On August 5, 2016 the Baileyana Tasting Room will be open until 7pm. From 5pm, guests will enjoy live music by Jim Gentry and take in the sunset over the vines while sipping on their favorite wine. Also, guests will experience a special appearance by the ultra-cool Small Room Collective pop-up shop.
The tasting room is at the historic Independence Schoolhouse, built in 1909. Guests can taste five wines chosen from 30 different white and red offerings, and browse their enticing shop stocked with gourmet foods and charming gifts, as well as the entire lineup of Niven Family wines: Baileyana, Tangent, True Myth, Zocker and Trenza. There is have plenty of outdoor seating with views across the vines from the valley to the mountains, plus two regulation bocce ball courts. Guests can also bring a picnic or buy cheese, salami and crackers from the shop while you sip and enjoy the ambiance of the Edna Valley.
The Baileyana Tasting room is open daily from 10am to 5pm, 6pm on Fridays and located at 5828 Orcutt Road, San Luis Obispo, CA 805.269.8200 Tasting fee: $12 (waived with purchase of $25).
Every Sunday this summer at the picturesque Sextant Edna Valley Tasting Room at “Old Edna” from 1pm-4pm, visitors can enjoy tunes from local artists Chris Beland, Les Beck and Martin Paris while tasting exquisite Sextant wines and gourmet deli delights.
Sextant wines are sure to please even the most discerning palate with handcrafted wines offered from their vineyards stretching from San Luis Obispo to Paso Robles and Monterey. The highly acclaimed Sextant Wines features powerful Zinfandel and Bordeaux styles of wine, Sextant’s Founder’s Collection of rich Burgundy and Rhone style blends, and the notable Windemere Pinot Noir from MacGregor Vineyards – the oldest vineyard in Edna Valley. Additionally, the Gourmet Deli at Old Edna offers sumptuous wine country cuisine and picnic basket selections.
Summer Tunes on the Patio – Chris Beland
1:00 PM to 4:00 PM Sun, Aug 14, 2016
Chris Beland is a Central Coast favorite with his folk inspired original songs and classic covers. He’s sure to have you singing along and clapping your hands as he strums his guitar, stomps the kick drum, and plays the harmonica. His presence always inspires a joyous and entertaining day so be sure to come out enjoy his music.
Summer Tunes on the Patio – Les Beck
1:00 PM to 4:00 PM Sun, Aug 7 & 21, 2016
Les Beck has been playing at Sextant for several years. Les’s acoustic covers of classic rock and popular ballads set the perfect mood on a summer afternoon of sipping wine. Bring your friends and swing by for a glass of wine, cheese platter, and little acoustic guitar for a great way to end your weekend.
Summer Tunes on the Patio – Martin Paris
1:00 PM to 4:00 PM Sun, Aug 28, 2016
Martin Paris has been playing at Sextant for years. Martin is an acoustic finger-styling guitarist with a knack to get your toes tapping and your heart smiling. His style is the perfect complement to a summer day, sipping wine on the patio.
Sextant Edna Valley Tasting Room
Hours: Monday-Friday 10am-4pm; Saturday-Sunday 10am-5pm
Sextant Edna Valley Tasting Room
1653 Old Price Canyon Road
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
Contact: Concierge 805-542-0133, firstname.lastname@example.org
Filliponi Ranch: Summer Season Last Call for Central Coast Shakespeare Festival August 4, 5 & 6 2016
It’s the last call of the season for Shakespeare Under the Stars with the Central Coast Shakespeare Festival at Filipponi Ranch. In addition to the theatre, enjoy both Filipponi Ranch and Cronologie Wines with Piemonte’s Deli antipasto bowls — all available for purchase. Romeo & Juliet will be performed at 7:30pm on August 4, 5 & 6 at Filipponi Ranch, 1850 Calle Joaquin, San Luis Obispo. Start time is 7:30pm, doors open at 6pm. Sundays, show starts at 6pm, with doors open at 5pm. Tickets available online and at the door. $20 adults. See www.centralcoastshakespeare.org for more info and tickets.
2016 International Chardonnay Symposium Pays Homage To France in Pismo Beach & Avila Beach
Producers from the birthplace of Chardonnay, and a much-anticipated French Forum panel discussion, will be featured at the upcoming annual celebration.
