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There are special tastings, seminars and events throughout the festival weekend...Mark Cavendish surged ahead of John Degenkolb in a thrilling sprint to win the first stage of the.
Gary Eberle, a pioneer of the Paso Robles wine region and one of its biggest ambassadors, has been replaced as general partner of the winery he established more than 30 years ago. Im still stunned, Eberle said Tuesday morning. I dont know what
Applications for the Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance Foundation's Community Grant Program are now available on-line. The Community Grant Program supports the Northern San Luis Obispo County charities that focus on healthcare, education and greater
It's the 30th annual Paso Robles Wine Festival, and it starts Friday. About 80-percent of the wineries in the area participate in the weekend's events in one form or another. The reserve tasting is Friday in the downtown park, and you have to get
If you put in more than four hours you get a festival t-shirt or apron, and a pass to enjoy the grand tasting on Saturday, May 12th, 2012. To be a volunteer, you must fill out a volunteer application...And you have to get them in by the end of
Besides a break on room rates, visitors during this first Paso Robles Hotel Month will receive a complimentary bottle of wine. Other amenities vary by property, but include wine-tasting tickets and spa discounts. Participating properties: Adelaine
After conducting an extensive nationwide search, the Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance board has selected a new executive director. Jennifer Porter has been chosen to take the top spot that was vacated by former Executive Director Stacie Jacob in May.
Director leaving Wine Alliance Director leaving Wine Alliance Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance executive director Stacie Jacob is stepping down to open a new lifestyle marketing firm in Paso Robles, and the search is on for a new director. Jacob has
Despite a tough economy, organizers are calling this year's Paso Robles Wine Festival a success. Wine tourism brings an estimated $113 million and 1.2 million visitors to the region each year, and the festival is the premier event.