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Did you know that Paso Robles is making Cabernet Sauvignon that rivals some of the best in the world? Find out how DAOU and some others are raising the bar.
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Just like with your favorite bands, you'll want to discover these new wineries before they get too popular! In Santa Barbara County...
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Continuing my Central Coast Winery tour...Part Two: San Luis Obispo County (mostly Paso Robles)
http://backcountrywines.com/central-coast/central-coast-wineries-part-two
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If you want some recommendations for new wineries to check out, here are some great ones I've found in Monterey.
http://backcountrywines.com/central-coast/a-tour-of-central-coast-wineries
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On a recent visit to the Anderson Valley, I discovered several new wineries. Check out all these new places to visit in one of my favorite off-the-beaten-path wine regions.  http://backcountrywines.com/anderson-valley/anderson-valley-wineries-new-discoveries
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Here's a great story about Stolpman Vineyards in Santa Barbara County. Cool project they are doing with their vineyard crew! http://backcountrywines.com/featured-wineries/stolpman-vineyards-la-cuadrilla-santa-barbara-county
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A good opportunity to check out the wineries of Santa Cruz Mountains. I particularly recommend stops at Big Basin Vineyards and Windy Oaks.
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Can you imagine zip lining with a glass of wine in your hand? Not recommended! Here are several activities you can do in the Santa Cruz Mountains -- just be sure to do some of them separately.
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When you think of summer wine festivals, does your mind go to sunshine? Of course it does! Well, leave it to me to recommend wine festivals in August that take place in two of the coldest, foggiest summer climates in the world: the Sonoma Coast and San Francisco. But it is well worth it to be able to taste some rare, wonderful wines while enjoying exceptional food and music.
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