The International Chardonnay Symposium, the world’s foremost gathering of top global Chardonnay winemakers, sommeliers, journalists, wine industry leaders, foodies and oenephiles will feature a star-studded panel and guided tasting tour of the most storied and seminal Chardonnay regions in France at this year’s celebration May 12-14.
“France has long been the standard-bearer of Chardonnay, and this spotlight and panel discussion comes at an exciting time since France’s classic, lean-and-bright style is clearly influencing winemakers the world over, especially here in California,” says Brian Talley, a Symposium advisory board member and owner of Talley Vineyards in Arroyo Grande, California.
Several French producers will be pouring at the Grand Tasting on Saturday, May 14, and attendees of the French Forum on Friday, May 13 will participate in an expert-led exploration of France’s quintessential Chardonnay regions, such as Chablis Champagne, Montrachet, Pouilly-Fuissé, Languedoc-Roussillon and Meursault.
Moderated by Master Sommelier Bob Bath, from the Culinary Institute of America, the French Forum panel includes Claude Rouquet from the Boisset Collection, Bruno Laclotte from Charton et Trebuchet, Bernard Retornez from Maison Louis Latour, Jean-Rèmy Rapeneau from Champagne G.H. Martel, Kyle Kaplan from Piper-Heidsieck, and Geoffroy de La Besnardière from Domaine de l’Arjolle.
The French Forum is but one of many panel discussions and happenings at this annual global gathering set among the stunning coastal communities of Pismo Beach, Avila Beach and the Edna Valley wine region.
The other panel discussions include:
- Wente Clone Comparative Tasting
- What’s Oak Got to Do With It?
- Pairing Chardonnay With Artisanal Cheeses
- Taste the Difference: Exploring California’s Distinct Chardonnay Regions
- Hone Your Chardonnay Blind-Tasting Skills
The Grand Tasting, with 80-plus wineries, will be held at the picturesque Greengate Ranch & Vineyard (GreengateWeddings.com) on Saturday, May 14. Additional events include a Vintners’ Wine Tech Symposium, Sommelier Chardonnay Challenge, La Paulée Dinner and Vintners Awards Ceremony, and new to this year’s Symposium, the Pét-Nat/Sparkling Wine & Oysters Gala.
For more information on the Symposium, and for tickets to the Grand Tasting or other events —including the French Forum— please visit TheChardonnaySymposium.com. When you book your stay at an ICS sponsoring hotel, you will to receive discount on all event tickets.
Enter to Win the VIP $5,000 International Chardonnay Symposium Getaway
Presented by the CA Highway 1 Discovery Route!
Enter to Win the VIP $5,000 Chardonnay Symposium Getaway, May 12-14, 2016! The International Chardonnay Symposium brings top Chardonnay producers from around the world to the classic Californian beach towns of Pismo Beach & Avila Beach and the Edna Valley wine country for an in-depth exploration of the world’s favorite grape and its impact on viticulture, tastemakers and the market.
Your prize includes:
-2 VIP tickets to the Sparkling Wine & Oyster Gala
-8 Tickets (your own personal table) to the La Paulée Dinner & Award Ceremony
-2 Tickets to Pairing Chardonnay & Artisanal Cheese
-8 Tickets to the Grand Tasting
-3 Nights Lodging Accommodations for Two
-Case of Local Wine
Learn more about the International Chardonnay Symposium by clicking here!
2016 International Chardonnay Symposium Celebrates the World’s Favorite Grape
California’s Central Coast hosts a global celebration of Chardonnay
The world’s foremost gathering of Chardonnay producers, The International Chardonnay Symposium, will feature a line-up of top global Chardonnay winemakers, sommeliers, media, trade, foodies and wine enthusiasts during this year’s events, May 12-14, 2016. The Symposium will take place in the classic California beach towns of Pismo Beach and Avila Beach with a grand tasting at the picturesque Greengate Ranch & Vineyard in Edna Valley wine country.
A sampling of panel discussions include:
- Wente Clone Comparative Tasting
- What’s Oak Got to Do With It?
