Saturday, June 4, 2011

Rolling Out the Barrels in the Happiest Place in the USA

I would like to think that any Wine Country destination is the "Happiest Place in the USA," but the good folks at USA Today and The Oprah Winfrey Show proclaimed the quaint Central Coast town of San Luis Obispo to be the number one place to visit and live in the nation.  Who am I to disagree?!

From June 23-26, 2011, the San Luis Obispo Vintners Association will host the 21st Annual Roll Out the Barrels Weekend in SLO Wine Country, which is comprised of three viticultural areas: the Edna Valley, Arroyo Grande Valley and the Avila Valley.  There are approximately two dozen wineries in the region that hand-craft bottlings of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Syrah, Zinfandel and other varietals.  These wineries will swing their doors open and roll out the barrels for a weekend of wine, food and friends.

There is a unbridled charm associated with this historic and growing wine enclave in the Central Coast.  From the shoreline of the Pacific Ocean to the Edna Valley, there are countless award-winning wineries, restaurants and activities that feed the indulgence to "Savor the SLO Life."

However you plan your itinerary for the 21st Annual Roll Out the Barrels Weekend, be sure to visit these wineries from the recent article at Central Coast Uncorked, Savoring the SLO Life in the Edna Valley.  Enjoy the weekend in San Luis Obispo!  Cheers!

21st Annual Roll Out the Barrels Weekend
June 23-26, 2011
SLO Wine Country (Map)

June 23 - Barrels in the Plaza ($30)
June 24 - Friday Night Dinners and Social Events
June 25-26 - Saturday and Sunday Passport to SLO Wine Country

The San Luis Obispo Vintners Association produced this video to highlight the festivities at the upcoming Roll Out the Barrels Weekend in SLO Wine Country.

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