For your sipping pleasure: True Myth, the latest project from Niven Family Wine Estates, has released its 2014 Paragon Vineyard Chardonnay from the Niven family’s Edna Valley estate and a 2013 cabernet sauvignon made with grapes from Paso Robles. The wines are an expression of Mother Nature, and perfect for spring soirees (truemythwinery.com) … The 16th annual World of Pinot Noir will kick off this March 4 and 5 in SLO Wine Country. Get ready for two days packed with tastings, seminars, dinners, food pairings, and more (slowine.com).
Grind those beans: Kreuzberg Coffee is expanding to Paso Robles! The new location is currently under construction at the old Amsterdam Coffee House at 725 13th St. in downtown Paso. Go check ’em out and don’t forget to order your iced coffee poor but sexy style … La Cazuelas Restaurant in Nipomo recently celebrated its 50th year in business! … Just announced: The fifth annual Oyster Festival returns to Avila Beach this July 9 with live music, lounge areas, and adult beverages. Tickets go on sale this week ($22; get your tickets at centralcoastoysterfestival.com).
Swipe right: Did you know that millennials are officially the No. 1 wine consuming generation in the U.S.? Well, according to Wine Spectator they are, and the magazine recently released a new app to help tech savvy people find the perfect wine for their buck (get the app at xvalues.com) … Halter Ranch Vineyard has postponed the opening of its new tasting room for later this spring … Jason Haas, general manager and partner of Tablas Creek Vineyard, has been voted Wine Industry Person of the Year by the Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance. Congrats, Jason!
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