Food & Drink

Paso Robles Wine Country experience comes to Scottsdale

Posted 10/5/22

The Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance, in conjunction with Travel Paso, will bring the Paso Robles Wine Country experience to Scottsdale on Thursday, Oct. 27.

More than 20 wineries and the makers …

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Food & Drink

Paso Robles Wine Country experience comes to Scottsdale

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The Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance, in conjunction with Travel Paso, will bring the Paso Robles Wine Country experience to Scottsdale on Thursday, Oct. 27.

More than 20 wineries and the makers behind crafted products will be sampling at The McCormick Scottsdale Resort from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Participating wineries to date include: Ancient Peaks Winery, Austin Hope & Treana Tasting Cellar, Booker Vineyard and Winery, Broadside, DAOU, Derby Wine Estates, Dilécta Wines, Eberle Winery, Epoch Estate Wines, Fulldraw Vineyard, Hearst Ranch Winery- Paso Robles, J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines, McPrice Myers Wines, My Favorite Neighbor, Niner Wine Estates, Riboli Family of San Antonio Winery, Tooth & Nail Wine Company, Vina Robles Vineyards & Winery, and WarRoom Cellars.

In addition to the 100+ wines from the award-winning Paso winery producers, Travel Paso is creating a destination showcase with hospitality partners and will include Paso-based goods like olive oil, honey, spirits, and more, according to a press release. Light appetizers will be on offer to accompany the delicious Paso Robles wines. 

Tickets to attend the 6 p.m. tasting are $65 per person and can be purchased at pasowine.com.

“The Paso Robles wine region is so excited to bring our wines and winemakers to Scottsdale,” said Joel Peterson, executive director of the Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance. “The Phoenix and Scottsdale area has long loved the wines from Paso Robles and the direct flights make it easier for us to connect.”

Now with direct flights from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport to San Luis Obispo County Airport, Arizonans can enjoy a Paso Robles wine country experience in the same day as departure.

Visit pasowine.com to learn more about the Paso Robles Tasting Tour in Scottsdale and to purchase tickets to attend.

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