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At Castoro Cellars we host events year round, from concerts and festivals to weddings and private parties.  Make sure to check the calendar below to see what we have in store!

 Joe Schwartz
Art Show Featuring
Joe Schwartz

Joe Schwartz, documentary photographer, was born in Brooklyn, New York in1913 and passed away, a local resident in Atascadero in 2013. The City of Atascadero’s Centennial celebration included and honored Joe Schwartz’s centennial year just one month prior to his death.

Joe’s black and white street photography depicts ordinary people, predominately children in interracial interactions, getting along. Joe’s mantra was, “We Can All Get Along,” thus the title of this exhibit.

One of the important aspects of his photography was that he focused on civil rights issues long before the active civil rights era. Joe had the compassion and concern, even as a young man, for the social issues of the time (1930s - 1940s in New York and 1950s - 1980s in California.) His camera lens was the means in which he expressed this concern for others and the injustices of society, as indicated by the title of his photo book for sale here, “Folk Photography, Poems I’ve Never Written.” His photographs were his poems to humanity.

He was a member of the legendary Photo League of New York where he was mentored by some of the great photographers of his time. He was also a Combat Photographer during WWII in Iwo Jima.

The newest Smithsonian Museum of African American History and Culture on the National Mall exhibits a selection of Joe’s works on their walls. His legacy will be shared with many.

For more information visit his website


A Whale Rock Reunion Show
Castoro Presents
A Whale Rock Reunion Show
February 16th 2018
Save A Whale Rock Reunion Show 160218 - 160218 6
$10.00 per person (SOLD OUT)

Mark your calendars for this Whale Rock Reunion Show!

Bear Market Roit & The Coffis Brothers are teaming up for a night you wont want to miss. 

Doors open at 6pm, Show starts at 7pm

Food available for purchase from Choco's Mexican Grill from 6-730pm


  • Torta $10.00 Your choice of meat with cheese, sour cream, guacamole, and cabbage salad all on a bun.
  • Nachos $10.00 Your choice of meat, beans, cabbage salad, our cream, cheese and guacamole all on top of a bed of chips.
  • Burritos $10.00 Your choice of meat, beans, rice, cheese, sour cream, guacamole , and cabbage salad all wrapped in a flour tortilla.
  •  4 street tacos $10.00 Your choice of meat all the same or mix and match.
  • Meat options:
  • Carne Asada (beef)
  • Pollo Asado (chicken)
  • Al Pastor (pork)
  • Fish ( tilapia)
  • Grilled as ordered
  • Veggie (shiitake mushroom and zucchini mix)
  • Grilled as ordered

Bear Market Riot is Power-Folk Americana from the California Central Coast. A duo blending everything from folk to R&B into an infectious sound that could only come from two bearded men playing seven instruments while keeping the dance floor satisfied. Nordby and Motil captivate audiences of all-ages with tight harmonies, catchy originals, and an arsenal of high-energy originally interpreted covers

Want to learn more about BMR? Click HERE


The Coffis Brothers & The Mountain Men are a rootsy rock n’ roll band born and raised in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Influenced by those early surroundings, songwriters Jamie and Kellen Coffis’ blend of folk, blues, R&B and straight-ahead rock is evidence an upbringing spent listening to all of the right records from Tom Petty, Neil Young, and The Beatles.

Want to learn more about the Coffis Brothers? Click HERE

Maeve Croghan
Art Show Featuring
Maeve Croghan
Month of March and April 2018
Save Maeve Croghan 03/01/18 - 04/30/18 6

Month of March and April:

Maeve Croghan's innovative interpretations of the nature painting genre have gained her much acclaim.   Maeve grew up living every summer on a remote island in Northern Michigan.  Here she developed a deep reverence for the lakes, woods, the surrounding lands and Nature.  When Maeve first visited California many years ago, she was overwhelmed by the magnificence of California's natural beauty.   She paints from a deep spiritual connection to the environment.  Her love of the land is understood in her energetic and color filled paintings.

