The Paso Robles wine region is getting some major recognition.
Paso Robles will be highlighted in an 11-page feature story in Wine Spectator’s June 30 issue.
The popular wine magazine calls Paso Robles one of the most exciting wine regions in the state and praises Paso Robles for its “great wine, delicious food, luxury digs, and small-town charm.”
The article says “the vibe around Paso blends cowboy roots with modern sensibilities,” noting that more than a million visitors flock to the region each year.
The story will also highlight great places to eat, stay, and drink wine when staying in the area.
“We’ve known for a long while how special Paso is, but to have one of the world’s foremost wine magazines declare our region one of the most exciting in California is thrilling, and a boon for the community,” said Joel Peterson, Executive Director of the Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance.
“Paso Robles has been undergoing a renaissance over the last 20 years. Luxury hotels, fine dining, and a spirit of collaboration, now complement our world-class wine community as we continue to grow our tourism economy. As the article mentions, we’re a premier destination, yet our small-town charm continues to shine bright,” said Danna Stroud, Executive Director of Travel Paso.