Jan 17

Zinfandel Experience 2019

January 17, 2019 to January 19, 2019
Feb 08

Mushroom Discovery Class Series

February 8, 2019 to February 10, 2019
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 SLO County preserves and presents two centuries of local viticulture through research, interviews, exhibitions, publications, talks and tastings. We work with local museums, galleries, archives, and wineries to organize events and exhibitions 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

New Times, Oct. 22, 2018

The Wine History Project takes a delicious journey back in time with Ian McPhee and Gary Eberle. When a red wine glass is on the table in front of you, the waitress is handing you a glass of Eberle Mill Road Viognier, and it’s not even noon yet, you know you’re in for a good Sunday brunch.

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Winemaker John Munch: A Paso Robles Legend

Vintner John Munch was a maverick before arriving in Paso Robles, so it’s no wonder he was drawn to the wild west spirit of the region and decided to put roots down in the late 1970s. An intrinsic part of Paso Robles wine history, the legendary winemaker will be roasted and toasted by his peers and friends at the 4th Annual Fryers Celebrity Roast on October 28 at Terra Mia in Paso Robles.

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Wine History: 1769 to 1800

The art of winemaking and the rootstock that we call the Mission Grape, belonging to the famed Vitis vinifera species of grapes, were brought to California by the Spaniards. The grape, first known as Listan Prieto, arrived in Mexico around 1540 and was planted in what is now New Mexico in the 1620s.

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