Maeve Croghan's innovative interpretations of the nature painting genre have gained her much acclaim.   Maeve grew up living every summer on a remote island in Northern Michigan.  Here she developed a deep reverence for the lakes, woods, the surrounding lands and Nature.  When Maeve first visited California many years ago, she was overwhelmed by the magnificence of California's natural beauty.   She paints from a deep spiritual connection to the environment.  Her love of the land is understood in her energetic and color filled paintings.

Maeve’s oil paintings are begun outside.  She intensely observes the environment, becoming immersed in it as she paints.  The paintings are finished in the studio from her memory and personal interpretation, without photo references. 

Maeve has been painting since she was 15.  She studied at the San Francisco Art Institute [BFA program] for many years, as well the Portland Museum Art School and Corcoran School of Art.  She has a BA from New College of California in 'Art and Education' focusing on Art and Social Change.    

Maeve’s paintings have been chosen for multiple editions of  the juried books, “ART of Northern California” & “American Art Collector”, as well the "Studio Visit" art journal.  She has also been the recipient of many prestigious juried  awards.  Her paintings have been shown in many galleries around the country and in museum showings in Alaska, California, Oregon, New Mexico, Michigan and Japan. Most recently her paintings were chosen for exhibits at the Matsumoto Museum in Matsumoto, Japan, and for the Museum of the Living Artist in san Diego, Ca.  Her paintings are featured on the wine labels of  Castoro Cellars from Paso Robles, Ca.  Her work is in prominent collections throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe, Japan and Mexico. 

Maeve is the founder of the Mendocino Eco Artists, a professional group of artists who join together and have exhibits benefitting and bringing publicity for different environmental causes.  She is also a founding member of the 'Mackinac 7' Artists group of Mackinac Island, Michigan, a long time member of the Mendocino Plein Air Painters,(PAPM), and on the board of the Spring Open Studios Advisory Board at Hunters Point Artists' Studios in San Francisco. 

She teaches Plein air classes in Northern California, as well as in other locations around the country.

Maeve’s studio is located at Hunters Point Artists’ Shipyard Community, in San Francisco, California. 


I begin my paintings outside in nature.  There, I am influenced by the all the elements.  This affects my painting & the feeling I put into the paintings.  Being at the site allows me to deeply experience the nature as I am painting it.

 My subjects are carefully chosen to reflect a certain feeling I want to convey.  I am interested in how humans affect nature & how nature seems defy human touch. Often, I am attracted to the powerful twisty forms of old oaks, orchards and vines. I admire their ability to live through the elements - droughts, storms, great temperature differences.  And, the delicate amazing beauty of a wildflower and grasses can have equal allure. For me these beings possess a kind knowledge beyond our normal human understanding.  

 My paintings are completed in the studio.  At this point, I work from memory and feeling. As the work evolves, it often changes from the original scene, taking on its own life.  The paintings eventually become icons of my subjects.  There is a deep personal experience with each painting which always remains with me.

I try to keep the materials I use close to nature. I only use high quality oil paints ground from pigments and linseed oil - no synthetic materials. 

It is my wish that my paintings will bring this most important subject - nature and the environment - closer to the viewers attention and consciousness.  Through my art, people are enabled to experience nature in ways they may not have previously conceived of. 

Zoo to You Safari Weekend
46West Wineries Fundraiser
Zoo to You Safari Weekend

It’s Back!  One of the 46West Winery's more popular events of the year!

The  Wine Safari Weekend, scheduled for the weekend of March 3rd and 4th, from 11:00 – 3:00pm on Saturday and Sunday.





The 46 West Wineries Group will be raising funds for Zoo to You, a local non-profit organization that rescues and rehabilitates wild animals from all over California. This organization has informative programs in place to educate our children and our communities to respect and care for animals, their habitats, and the world at large.


