Celebrate Harvest Wine Weekend in Paso Robles

Visitors can enjoy tasting their way through Paso Robles Wine Country all year long, but if you love wine, Harvest Wine Weekend is an absolute must. Every year, as the leaves and grapes are transformed into a beautiful fusion of gold, purple and red, Paso’s talented winemakers create special events to celebrate another bountiful harvest.

This year, from October 16-18, visitors will be able to attend more than 140 weekend activities including winemaker dinners, ceremonial grape stomps, barrel tastings, artisanal food pairings, live music and more. With so much to enjoy, this weekend is the perfect time to visit your favorite wineries or discover a new one to love!

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Harvest has an abundance of aromas and flavors to enjoy, but don’t forget to simply relax and enjoy the vibrant colors of fall. While the options for leaf-peeping are endless, traveling along the picturesque Vineyard Drive; gazing at Eberle Winery’s Estate Vineyard from the scenic deck; and looking out at Heart Hill from Niner Wine Estates’ patio are particularly enjoyable.

Fall is also the perfect time to experience some of Paso’s outdoor activities. Here, visitors can appreciate the brilliant autumn hues as they soar over vineyards via zip line, ride across the hills on horseback or play a round of golf.

If you want to challenge yourself, sign up to participate in the 6th Annual Harvest Marathon occurring October 25! Hosted by Le Vigne Winery, this event is a great opportunity to embrace the sights and refreshing autumn air. The marathon is accompanied by a fun Harvest Expo featuring numerous local businesses and vendors.

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Since Paso is home to more than 250 wineries, be sure to download Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance’s free iPhone app and pick up the Official Guide, available in tasting rooms starting October 3. These helpful resources will make tasting more enjoyable than ever.

For more information about attending Harvest Wine Weekend or planning a trip to Paso this fall, visit TravelPaso.com