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Brosseau Marks 10 Years Certified Organic
TASTE News Service, August 24, 2021 – Veteran winemaker Bill Brosseau marked the start of his 25th professional harvest on Monday, August 23rd for the 2021 vintage of Brosseau Wines.
Rhone Rangers Honor Gary Eberle
TASTE News Service, August 12, 2021– The national Rhone Rangers organization will present its sixth Lifetime Achievement Award on Thursday, August 19, 2021, to recognize the significant contributions made by an individual to the American Rhone wine movement.
Today Show Picks Paso Robles
TASTE News Service, June 23, 2021 – Travel Paso has announced that the Today Show named Paso Robles a top destination to visit this summer.
Spa Cerro Reopens in San Luis Obispo
TASTE News Service, May 27, 2021 - Spa Cerro a 4,000 sq. foot day spa, lies at the heart of Hotel Cerro's array of amenities.
Epic Road Trips In Monterey County
TASTE News Service, May 24, 2021 – After a long year of staying close to home, now is the time for travelers to finally venture out and indulge themselves.
Now is the Moment, Says Monterey
TASTE News Service, May 5, 2021 – As COVID-19 restrictions are lessening across the United States and in the state of California, Monterey County is inviting is inviting travelers to visit.
Beekeeping in Paso Wine Country
By Jennifer Bravo
In honor of the recently-observed Earth Day, we chatted with two beekeepers who work with honeybees in their vineyards.
Paso’s Historic San Miguel District
By Christopher Taranto
The Paso Robles American Viticultural Area (AVA) was established in 1983 and at that time there were 556,765 total acres with a little over 5,000 under vine.
7 (Non-Wine) Things to Do in Paso Robles
By Jennifer Bravo
Paso Robles is known for being a world-class wine region, with unique wine tasting experiences, a laid-back vibe, and unforgettable personalities.
Santa Ynez Valley Welcomes Back Visitors
TASTE News Service, February 17, 2021 — The reopening of the Santa Ynez Valley to visitors, most notably lodging for leisure travel and the resumption of outdoor service for restaurants and wineries, could not have come at a better time for those struggling with the Groundhog Day-like effects of pandemic fatigue.