Purchase a Safari Pass for $30* with a portion of sales donated directly to Zoo to You. (*plus processing fee). Your Safari Pass is good for Complimentary Wine Tasting at the participating 46 West Winerieseach participating winery will be hosting one of Zoo to You’s “Animal Ambassadors” for a meet and greet. Come out and support a great local organization and have fun while doing it! 

SLOFolks presents

This is an indoor show.

Doors open at 6:30pm, and the show starts at 7:30pm

Click HERE for ticket


Tickets are non-refundable & seats are first come first serve

Daimh – Gaelic Supergroup and un-challenged champions of straight in the eye Highland music are based around West Lochaber and the Isle of Skye.

Want to learn more about Daimh? click HERE

Vintage Paso: Zinfest Weekend
Castoro Cellars
Vintage Paso: Zinfest Weekend

Mark you calendar for

Vintage Paso Weekend, and celebrate our heritage! 

$10 per person/ free for members

Tastings, vineyard tours, barrel samples & chocolate pairings


Saturday March 17th

food for purchase from Javed Kabaab 1-4pm

Live music from 12-4pm by Trevor Larkin


Sunday March 18th

Live music from 12-4pm from Proxima Prada

Vintage Paso Weekend celebrates the wines that put Paso Robles on the map, Zinfandel and other wild wines were the first varieties planted in Paso Robles back in the 1880's.

Zinfest Dinner
Zinfest Dinner
Friday March 16th 2018
Save Zinfest Dinner 16/03/18 - 16/03/18 6
$100/$90 for members

Enjoy an intimate Evening of 

Food, Wine & Music

Featuring Chef Greg Ehrlich & Jessica Childress

A Mutli-course Dinner Paired with Castoro Wines

Doors Open at 6pm; dinner at 7pm


Smoked beets | local yogurt | spiced hazelnuts | orange maple glaze

N.Y. Strip | root vegetables | goat cheese potato mash | zinfandel reduction

Chocolate | berries | black pepper whip cream

Get Your Tickets HERE

Chef Greg's food is influenced by his love of global travel and cuisine. He is known for marrying flavors from around the world with the bounty of ingredients found on the West Coast. This year's dinner will be an intimate evening of food, wine and great music.


Smoked beets | local yogurt | spiced hazelnuts | orange maple glaze

N.Y. Strip | root vegetables | goat cheese potato mash | zinfandel reduction

Chocolate | berries | black pepper whip cream

Chocolate | berries | black pepper whip cream

Musician, Jessica Childress is an LA-based singer/songwriter reminiscent of the golden age of classic soul, with an enormous voice that combines traditional R&B with a rock n' roll energy. Since her national music debut on Season 4 of NBC’s The Voice, she’s opened for Charles Bradley, The Family Stone, Patti Labelle, Allen Stone and performed at SXSW, Sunset Strip Music Festival, Long Beach NYE, and Bottlerock Napa 2017

what to know more about Jessica? CLICK HERE

Yoga, Brunch & Bubbles
Castoro Cellars Presents
Yoga, Brunch & Bubbles

Yoga, Brunch and Bubbles!

All levels yoga class in a beautiful setting followed by a delicious brunch.


Get Your Tickets HERE

This class will be taught by our in house Yogini: Lauren Harvey.  Class will be held inside the Castoro Events Gallery.  Lauren teaches all over the central coast and has a diverse background teaching a broad spectrum of styles including Hatha, Vinyasa Flow, Yin and meditation classes.

8:45am Check In
9-10am Class
10-11am Brunch


Water will be provided but please bring your own reusable canteen.
Make sure to bring your mat. 
Dress in layers because it may be a brisk morning. 

Guests receive 15% off any wine purchases at Castoro for the rest of the day!

Doug MacLeod
SLOFolks Presents
Doug MacLeod

"Doug MacLeod is an acoustic roots master. He has been using guitars and voice to create his own unique musical vision for over fifty years..."