- Pairing Chardonnay With Artisanal Cheese
- Digging In: An International Look at the Effects of Terroir
Additional events include a Vintners’ Wine Tech Symposium, Sommelier Chardonnay Challenge, Grand Tasting, La Paulée Dinner and Awards Ceremony and new to this year’s event, the Pét-Nat, Sparkling Wine and Oysters Gala. Early-bird tickets to the Saturday Grand Tasting are available and can be purchased by visiting TheChardonnaySymposium.com.
About The International Chardonnay Symposium
The International Chardonnay Symposium attracts winemakers, sommeliers, media, trade, foodies, wine enthusiasts and tastemakers from across the globe to enjoy and study the world’s favorite grape. When the discussion ends, there’s plenty of time for exploring nearby Central Coast wineries as well as the hosting seaside resort towns of Pismo Beach and Avila Beach that offer downtown winetasting rooms, pristine beaches, surfing and kayaking, hiking and biking trails, farm-to-table and seaport-inspired cuisine, boutique shopping, and more. The International Chardonnay Symposium is sponsored by The Tasting Panel Magazine, The SOMM Journal, Pismo Beach Conference & Visitors Bureau, Avila Beach Tourism Alliance, and the California Highway 1 Discovery Route. For more information, visit TheChardonnaySymposium.com.
About Pismo Beach, Avila Beach, & Highway 1 Discovery Route of SLO County
San Luis Obispo County’s Pismo Beach, Avila Beach and the Highway 1 Discovery Route destination towns are located on California’s famous Central Coast, halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles. With miles of pristine Pacific coastline, enjoy great weather, a plethora of outdoor activities, rich wild life and nature preserves, downtown wine tasting rooms, and the neighboring world class wine producing regions of the Edna Valley, Avila Valley, Arroyo Grande Valley, Santa Maria Valley and Paso Robles. For information on the wide variety of lodging choices, accommodating every budget and lifestyle, visit Classiccalifornia.com, VisitAvilaBeach.com and Highway1DiscoveryRoute.com.
Sip, Swirl and Savor – Five Ways to Celebrate California Wine Month at Sunset Savor the Central Coast
Sip, Swirl and Savor – Five Ways to Celebrate California Wine Month at Sunset Savor the Central Coast
Taste Through San Luis Obispo County in Just Four Days at California’s Premier, Food, Wine, Travel and Lifestyle Event, September 24-27, 2015
Home to over 280 wineries vinifying 40 different grape varieties, San Luis Obispo County welcomes wine lovers from across the country to celebrate California Wine Month at Volvo Presents Sunset SAVOR the Central Coast. From September 24-27, 2015, Sunset SAVOR the Central Coast offers four wine-soaked days where enthusiasts can taste their way through the acclaimed wine country one glass at a time.
This September, celebrate one of California’s signature agricultural products in San Luis Obispo County, and discover why the area’s two distinct wine regions – San Luis Obispo and Paso Robles – have both earned national acclaim. With countless tasting opportunities, Sunset SAVOR the Central Coast offers a variety of experiences that highlight the county as a whole and provide a delicious snapshot of the entire region.
Five ways to celebrate California Wine Month at Sunset SAVOR the Central Coast
1.) Taste award-winning wines at Strings at Sunset on September 24! Enjoy some of the world’s best wines from a collection of 2015 Sunset International Wine Competition Winners, and experience some of the top wines from California at this brand new opening night spectacular held at the Vina Robles Amphitheatre.
2.) Learn from industry experts during Winemaker Central, and expand your wine knowledge through 45-minute seminars led by some of the top minds in the business, including Sunset wine editor Sara Schneider. Explore Syrahs, sparkling wines, Chardonnays, the art of wine and cheese pairing and even take a behind-the-scenes look at how wine competition judges evaluate a wine. Winemaker Central seminars cover everything from grape to glass.
3.) Indulge in an intimate wine-paired dinner that combines a mouthwatering meal with unforgettable wines. Enjoy a breathtaking Hilltop Dinner at Adelaida Cellars, or farm-to-table cuisine at the Ancient Peaks Wine Dinner at the Historic Paso Robles Inn & Steakhouse; explore the Best of the West with Sunset’s Sara Schneider in a beautiful and private Penthouse Suite overlooking the Dolphin Bay Resort; join popular cookbook author and food blogger Brigit Binns (Oxmoor House, 2015) for an Oak-Kissed Evening Under the Stars in Refugio; and more!
