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Paso Robles Wine Festival

There is nothing like four days of tasting wine in beautiful Paso Robles to put you in a good mood. Better yet, four days of wine, food, and music. 

The Paso Robles Wine Festival is back! Thirty-three years in the running, the festival attracts tourists, connoisseurs, and wine fiends from all across the region. Come join the party in beautiful May, and get a taste of what Paso Robles is all about. 

The festival will take place in the charming Downtown City Park where there will be a rotation of different epicurean treats and wines followed by a selection of wine maker dinners on the night of Thursday 14th. 

On Friday there will be the RESERVE event where select wineries bring their Library, Reserve and White/Rosé wines to taste along with gourmet treats to cleanse your palate. 

Saturday offers a Winemaker Seminar! At the seminar you can learn about different types of wine and the detailed process of harvesting. 

After the seminar comes the best part – the Grand Tasting! At the Grand Tasting, 70 wineries from around the area come together to showcase their very best wines. The tasting will be organized by regions so you will easily be able to find your way through Bordeaux-style, Rhône-style, Zinfandel, Burgundian-style, Italian varieties and Wild Wines all in one place! 

To top it all off, the Damon Castillo Band will be performing during the grand tasting to underscore your perfect afternoon. 

Tickets are available now! Don’t wait, get them now before it’s too late! Ticketholders must be 21+. 

The Adelaide Inn is just a few steps away from all the action. Why not stay with us for the best comfort while you taste your favorite wines? Contact us now for the best rates guaranteed.

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