This is an indoor show

Doors Open at 6:30pm, and the show starts at 7:30pm

tickets are $20 per person



Tickets are non-refundable & seats are first come first serve

Active since the mid-1980s and with about two dozen entries in his discography, Doug MacLeod sets up camp in a rare niche of storytelling bluesman that are attuned to the textures and rhythms of life.

On this excursion, the wry Californian's distinctive singing voice and straight-talking guitar comment on a "rough-and-tumble" woman, staying true to oneself, the road back home, the splendor of the Blue Ridge Mountains and more. Subtle and firm support is supplied by seasoned pros Mike Thompson on piano, Denny Croy on bass and Jim Botti on drums.

9th Annual Wine 4 Paws
9th Annual Wine 4 Paws

If you've been to Castoro's Tasting Room then you've met our adorable winery cat Vinnie.  We love our kitties around here, so to support our furry friends we will be participating in Wine4Paws event. 

Wine 4 Paws is a fundraiser benefiting Woods Humane Society.  Visit the Tasting Room and a portion of the day’s sales will be donated. 

Join us for the 10th Annual Wine 4 Paws!
Visit Castoro Cellars or one of the many participating wineries April 7th & 8th, where we will be donating a portion of your purchases to Woods Humane Society. No advance tickets needed; simply come into our Tasting Room!

 Get your passport stamped when you taste to help generate a donation. Turn your stamped passport in to any winery when it’s full and you’ll be entered in our drawing for some great prizes!


Get in to the spirit (and support the animals at Woods) with your own Wine 4 Paws shirts and gear

Keith Lenaburg
Art show featuring
Keith Lenaburg
Month of May and June
Save Keith Lenaburg 010518 - 010518 6

This show, titled "First Wave of Consciousness" showcases Keith's talent in creating beautiful pieces of abstract art by using different pouring techniques and then applying nature's forces to them. Some pieces are spun or tilted to create the desired effect, while others are created solely by gravity and the interaction between paints of different densities. Some pieces are created almost instantaneously, while others take hours or even days to come to final form. In many pieces, Keith uses metallic paint, which gives the piece depth and makes colors look different depending on how the light hits them.

Keith Lenaburg is a contemporary fine artist who lives and works in Santa Barbara, CA. He discovered early on that creating art is an essential part of his happiness, and chose to follow his passion by earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts with an emphasis in painting from The University of California, Santa Barbara.

Lenaburg excels in a variety of media including fluid art, reverse glass paintings, and colored pencils. He uses vibrant colors and layers to create artwork that is both appealing and visually engaging, and is open to interpretation by the viewer. He finds fulfillment in creating special, unique pieces of art that inspire joy.

In addition, Lenaburg developed a technique that transforms ordinary photos into a work of art, using acrylic paint to create the reverse image on the back side of the glass and incorporating a paper inlay to give the piece added dimension. The resulting monochromatic piece looks like a photograph from far away, but as the viewer steps closer, it becomes clear that the image is formed from smaller abstract shapes.

Finally, Lenaburg specializes in colored pencil drawings. These pieces showcase his meticulous attention to detail. He uses vibrant colors, many layers, and expert blending to achieve photorealistic results.

More examples of Keith's work click HERE

Hanneke Cassel Trio
SLOFolks Presents
Hanneke Cassel Trio
Saturday May 5th 2018
Save Hanneke Cassel Trio 050518 - 050518 6
$20 per person

This is an indoor show

Doors Open at 6:30pm, and the show starts at 7:30pm

tickets are $20 per person

Get you Tickets HERE


Tickets are non-refundable & seats are first come first serve

The Hanneke Cassel Band features Mike Block on cello and alternating guitarists Keith Murphy and Christopher Lewis. Fusing influences from the Isle of Skye and Cape Breton with Americana grooves and musical innovations, this group creates a cutting-edge acoustic sound that retains the integrity and spirit of the Scottish tradition.

Want to laern more about the trio? CLICK HERE

Próxima Parada
Lazy Locals Mother's Day Concert FT
Próxima Parada

What better way to celebrate Mom, then in Paso Robles Wine Country!?!

