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Beaverstock, the annual fall music festival hosted by Castoro Cellars returns again this year September 19-20. The weekend festival, now in its third year, will be headlined by popular acts Dawes and War and features over 15 bands on two stages. The hours for both days of the festival are noon to 10 p.m. Tickets...

Festival raises money for Paso Robles youth art foundation The 12th annual Pinot and Paella Festival was held Sunday afternoon in Templeton Community Park....

A multi-million-dollar deal gives Eberle controlling interest Gary and Marcy Eberle holding their award for Eberle Winery as the 2013 Winery of the Year. After...

A photo from last year’s festival. Courtesy of Atascadero Lakeside Wine Festival. Award-winning wines, culinary offerings, local artists & live...

Calcareous Vineyard received awards for four of their wines. Photos by Don Sonderling. Nine Paso wines from five different Paso wineries were recently...

The Paso Robles wine region is known for its iconic blends. Few wineries focus on single varietal wines. Among those handful of wineries is Rocky Creek...

Offering safe, VIP transportation and custom wine tours for groups A private, personalized, and completely customizable wine tasting tour service located...

Michael Gill Cellars tasting room A vintner, a dentist, and a hunter, Michael Gill has won as many awards for his wines as for his big game hunting This...

Winery owners, Edgar Torres on the right, and his brother, Jaime on the left. Winemaker Edgar Torres focuses on family and making great wines while realizing...

A view of the interior of the Cholame tasting room. Locations in San Simeon and Cholame celebrate rich history of the county About seven years ago, serendipity...