Paso in the Press: 2012
Top 10 Things That Happened in Paso Robles in 2012
Travel Paso | December 31, 2012
“…There is always something going on in this town and 2012 offered some more-amazing-than-usual experiences and a couple of “firsts”. Based on an unofficial poll, here are the Top Ten coolest things that happened in the world of Paso Robles tourism in 2012…” Click here for the full artilce.
2013 Best Two-Day Vacations
away.com | December 18, 2012
“…Paso Robles, California…Perfect for a weekend getaway from Los Angeles or San Francisco, without the crowds of Napa or the trendiness of Santa Barbara, Paso Robles is the fastest-growing wine region in the country…” Click here to read the full article.
A Polish Patriot in Paso Robles: Celebrating Ignacy Jan Paderewski
KCET | November 5, 2012
“Paderewski holds a special place in our hearts hear at Epoch. From our, appropriately named, Paderewski Vineyard where he first planted Zinfandel, to the historic York Mountian where Paderewski crafted his wines, we now follow in his footsteps. “… a wild-haired rock star adored by audiences across the globe? A fiercely patriotic politician celebrated as the “George Washington of Poland”? A tireless philanthropist who raised millions in aid for war refugees? Or a world-weary traveler who found peace – and a cure for his arthritic hands — in Paso Robles?” Click here to read the full article.
Fine Dining in Paso Robles
International Wine Review | September 2012
“…Paso Robles is a small town with a population of around 30,000 residents. Until recently, there were very few memorable restaurants for fine dining to serve locals and tourists. With the expansion of the wine industry over the past decade, there are now some terrific spots for food and wine enthusiasts, and new ones are in the works…” Click here to read the full article.
Bizzer’s Head to New Wine Country
Variety.com | September 21, 2012
“…Midway between Los Angeles and San Francisco there’s a wine country without attitude and pretension. It’s the farming area of Paso Robles on California’s Central Coast…” Click here to read the full article.
The Place | California’s Central Coast, Part One
New York Times Magazine | September 19, 2012
“…The golden state’s middle ground is ripe with new wineries, gastro-inns and farm-fresh shopping…Call them American “garagistes,” a term once used to describe small-lot vintners in Bordeaux, France, who challenged traditional winemaking styles in the early 1990s. The young winemakers of Paso Robles, a few still under 30, are keen to push boundaries and experiment…” Click here to read the full article.
Discovering the Beautiful Wine Blends of Paso Robles
The Wall Street Journal | June 20, 2012
“…Paso is still beautiful, if slightly less obscure, and if this Central California region eventually becomes as renowned as Napa or Sonoma, 2010 will be viewed as the turning point…” Click here to read the full article.