Articles Tagged With ‘Wine’




Wine, weed, and a new buzz

Marijuana-laced wine may be coming to the Central Coast. In fact, it may already be here. [DailyBeast] While wine fermented with cannabis is nothing new — it gained a level of popularity in the 1980s — it appears to be... (Continue reading)

Cuesta College to host wine exports symposium

In an effort to help the wine industry reach new international markets, the Business and Entrepreneurship Center at Cuesta College will host a free wine exports symposium on Thursday, Feb. 23 from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Galaxy Colony Square... (Continue reading)

Red wine researcher besmirched

Red wine’s benefits to cardiovascular health have been extolled for years, and now an East Coast researcher known for his research on the issue is being accused of falsifying data. [SF Chronicle] Behavior of Dipak Das of the University of... (Continue reading)

Christmas at the Point San Luis Lighthouse, event photos

The Other Reindeer singers helped usher in the holidays with timeless Christmas carols at the third annual holiday celebration at the Point San Luis Lighthouse. Find local events as well as movie show times at CalCoastNews’ Event Calendar. If you... (Continue reading)

Wine review: Sinor-LaVallee is Mr. Pinot

By ADAM MONTIEL When I first moved here almost ten years ago, I did not see wine as approachable. Maybe the stigma with wine came from things I may have seen in TV or movies, perhaps picking up a wine... (Continue reading)

The Cork Dorks reunion and anniversary show, event photos

Over a dozen wineries and their winemakers took time away from a busy harvest to share their local wines, laughs, and experiences on Morro Bay’s beautiful Papagallo II motor yacht in Morro Bay for the The Cork Dorks reunion and... (Continue reading)

USA Today loves Paso Robles

Forget about gang problems and water issues—Paso Robles was back in the national spotlight over the weekend with glowing travel coverage from USA Today. Calling Paso Robles, “California’s fastest-growing, and to many, most surprising wine region,”  reporter Jayne Clark seemed... (Continue reading)

Little zoo with a big master plan

Atascadero’s Charles Paddock Zoo unveiled Ruscan the red panda to the public on Saturday. The panda arrived at the zoo 16 months ago, but money problems have kept him out of the public eye. The two-year-old panda will be living in... (Continue reading)

Wine grape supply shrinking statewide

 California wine grape growers will be facing a significant tightening of the supply of their product over the next several years because of two factors, the sluggish economy and unusually cool weather, according to industry professionals. [SacramentoBee] Robert Smiley, dean... (Continue reading)

Citizen grape pickers wanted

By JOHN SALISBURY “A Call to Arms” especially to you who say Americans will do the work instead of undocumented immigrants! You suggest that if farmers paid enough for these ag-labor jobs then the unemployment rate will diminish. Farmers find... (Continue reading)