4.) Taste Through the County in One Afternoon at the signature Main Event where over 100 wineries, restaurants, breweries, and food and spirit purveyors from across San Luis Obispo County invite you to sample their delicious fare. Held at the historic Santa Margarita Ranch on September 26 and 27, the Main Event showcases the best of the Central Coast in a culinary journey that your tastebuds will never forget.
5.) Sunday Funday at the Main Event, because a Sunday well spent, brings a week of content. Continue your journey through California wine on Sunday, September 27 and enjoy even more opportunities for tastings and culinary exploration. The afternoon also includes a lineup of live music performances best enjoyed with a glass of vino in hand, including an exciting show from popular indie, rock, folk and Americana based duo, Moonshiner Collective.
To purchase tickets, and for more information about Sunset SAVOR the Central Coast and the 2015 event schedule, visit http://www.savorcentralcoast.com.
SLO “LOCALS ONLY” LIMITED TIME DISCOUNT TO SAVOR
For a limited time, SLO County residents receive 15% off admission to select SAVOR events through August 31, 2015. Held September 24-27, this Californian premier food, wine, travel and lifestyle event, offers four-days of culinary immersion, celebrity chefs, winemakers and more. During the month of August, locals save 15% off both General Admission and VIP tickets to the opening night extravaganza Strings at Sunset on September 24, as well as tickets to the iconic Main Event on September 26 and 27.
Strings at Sunset, the brand new opening night event held at the Vina Robles Amphitheatre, includes tastings of medal-winning wines from the Sunset International Wine Competition, and incredible theatrical performances from award-winning musical artists String Theory and DJ Violinist SPAGS. Guests will savor mouthwatering tasting stations from celebrity chefs, including Joanne Weir, James Beard Award-winning cookbook author of Kitchen Gypsy (Oxmoor House, Sept. 2015); popular food blogger, culinary instructor and author of Eating Up the West Coast (Oxmoor House, 2015), Brigit Binns; former contestant of Bravo’s “Top Chef Masters,” Mary Sue Milliken of Border Grill Restaurants in Santa Monica, and Executive Chef James Siao of Finch & Fork restaurant at Kimpton’s Canary Hotel in Santa Barbara, CA.
Boasting surprises at every corner, locals experience all of this and more in their discounted all-inclusive ticket, which offers 15% off of total ticket price Held at the historic Santa Margarita Ranch, the Main Event presents an epicurean playground showcasing celebrity and master chefs, Sunset expert editors, brew masters and artisanal food producers, including: Frank Pellegrino Jr., co-owner of Rao’s Restaurant Group in New York, Las Vegas and Hollywood; winner of Season 11 of “Top Chef: Last Chance Kitchen” and Executive Chef of Spoonbar in Healdsburg, CA, Louis Maldonado; Executive Chef of FIG Restaurant in Santa Monica, CA, Chef Yousef Ghalaini, and Sunset editors, Sara Schneider, Margo True and Peter Fish. Locals receive 15% off their Single Day or Weekend Passes for the Main Event. “We invite fellow San Luis Obispo County residents to join us as we celebrate our region and showcase the incredible talent found in our own backyard. This year, Sunset SAVOR the Central Coast welcomes an all-star lineup of some of the country’s most talented culinary artisans, who (Continued) will highlight the unique flavors of our region,” said Chuck Davison, President and CEO of Visit San Luis Obispo County.
Discounted tickets to Strings at Sunset and to the Main Event, as either a Single Day or Weekend Pass, can be purchased online at www.savorcentralcoast.com. To receive the special discount, enter the code “LOCAL” at checkout. For more information on Sunset SAVOR the Central Coast, or to plan your weekend, visit the SAVOR website.
Celebrate California Wine Month in Pismo Beach!