Bring family and friends to Castoro on Mother's Day to help us kickoff our Lazy Locals Concert series featuring

Próxima Parada jammin' from 1-4pm.

food for purchase by Hurrican Kitchen

and Harmony Creamery 


Wine Festival Weekend
Wine Festival Weekend

36th Annual Wine Festival Weekend

Come join us for a weekend full of good music, good food, and DAM fine wine! 



Save the date!

May 17th - 20th 2018

Join Paso Robles Wine Country for the 36th Annual Wine Festival Weekend! It is a celebration of the innovation, triumphs, and character of this spectacular region. For more detailed information visit the Wine Festival Page.

The Martin Paris Band
Lazy Locals Concert: Father's Day
The Martin Paris Band

Treat Dad to some Dam Fine Wine and perfectly paired music.

Live Music by the Martin Paris Band from 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

The Martin Paris Band plays a variety of musical genres including Rock, Pop, and Country. 

Food will be available for purchase. 

Martin Paris is a contemporary acoustic finger style guitarist. Drawing on inspiration from California’s pristine wine country, under layered by a strong faith and family, Martin brings his versatile array of original material and adds his unique style to some familiar favorites. His music takes you on an instrumental journey by blending pop, rock, folk, blues and ballads. Listeners and fans have called the music catchy, toe-tapping, beautiful and profoundly thought provoking.
Martin was first taught guitar by his father at age twelve. Shortly thereafter becoming influenced by such artists as Eric Clapton, the Doobie Brothers, James Taylor and Loggins & Messina. As he honed his craft, finger style influences included Laurence Juber, Tommy Emmanuel, Peppino D’Agostino and Acoustic Alchemy.

Martin has three projects available and released on Solid Air Records, a Grammy award winning label, “Turning Point” “Guitarist Off The Vine” and “Acoustically Speaking”.

His performances include the Cuesta Performing Arts Center in San Luis Obispo, a repeated featured artist for the Lazy Locals Concert series at Castoro Cellars, Morro Bay Harbor Festival, featured artist for Steve Key’s Songwriters at Play showcases, and countless appearances at over 80 area wineries and venues.
Martin has also opened concerts for Grammy winning guitarist Laurence Juber, Peppino D’Agostino and singer songwriter Karla Bonoff. As well as performing on KCBX and KRUSH radio and KSBY television in San Luis Obispo.

“The acoustic guitar inspires me to create. As I continued to grow musically, my experimentation with altered tunings led me to some of the great finger style players. Many of my compositions are my emotional response and a reflection of events in my life. Music is a gift from God that I love to share”.

Make your own Dam Fine Wine!
Annual Blending Event
Make your own Dam Fine Wine!

Saturday June 23rd from 3:30-7:30
Don’t miss the chance to make your own Dam Fine Wine!

Work hand in hand with Castoro’s expert team of winemakers to create a wine blend all your own. Each guest will get take home a 1.5L bottle of their blend, create a custom label, cork it and wax it. Plus, preview the next Dam Fine Red blend and vote for your favorite!
Full catered dinner, included.

$130 for a single ticket

$690 for a table of 6 people



Hosted by the Beav himself, this jam-packed event has it all! If you’ve been before, you know what we’re talking about. If you haven’t yet had the pleasure, let this be the year.

Winemaker Tom Myers will lead you through a tasting, give you a glimpse into the art and science of constructing stellar blends, and provide you with all the materials you’ll need to make your very own. They will also give you a souvenir apron and bottle up a Magnum (1.5L) of your final blend for you to take home and brag about later.

An al fresco dinner on the patio follows, along with Castoro wines of course! This is a great opportunity to take advantage of some up close and personal time with our owners, managers and winemakers.

Wildly popular, this event has quickly sold out in the past. Plus, we have reduced the number of seats this year in order to give everyone a bit more elbowroom, and we’re offering full tables to accommodate groups for the first time. So don’t hesitate to reserve your seats or you’ll miss out!

