Wed 31

Paderewski Festival 2018

October 31 |8:00 am to November 4 |5:00 pm PDT
Nov 02

Harvest On The Coast 2018

November 2 to November 4
Dec 01

Winter Chumash Kitchen

December 1 |9:00 am to 1:30 pm PST
Mar 02

Hospitality Uncorked 2019

March 2, 2019 |6:00 pm to 10:00 pm PST

The Wine History Project

The Wine History Project of San Luis Obispo County preserves and presents two centuries of local viticulture through research and interviews, exhibitions and publications, talks and demonstrations, plantings and harvestings, and food and wine tastings. We work with local museums and archives and organize events in venues throughout the county.

Together We Can Preserve the Story of Central Coast Winemaking


3592 Broad Street,
Suite 104,
San Luis Obispo,
CA 93401


(805) 439-4647


Open Hours

By Appointment

Recent Articles


By Sarah Lohman I started baking as soon as I could stand. I’d pull up my helper stool next to my mom, and we’d add a teaspoon of vanilla to cookies, cakes, and fluffy whipped creams. But it took me until my 30s to wonder -- “Wait, what even IS vanilla?”...

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A Brief History of Ice Cream

The crank ice cream maker was invented in Philadelphia in 1843, which was easier and more efficient than previous methods, and delivered a more consistently smooth and creamy  ice cream. An ice cream vendor from “City Cries” 1850. He’s using an old-style...

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Tombs, Trellises and Troughs

Wine history is in Egypt is painted on the walls of the ancient Tombs. Thus we can visualize the vineyards along the Nile where the western bank of the river was the best area for planting vines. Terrace were built on higher grand to protect the vineyards...

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