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‘Dry farming is not meant for the faint of heart’ –Just up San Marcos Road, not on the typical wine trail, on a hillside with a serene view of the Santa Lucia Range, 80-year-old grandfather, local farming purist, and owner of Vista Del Rey Vineyards can be found working the silty, clay loam soils on...

—Castoro Cellars Vineyards & Winery opened its state-of-the-art 18-hole disc golf course and informational ranch tour in the summer of 2014. “The...

Paso Robles destination offers wine tasting, bistro, gift shop, and pairings for holiday meals It’s always a great time to visit Paso Robles and the...

A family success story —Peachy Canyon is one of the original family-owned Paso Robles wineries that got its start in the 1980s when the area was not...

Visit this award-winning winery for an illuminating Paso Robles experience —When it comes to delivering an unforgettable wine tasting experience, nobody...

–Cabernet sauvignon wines are big, bold, tannic wines that pair perfectly with holiday meals centered around meats like prime rib, roast beef, pork...

–Of all the wines we are recommending in this series, the Rhone-style red wines are some of the best suited to holiday meals. They are often smoother...

–A list of the best wines for the holidays would not be complete without a section on zinfandel. It’s known as the Paso Robles heritage grape varietal....

–Pinot noir is always a popular choice for holiday parties and dinners because it is easy to pair with so many holiday dishes. Pinot noir’s traditional...

—Spanish-style wines in SLO County are growing in popularity. It seems that every year more wineries are releasing albarinos, tempranillos and even...