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Chinese taking interest in Paso Robles wineries

Chinese investors have shown increasing interest in the California wine market over the last few years and are now targeting wineries in the Paso Robles region for purchase. [KSBY] China is now the fifth largest export market for California wines.... (Continue reading)

Want to taste wine at farmers’ market?

Californians could soon take their wine tasting habits to farmers’ markets. [KEYT] A bill that would allow limited wine tasting at farmers’ markets has passed the Assembly on a unanimous vote and is now moving through the state Senate. Wine... (Continue reading)

3 fantastic wine events coming to Pismo Beach this spring

Pismo Beach is striving to exceed your expectations as a wine and waves destination with three wine and culinary events on the spring 2014 calendar. April 26 – 10th Annual Taste of Pismo Enjoy great food, our world-class wine country,... (Continue reading)

Wine grapes top crop in 2013

Wine grapes were the number one San Luis Obispo County agricultural commodity in 2013 bringing in more than $220 million, according to San Luis Obispo County Department of Agriculture/Weights and Measures 2013 annual production statistics report. Despite the drought, wine... (Continue reading)

California’s 2013 record breaking wine grape harvest

Amid California’s devastating drought, 2013 looks to be a record harvest year for wine grapes. [Register] Preliminary figures from the California Department of Food and Agriculture’s show that the crop of red and white varieties combined weighed in at 4.23... (Continue reading)

California farmers removing grape vines

California farmers are ripping up grape vines and switching to higher yielding crops to cope with an ongoing drought, according to a report by San Rafael wine broker Ciatti Co. [Mercury News] The report estimates that California vintners will remove... (Continue reading)

Gather Wine Bar closes in Arroyo Grande

Gather Wine Bar, a popular location for wine sampling and music in the Village of Arroyo Grande, closed recently after the owners of the building chose not to extend the lease. [Tribune] Owner of the business Kari Ziegler said the... (Continue reading)

Creston group pitches two-year water ordinance

A committee of Creston residents and business owners is suggesting to local lawmakers that the urgency ordinance limiting new water use in the North County be extended for two more years. Members of the Creston Advisory Body (CAB) agreed that... (Continue reading)

Macaroni and Cheese Festival, event photos

American General Media Radio produced the grand foodie event of the year on the Central Coast, the Gourmet Macaroni and Cheese Festival at Le Vigne Winery in Paso Robles on Aug. 24. Find local events as at CalCoastNews’ Event Calendar. If... (Continue reading)

Wine issues shadow other counties, too

Santa Barbara County officials are looking at ways to control a burgeoning wine-making economy without fueling a war between agricultural and neighborhood interests — and it’s not about water. (Santa Maria Times) Rather, planners and winery representatives seek a way... (Continue reading)

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