Spring Release Month

Save the date for March 1 - 31, 2023

Paso Wine - Spring Release Month

The entire month of March is Spring Release. Throughout the month, discover a slice of Paso Robles Wine Country’s charisma and get out to some of the over 100 individual events like winemaker dinners, seminars, live music, specialty tours, and more. Experience the unique personalities, iconic places, and creative activities that only Paso Robles Wine Country can deliver. Spring Release is a themed month that does not feature a single marquee event, but rather individual experiences at the area wineries.  Come take in Paso Robles as the weather warms inviting you to absorb the fresh sights and scents of wine country. Delicious new wines, wildflowers in bloom, seasonal foods on offer, and the beginning of a new vintage budding in the vineyard. There is no prettier time to be in Paso Robles Wine Country.

All month long we feature a Winemaker Dinner Series. Five winemaker dinners at five restaurants. This series showcases the culinary diversity of Paso Robles alongside the distinctly different wines of the region. Each restaurant will be paired with four to six different winemakers who will share their wines and story. If you make it to every dinner in March, that’s up to 20 different wineries that you have the opportunity to meet and taste.

What better way to witness the beginning of a new vintage than getting out into the vineyard? During Spring Release Month are two limited Vineyard Excursions. Learn about sustainable farming and winemaking, firsthand. Witness the practices and taste the results. Also showcased are some Zinfandel icons. A nod to Paso’s Zin Fest of the past, winemakers who source from the iconic Dusi Vineyard come together to share their Zinfandel wines sourced from the 70+-year-old vineyard. Only 20 spots per excursion exist, so get your tickets soon before they sell out.


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