Photo Credit: Max Delsid
March is the perfect month to be out and about in Paso Robles; The vines begin to bud, the wildflowers begin to bloom, and the weather is perfectly mild. But the flowers and buds aren’t the only delightful view; it is also the perfect time to arrive at the wineries and local event and find out that you have avoided the high season crowds.
If you happen to be visiting Paso Robles on March 9th to 10th and love crab, be sure to check out Mitchella’s 9th Annual Crab Feed. Hosted at Mitchella Vineyard & Winery, the Crab Feed features all you can eat Dungeness Crab with salad, bread, dessert and a glass of wine. It is the perfect way to fill your appetite and indulge in your buttery crab fantasy. Note: Tickets for this event are required and range from $60-$70.
Are you arriving in town for Paso Robles festival weekend? This is the time for you to stop by CASS Winery for their sunset social and relax. The social, happening on March 15th, offers live music, a chance to savor the sunset and enjoy local food and wine. The social begins at 5:30 PM, and provides you with the perfect opportunity to cheers to the weekend. Note: Tickets are required for all attendees for $10 per person.
Zinfandel Weekend which takes place from March 15th-17th at the Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance is where a celebration of Paso Robles heritage variety, Zinfandel, takes place. Start your weekend off by attending the Vintage Paso: Zinposium Seminar that features a panel of winemakers, tasting you through the heritage grape. If the seminar isn’t enough to fill your curiosity about the heritage variety, be sure to check out the Vintage Paso: Z After Party and other events happening over the course of the weekend as well. Note: Tickets for each event are required and start at $40.