Lazy Locals Concert: Ricky Montijo
Lazy Locals Concert: Ricky Montijo

Dam Fine Wine and great music make for a perfect Lazy Sunday. Join us from 1:00-4:00pm on Sunday, July 8th and rock out with Ricky Montijo!  You're welcome to bring lawn chairs. (no outside alcohol allowed).

There will be delicious grub for purchase.

Ricky Montijo, exceptional guitarist and notably eclectic singer, performs originals and stunning, unique covers in Soul, Rock, Latin, Blues, Reggae, and EDM. Originally from Frazier Park, California, Ricky's music career is exploding through the West Coast. He completed a tour in Hawaii September and October 2017 and will be announcing a U.S. and Canada tour for May and June 2018. He will also be opening for Little River Band, Jefferson Starship, and Los Lonely Boys in various California venues in 2018.

Ricky Montijo crosses all genres and his music appeals to a wide demographic which makes this artist the one to watch!

The band can accommodate venues of all sizes with configurations ranging from solo acoustic to a full 6-piece band, including a killer sax, keys, and percussion lineup.

4th Annual Whale Rock Wine Down Tourney
Castoro Cellars Presents
4th Annual Whale Rock Wine Down Tourney

4th Annual Whale Rock Wine Down Tourney
at Whale Rock Disc Golf Course
Presented by Castoro Cellars

Love Disc Golf? 

Then this tournement is for you! 


Mark your calendars 



The Whale Rock Wine Down Tourney is our annual fun spirited celebration of the course’s introduction in 2014. This tournament is held to appreciate the beautiful disc golf community on the Central Coast and beyond that have made this course thrive for 4 years! You are all the heart and soul of this place, and we thank you.

This non-PDGA sanctioned event gives you a chance to get out with your fellow disc golfers and toss a stress free round enjoying what you love most about the sport. Take the edge off slightly but compete at a high, constructive level. There are some great prizes and giveaways to be had! The round is capped off at the Castoro Cellars tasting room with a local catered lunch, wine and beer tasting galore.

Thank you for your support in making WRDGC a world class disc golf course and for respecting it as a place to foster a healthy community of plastic throwing friends.

Come celebrate with us!!! Cheers to many more!


Jill Thayer, Ph.D.
Art Show Featuring
Jill Thayer, Ph.D.
Month of August
Save Jill Thayer, Ph.D. 010818 - 300818 6
Complimentary for visitors

A show featuring art from Jill Thayer, Ph.D.


Jill Thayer, Ph.D. is an artist, educator, curator, and writer. She was born in Sacramento, CA and lived in Bakersfield prior to relocating to the Central Coast in 2014. Her acrylic paintings and digital media are inspired by the region from panoramic vistas of local vineyards to the sublime vistas of the Pacific. Her favorite areas include the coastal sojourns of Cambria and Montaña de Oro, and the oak forests of Atascadero. 

Jill received her doctorate in Cultural Studies/Museum Studies from Claremont Graduate University in the areas of exhibition theory, contemporary art history, design theory, and visual culture with transdisciplinary study in global strategy and trade at St. Peter's College, University of Oxford, UK through Peter F. Drucker Graduate School of Management. Her postdoctoral series, "In Their Own Words: Oral Histories of CGU Art," is included in Archives of American Art at The Smithsonian Institution. 

Prior to returning to graduate school, Jill owned a design firm for 25 years working with regional and global clientele in visual communication and marketing strategy. As a gallerist for 15 years, she showcased local and international artists at Jill Thayer Galleries at the Fox, Bakersfield, California. Jill is Associate Professor in Art History and Design at Allan Hancock College; Global Visual Culture at Santa Monica College; and Marketing Management at Post University, Malcolm Baldrige School of Business MBA Program; and other academic institutions nationally. She is curator for Estrella Warbirds Museum, and works as an independent art curator on selected projects. 

