bark After Dark.” With tasting rooms open late, you can enjoy music, bites, specials on wine by the glass and bottle, and more.
LXV Wine will offer a complimentary spice pairing to anyone with a passport; Pet Portrait artist Sara Lane will be on hand as well. Chateau Lettau has Erin Montgomery from 7-9 p.m.; Sea Shell Cellars will also be pouring. Asuncion Ridge hosts Ken Warrick from 6-8 p.m. plus new release wine specials. Head to Pianetta for some jukebox fun – you pick the music, plus enjoy wine specials. Ever heard of Nose Training for dogs? Head to Symbiosis for “Human Nose Training” – with wine. At Hoyt Family Winery, howl like your favorite furry friend at Karaoke Night. Cypher Wine Lounge, Earth & Fire Brewery, Bodegas Paso Robles, and Bodegas Vintage Company are all part of Bark After Dark and will be offering other events.
Director Sarah Tomasetti said, “I’m really excited about the Downtown fun on Friday night. It was the downtown wineries’ idea – they wanted to get together and kick it up a notch this year. We’re hoping for a big turnout – let’s show the downtown wineries some Wine 4 Paws love!”
Saturday and Sunday, April 6 – 7, choose from almost 100 Tasting Rooms throughout SLO County who are donating a portion of the weekend’s proceeds to Woods Humane Society.
Visit www.wine4paws.com for a list of participating wineries as well as details on all the fun things going on just for Wine 4 Paws.
Woods Humane Society cares for over 3,000 cats and dogs each year at their facilities in San Luis Obispo and Atascadero until they can be united with loving families. In November of 2018, they opened the first North County low-cost spay and neuter clinic at their location in Atascadero. This clinic can be utilized by any pet owner. To learn more go to spayslocounty.org.
To see the full list of participating wineries and a get a free printable map & passport, go to www.wine4paws.com.