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
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Heather Muran, Karen Petersen, Cindy Lambert, and Libbie Agran of the Wine History Project Gary and Marcy Eberle celebrated 40 years of winemaking in Paso Robles at the Eberle Winery Legacy Gala on Saturday, July 13th, 2019. Over 300 guests attended the celebration...
The Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance in partnership with San Luis Obispo Coast Wine Collective, Independent Grape Growers of the Paso Robles Area, Vineyard Team, and past award recipients worked together to identify the 2019 winners. The honorees are evaluated on...
1902 Silas York (of the York Family) becomes a partner in A. York and Sons. By 1902 A. York and Sons Winery was making 40,000 gallons of wine per year. They sold locally but also shipped wine to the East Coast in railroad tank cars. 1905The Dallidet vineyards, lost to...
1911Walter and Silas York, sons of Andrew York, took over the management of York Winery and renamed it York Brothers Winery. They increased production to 100,000 gallons annually. York Brothers Winery became the largest winery in San Luis Obispo County.1913A. B...
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