In her multi-faceted career, Jill is a contributing writer for art publications in Los Angeles and Miami; and blogs on artist emergence and culture. She was recently signed by a literary agent in Los Angeles to represent her writing in academic and mainstream publications; and produces, “The Art of Life,” a weekly podcast on Voice of Paso Internet radio. Jill’s artwork is included in corporate and private collections internationally. For more information visit:

Mannequins by Day
Lazy Locals Concert
Mannequins by Day

Dam Fine Wine and great music make for a perfect Lazy Sunday.


Join us from 1:00-4:00pm on Aug 12th and rock out with Mannequins by Day

You are welcome to bring lawn chairs. (no outside alcohol allowed) 


There will be delicious grub for purchase.

Mannequins By Day (MbD) is a newly formed San Luis Obispo based power trio that provides a great variety of styles into one name. While only recently formed into an official group in the summer of 2017, their track "Luxury Life" has already brought them critical success in San Luis Obispo. 

Members Conner Martin, Vince Cimo and Evan Davies have played several notable shows in the San Luis Obispo area under the "Mannequins by Day" title: The Siren (Morro Bay), The Slo Brew (current), The Frog and Peach, East Well Being, SLO Ecstatic Dance and several private events. Additionally, each member has a lengthy performance history under various other artists playing large capacity shows in venues such as The Freemont Theater, San Luis Obispo Concerts in the Plaza, The Slo Brew (current and former), The Frog and Peach, The Majestic Theater (Ventura), The Catalyst main stage (Santa Cruz), The Observatory (Orange County), Tooth and Nail Winery, Beaverstock (aka Whalerock) and many more. 

 Open House & Grape Stomp
Harvest Wine Weekend
Open House & Grape Stomp
Saturday, October 20th & Sunday, October 21st
Save Open House & Grape Stomp 201018 - 211018 6
$10 non-members/Wine Club Members Free

Harvest Festival Grape Stomp & Open House here at the Tasting Room.
Saturday & Sunday

10-5:30PM. $10 tasting/COMPLIMENTRY for Wine Club Members

Join us to celebrate the fruits of our labor with tons of fun activities, great food,

live music and lots of Dam Fine Wine!


Grape Stomping.
Channel your inner Lucille Ball and kick off your shoes for some good ol’ grape stomping!

Sample grapes fresh from harvest.

Great wine discounts

Live Music: Saturday 

Food For Purchase




Lazy Locals Concert: Bear Market Riot
Lazy Locals Concert: Bear Market Riot

Dam Fine Wine and great music make for a perfect Lazy Sunday.


Join us from 1:00-4:00pm on October 14th and rock out with Bear Market Riot!  You're welcome to bring lawn chairs. (no outside alcohol allowed)  

There will be delicious grub for purchase.

In 2014 Kirk Nordby and Nick Motil met at a songwriter showcase in San Luis Obispo, CA. Over a bowl of gumbo the two conspired to busk together at the Baywood-Los Osos Farmer's Market. Upon agreement that two beards are better than one, they became Bear Market Riot.

Bear Market Riot is "Power-Folk Americana" music from California's Central Coast. The duo blends everything from Folk to R&B into an infectious sound that could only come from two bearded men playing six instruments, all while keeping a full dance floor satisfied. Nordby and Motil captivate audiences of all-ages with catchy originals, and an arsenal of high-energy originally interpreted covers.

Bear Market Riot has played just about every winery, brewery, venue, and restaurant you could think of in SLO county including appearances at the California Mid-State Fair, Beaverstock Music and Arts Festival, SLO Brew, Vina Robles Amphitheatre, and Live Oak Music Festival. 

They were voted 2016's runner-up for "Best Band in SLO County" by the 30th Annual New Times Best of San Luis Obispo County Reader's Poll. In December 2016, the duo released their first full-length album "Power-Folk Americana", produced with funding they secured through a successful Kickstarter campaign.