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For Immediate Release
Media Contact: Gracie Rey
Phone: 805-239-8463
Fax: 805-237-6439


PASO ROBLES, CA –The Paso Robles Vintners and Growers Association announces the 22nd Annual Paso Robles Wine Festival, May 14-16, 2004. With more than 60 wineries pouring in the park, this year’s Wine Festival promises to be better than ever despite the earthquake that rattled downtown!

The event begins on Friday morning, May 14th with the Wine Festival Golf Tournament at Hunter Ranch Golf Course. Friday evening, enjoy winemaker dinners at respective wineries and local restaurants. Saturday, May 15th, taste over 300 Paso Robles wines, gourmet food and dance to lively musical entertainment from noon to 5:00 p.m. at the Paso Robles City Park. Admission to Saturday’s wine tasting is just $30.00 and includes a commemorative Wine Festival glass and eight tasting tickets. Additional tastes are available for $1.00 each.

Saturday night, the celebration continues with winemaker dinners at Paso Robles wineries and local restaurants. Sunday, May 16th visit participating Paso Robles Wine Country wineries and continue to take delight in their special events during this fun filled weekend.

To request a brochure, find out about winery events, or to obtain more information, visit, or call the Paso Robles Vintners and Growers Association at (805) 239-8463. For tickets to Saturday’s event, call the Paso Robles Chamber of Commerce at (805) 238-0506 ext 13.

The 22nd Annual Paso Robles Wine Festival is produced by the Paso Robles Vintners and Growers Association.

Paso Robles Wine Country is located halfway between Monterey and Santa Barbara, on California’s Central Coast. With a greater day-to-night temperature swings than any other appellation in California, Paso Robles Wine Country vines produce concentrated, yet balanced wines with intense varietal flavors. Paso Robles Wine Country’s 70+ wineries offer world-class wines in every varietal, created by winemakers with diverse international influences.

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