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Fall and Winter Events in Paso Robles, CA

September 16, 2013 Destination North America No Comments Email Email

The fall and winter seasons are special in Paso Robles, a stunning hideaway on California’s Central Coast. Visitors can delight in a plethora of events that make Paso Robles a dream for lovers of food, wine, outdoor adventures and good old fashioned fun.

Below is a sampling of exciting activities and treasures for travelers to enjoy in Paso Robles this fall and winter. For more details and contact links, go to http://bit.ly/FallWinterEventsPaso2013.

 Wine tasting is just one of the many things you can do in Paso Robles. (PRNewsFoto/The Travel Paso Robles Alliance)


Wine tasting is just one of the many things you can do in Paso Robles. (PRNewsFoto/The Travel Paso Robles Alliance)

9/26 – 9/29: Sunset SAVOR the Central Coast
This fourth annual four-day food and wine extravaganza showcases the rich agricultural and aqua-cultural bounty located throughout the California Central Coast. With classes, seminars, dinners, celebrity chef book signings and demonstrations, a culinary garden and a two-day marketplace filled with tastings from local restaurants, chefs and culinary artisans pack the long weekend. Saturday night, September 28, Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Colbie Caillat will perform at Vina Robles Amphitheatre in Paso Robles for the inaugural Sunset in the Vineyard event.

10/19 – 10/21: Harvest Wine Weekend
Harvest is a time of celebration in Paso Robles Wine Country; over this weekend more than 130 wineries will host 150+ individual events. Enjoy special barrel tastings, blending seminars, grape stomping, food and wine pairings, live music and more.

10/28: Paso Robles Harvest Marathon
This event offers a full marathon, 2 person marathon relay and 5k. The courses start and finish at Le Vigne Winery and offer beautiful views of the Paso Robles countryside and vineyards at harvest time.

12/14: Vine St. Victorian Showcase (free!)
Thirteen blocks of Vine Street in Paso Robles close down for a night to welcome the crowds of 15,000 plus enjoying out the beautifully restored Victorian houses, bedecked with sparkling Christmas lights and decorations galore.

There are natural hot springs in town. (PRNewsFoto/The Travel Paso Robles Alliance)

There are natural hot springs in town. (PRNewsFoto/The Travel Paso Robles Alliance)

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