Enjoy lodging deals & packages, special events, and discover the magic of Wine & Waves in Pismo Beach during the month of September! Pismo Beach has everything you could dream of in a getaway destination – oceanfront resorts, pristine beaches, breathtaking sunsets, adjacent world class wine regions, downtown wine tasting rooms, restaurants, boutiques, and celebrations. So mark your calendars — get set to make your reservation— and go on a Wine & Waves vacation to Pismo Beach! Visit our website for more information at ClassicCalifornia.com
Celebrate Wine Month this September in the Wine Regions Along the CA Highway 1 Discovery Route Enjoy Downtown and Rural Wine Tasting on the Pacific Coast Wine Trail and taste through the award-winning Pinots and Chardonnays of the Edna and Arroyo Grande Valleys, some of California’s Coolest Winegrowing Regions
California Wine Month, held every September during harvest, makes travel to the three award-winning wine regions found along CA’s Highway 1 Discovery Route even more exciting. The Pacific Coast Wine Trail includes 10 wineries starting in San Simeon at the very celebrated Hearst Ranch Winery, yes, that Hearst, and winds its way down the coast to Stolo Vineyard in Cambria, through both Harmony and Cayucos Cellars, and south to Chateau Margene in Morro Bay. Not to be outdone, there are two American Viticulture Areas with over 25 tasting rooms, known as the Edna and Arroyo Grande Valleys, offering world-renowned Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays grown with the delicate influence of cool marine air from the Pacific Ocean.
While traveling along the CA Highway 1 Discovery Route also discover the 10 diverse artisan towns and seaside villages starting just south of Big Sur, from Ragged Point & San Simeon, Cambria, Cayucos, and Los Osos/Baywood Park, to Avila Beach & Valley, Edna Valley, Arroyo Grande Valley, Oceano and Nipomo,Â just south of San Luis Obispo. This is where rolling hills meet the sparking ocean, vineyards unfold and visitors are invited to stop along the rugged coastline at one of these celebrated Central California wine regions. Located halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, between the Santa Lucia Mountains and the coast, the land exhibits a distinct set of growing conditions that bind the regions together.
Wine Month Celebrations: From music and painting, to Pinot and Paella, there are several special celebrations going on throughout September in honor of the area’s wine excellence, which applaud all that vintners and growers bring to the economy, culture and lifestyle of the Golden State. CA’s Highway One Discovery Route’s many lodging partners are also celebrating with specials during the month of September. No matter the budget, visitors will find the perfect place to stay in a wide array of lodging accommodations including hotels, b&bs and vacation rentals.
Pacific Coast Wine Trail: Discover the originality of the Pacific Coast Wine Trail (PCWT), one sip at a time. Consisting of 10 boutique wineries nestled in quaint, seaside towns dotted along the Pacific Coastline from San Simeon to Morro Bay, the PCWT offers guests a wine experience as unique as the coastal communities themselves. All guests are met with handcrafted, boutique wines, often poured by the owners or winemakers. Those traveling the PCWT are encouraged to complement wine tasting with hiking, antiquing, beach time, a visit to Hearst Castle or viewing the elephant seal rookery; truly a relaxed wine adventure. Be sure to ask about the rich history as each winery along the trail hosts its own unique story:
- Hearst Ranch Winery, tasting room, located on the historical Hearst Property in San Simeon, is situated along the shore in a historic building built in 1852.
- Cutruzzola Vineyards, located in a coastal valley just outside Cambria, has two acres planted to Riesling and five acres to Pinot Noir.
- Black Hand Cellars, in Cambria has a family history of winemaking and draws its name from the Black Hand Mafia having a hankering for Tom’s great-grandfather’s wine.
- Moonstone Cellars, in Cambria, started in 1998 from a father and son venture and, due to gaining popularity, turned into a full-time operation.
- Twin Coyotes, also in Cambria, is the joint venture of twin brothers who source grapes from their own small vineyard.
- Stolo Family Winery, just outside of Cambria, is located on historic property where grappa was secretly made and sold during prohibition.
- Harmony Cellars, in the tiny town of Harmony, is the oldest and most established winery along the Northern Central Coast, having been in operation since 1989.
- Cayucos Cellars, in Cayucos, was established in 1996 by Stuart Selkirk and now his daughter and son follow in his footsteps.
- Chateau Margene, in Morro Bay on the Embarcadero, is a wonderful place to experience fine wines and olive oils.
- Cuatro Dias, in Morro Bay, established by Greg Allen, a fire-fighter who makes wine on his four days off – hence, cuatro dias.
September events along the Pacific Coast Wine Trail: Wineries throughout The PCWT will mark the harvest and celebrate California Wine Month with special tastings, festivals, wine immersion experiences, tours, concerts and more. For more information about California Wine Month events visit the PCWT website.
