Paso Robles and Zinfandel wine have a long history that’s blossomed into a beautiful love story. As Paso’s first wine, Zinfandel has been here since the beginning—before the national recognition, and before the impressive titles. Beginning March 15th, we’d like to raise a glass to our region’s first wine with the celebration of Vintage Paso: Zinfandel Weekend.
Who’s ready for Valentine’s Day? Celebrate love in San Luis Obispo County this week. You’ll find plenty of things to do, see, and enjoy; share a kiss while watching a colorful sunset, or enjoy each other’s company while taking a scenic hike.
We couldn’t be more excited for a new year of adventures, weekend trips, family vacations, and more. Some of you are off to a great start in 2019 and have already started sharing your #CentralCoasting moments with us. We’ve gathered some of our favorites from the month of January! Check em’ out!
‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the hotel, Not a creature was stirring, not even Clarabelle. The wine glasses were lined up by the chimney with care, In hopes that Zinfandel would soon be there.
It’s no secret that Paso Robles, California and the greater Central Coast area have become a nationally-acclaimed destination for foodies and winos alike. With most of the country’s fruit and vegetables grown in our very own backyard, we are spoiled with easy access to farm-fresh food thanks to our local Farmers’ Markets that occur weekly in almost every SLO County town.
With a bottle of wine by your side and a cool evening breeze in the air, dining al fresco – or “open air” – is a lovely experience in the summertime. Luckily, Central Coast restaurants make great use of its patios.