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posted by: Best Western Plus Black Oak on: February 10, 2022

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Another wine festival is coming to Paso Robles, and we couldn’t be more excited! 

BlendFest on the Coast is the only wine event dedicated to blends, and it’s taking over the California coast from February 24th until the 27th. 

Taking up residence in the nearby cities of Cambria and San Simeon, BlendFest on the Coast is a celebration of Paso Robles winemakers who love to blend their wine to make something delicious. In essence, BlendFest is all about showcasing unique and unconventional wine. 

Over the course of the four-day event, there will be all kinds of excursions, seminars, tastings, and workshops. 

The schedule of events currently includes several winemakers dinners, where guests are invited to dine with some of Paso Robles’ best wine creators and sip blended wines paired with tasty bites.

There will also be coastal excursions along the Highway One Discovery Route and a Blending Seminar by the Coast, where guests can become a winemaker for a day, getting the opportunity to create their own blended wine with instruction from three of the top winemakers in the area.

Finally, BlendFest on the Coast will conclude with a Sunset Grand Tasting where 42 renowned Paso Robles wineries will unite to showcase their distinct blends. This event will be held on the Sundance Lawn of the Oceanpoint Ranch in Cambria, known for its sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean. Sounds like pure magic to us!

What are you waiting for? Grab your tickets to BlendFest on the Coast 2022 today!

Overall, if you’re going to be in Paso Robles at the end of February, we recommend attending BlendFest on the Coast. And if you need a place to stay during your visit, you’re always welcome at the Best Western Plus Black Oak. We are conveniently located in the nearby town of Paso Robles, only a short drive from Cambria and San Simeon.

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