During the 1940s, Paso Robles was one of the largest nut producing regions in the nation and this Saturday, December 7, Adelaida Cellars pays homage to this historic period at their 2nd Annual Walnut and Wine Festival.
If you have ever wanted to work harvest at a vineyard, you just might find your opportunity among the many small wineries in the beautiful countryside in and surrounding Paso Robles. It’s here that many of the “garagiste” winemakers produce artisanal wines in small batches – technically no more than 1,200 cases – operating, in many instances, on budgets fueled mainly by love of “terroir” and a passion for the grape.
We were recently contacted by Zane T. of Manhattan Beach who was preparing a report on Paso Robles for his 4th grade persuasive speech project. He needed to know the Top 10 things to do in Paso Robles.
After doing deep tourism research and receiving suggestions from Mr. Berry's 4th Grade class at Kermit King Elementary, Zane's report scored an A! Here is the speech that did it (we believe that Zane has a brilliant future in tourism promotion):