New Passport to Taste offers yet another reason to stay and play along the Coast
NORTH SLO COAST – The Pacific Coast Wine Trail has added yet another reason to visit the North Coast of San Luis Obispo County. This region, known for its untouched stretches of coastline, also boasts ten boutique wineries dotted along scenic Highway 1. Coined the Pacific Coast Wine Trail, these boutique wineries have recently launched a Tasting Passport inviting wine lovers to visit and taste at each unique destination. Guests who travel the Trail and collect a stamp at five or more wineries will be entered into a semi-annual drawing to win a wine lifestyle package. Tasters who visit all ten wineries will be entered in the drawing and earn a VIP Card good for a 10% discount at each winery. Passports can be downloaded from the website or collected at any of the ten wineries. What a perfect addition to seeing the sites along the beautiful coast.
The Pacific Coast Wine Trail was established in January 2013 by seven wineries and has quickly grown to ten. The Trail stretches along the coast from San Simeon to Morro Bay and includes; Hearst Ranch Winery, Cutruzzola Vineyards, Moonstone Cellars, Black Hand Cellars, Twin Coyotes Winery, Stolo Family Vineyards, Harmony Cellars, Cayucos Cellars, Chateau Margene, and Cuatro Dias. Each stop features hand-crafted wines that are often poured by the owners or winemakers themselves.
Please visit the website at PacificCoastWineTrail.com for more information and to download a passport.