Beau and Riley would like everyone to come out and support The 4th Annual Wine 4 Paws on April 14-15. 70 wineries from Edna Valley to San Miguel will be participating. To take part all you need to do is visit any of those wineries that weekend. You can find a list of participants at www.wineforpaws.com . These generous wineries will be donating either a percent of your purchase or your tasting Fee to Woods Humane Society.
Need a map to find your way to the Wine 4 Paws Wineries? You can contact Beau & Riley , print a map & passport from www.wineforpaws.com, or pick one up at any participating winery that weekend.” Passport, you say? That’s right – it’s FREE, and when you help a winery generate a donation, they’ll stamp your passport”. With four stamps you can turn that passport in to any winery when you’re done, and you’ll be entered in the Wine 4 Paws raffle. Who knows, you might win a private tasting plus wine for you and some friends, a free wine tasting tour, a night’s stay here in Paso Robles, or other great prizes – you’ll get a reason to return to Paso and reap the benefits of Wine 4 Paws! To see a list of prizes, visit the website.
If you’re looking to park yourself at one location for the day, visit the wineries with special events that weekend. Mondo Cellars will donate a percent of their sales not only Saturday & Sunday, but also from that Friday’s Sunset Happy Hour. Moreover, there’s a BBQ from 4-7 on Saturday at Mondo Cellars with the proceeds going to Woods.
The following weekend is the 6th annual Earth Day Food & Wine Festival. It is a weekend celebration of all that's best on the Central Coast, including over 200 purveyors of sustainably produced foods and wine. April 20-21. The main event is Saturday's Earth Day Food & Wine Tasting at Pomar Junction Vineyard & Winery. Over 200 purveyors of sustainably produced foods and wine will be on hand for a truly unique event: growers, vintners, and chefs coming together to serve out-of-this-world pairings of award-winning wines with one-of-a-kind dishes made with locally-sourced fruits, vegetables, meats, cheeses, olive oils, chocolates, and more. For more information on the event go to http://www.earthdayfoodandwine.com/.
What is more fun than enjoying good wine for a cause and wine and food with a conscience!!