Edna Valley AVA: Edna Valley, in the heart of SLO Wine Country, is California’s coolest wine growing region, located just five miles from the Pacific Ocean. The northwest-to-southwest orientation of the Edna Valley creates a direct path for cool marine air to filter into the valley from the Los Osos/Morro Bay area. This climate, combined with the calcareous and volcanic soils results in wines with intensity, concentration and fresh, balancing acidity, perfect for Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and aromatic white wines.
Arroyo Grande Valley AVA: The handful of Arroyo Grande Valley wineries currently have a reputation for premium quality wine production. Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Syrah are the top grapes grown here. The climate of Arroyo Grande Wine Country is more diverse than the consistently cool climate of nearby regions. The terrain of Arroyo Grande Valley Wine Country is made of sedimentary and volcanic soils over a layer of bedrock known as the Franciscan Complex. The Franciscan Complex is uplifted oceanic and continental crust that was formed over 100 million years ago.
In honor of California Wine Month, here are some local favorite places for wine and libations in each of the 10 destinations along the California Highway 1 Discovery Route:Arroyo Grande Valley:
Talley Vineyards – Talley Vineyards is a family owned and operated winery that specializes in estate grown chardonnay and pinot noir ideally suited for the climate and soils of the Arroyo Grande and Edna Valleys.
Kynsi Winery – Kynsi is a family owned and operated winery producing distinctive wines from their Estate Stone Corral Vineyard, along with other select cool growing coastal vineyards.
Avila Wine Trail- Nestled beneath the sheltering hills of Point San Luis and the Avila lighthouse, the Avila Wine Trail features family-owned and operated wine venues offering award-winning vintages that capture the essence of wine making on the Central Coast.
Avila Wine & Roasting Company- Featuring small, local, boutique wines that are in high demand, as well as local breweries.
Domaine Le Mieux- Continuing the centuries-old tradition of the Sons of the Unicorn by creating a tantalizing California dry, sparkling apple champagne, crafted from select apple varieties nurtured in the unique microclimate of See Canyon.
Harmony Cellars – Nestled in the hills overlooking the quaint, artisan town of Harmony, just off Highway 1, Harmony Cellars Winery produces award-winning wines and offers a remarkable view of the coastal countryside.
Pacific Coast Wine Trail – Enjoy hand-crafted wines from six small producers along the scenic coast from San Simeon through Cambria and to Harmony.
Full Moon Tasting Room – Visit this ocean view wine bar and bistro nestled in beautiful Cayucos by the sea in the heart of the CA Highway 1 Discovery Route.
Cayucos Cellars – Cayucos Cellars is a small winery with a family workforce located in the coastal hills above Cayucos.
Claiborne & Churchill – Bring a picnic lunch and savor fine wines while enjoying the lovely mountain and vineyard views.
Baileyana – Come enjoy stunning views and beautiful picnic grounds at the century-old Independence Schoolhouse, where Baileyana is poured alongside its sister wineries Tangent, Trenza, Cadre and Zocker.
Los Osos & Baywood Park:
Baywood Ale House – Baywood Ale House is perfect for what ails you. Open daily and serving up some delicious fare in addition to a wide selection of beers on tap.
Stax Wine Bar & Bistro – Come choose from over 100 local and International wines, along with a variety of local and imported beer.
Laetitia Vineyard & Winery – Located in Southern San Luis Obispo County, our coastal property overlooks the Pacific Ocean. Originally known for Methodé Champenoise sparkling wines, Laetitia continues to produce seven unique sparkling wines.
Willow – Willow is a craft beer and wine bar, deli/restaurant, and specialty market all in one.
Monarch Grove Winery – The fruit we buy comes from the unique climate here on the Central Coast. We can select from dry, hot zinfandel to a cool pinot noir.
Tastes of the Valleys – Enjoy a wine flight, a glass from our extensive wine list or take a few bottles home – at the best prices in the area.
San Simeon & Ragged Point:
Hearst Ranch Winery – Our fine wines uphold the Hearst Ranch legacy of quality. Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Late Harvest Zinfandel and a Reserve Blend.
Wise Owl – Wise Owl features books, live music, a cafe, wine tasting and more.
For more information regarding wine, craft beer and culinary options and multi-day itineraries along CA’s Highway 1 Discovery Route, visit: www.winecoastcountry.com/wine-craft-beer-culinary