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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!

Photography Guild of the Paso Robles Art Association
Photography Guild of the Paso Robles Art Association

A show featuring art from The Photography Guild of the Paso Robles Art Association 

The Photography Guild of the Paso Robles Art Association – PRAA-  is the focal point for members at all ability levels who are interested in broadening their photographic skills, interacting with a diverse community of other photographers, exchanging information, and showcasing their work.

The mission of the PRAA Photography Guild is to promote the art and science of photography by educating members and the public about photography as an art form, and by providing members the opportunity to strengthen their skills while learning from others and enjoying the camaraderie of people with a common interest

Próxima Parada
Lazy Locals Concert
Próxima Parada

Dam Fine Wine and great music by Proxima Parada make for a perfect Lazy Sunday. Join us Sunday, October 1st for our last Summer concert. You're welcome to bring lawn chairs and lunch. 

All Ages Welcome. Free. 1:00-4:00

An eclectic mix of rock, soul, folk and blues, listeners have called their music "sexy as hell,” So either bring a loved one or keep your eyes open because Próxima Parada plays matchmaker. 

Fall Yoga Retreat
Fall Yoga Retreat

Come join us for a relaxing day retreat.

Get your tickets now!

Harvest Yoga Retreat will be Sunday, October 8th. Check in starts at 8:45

There will be one hour of gentle yoga, guided meditation, massages and more. 

Tickets will be $165 per person.

Peppino D'Agostino
SLO Folks Presents
Peppino D'Agostino

Peppino’s Acoustic Poetica is a magical, enlightening learning experience that will be a treat for your eyes and ears and inspire your imagination and creative prowess.

Doors for this indoor show open at 6:30 PM Show starts at 7:30 PM


A young Sicilian artist left Italy over 30 years ago, with the dream of “playing with the greatest guitarists”.  Peppino has achieved his dream and he’s now firmly planted in the “who’s who” of the guitar world.

Peppino D’Agostino emerged on the acoustic guitar scene in the early 80’s as a leading member of the second wave of the great fingerstylists that helped redefine the instrument in the ’90s. His remarkable technique, penchant for open tunings, and percussive effects are the basis of his unique compositional style which has been inspiring musicians and audiences alike for decades. Add to that his natural warmth, playfulness, and broad musical tastes and you have the recipe for what he calls “minestrone music”. His virtuosity and his emotional charge have also had a significant influence on the younger generation of fingerstyle guitarists. D’Agostino continues to evolve and grow in ways that would have been hard to predict when he first showcased his melodic yet emotionally intense style on the recordings Acoustic Spirit, Close to the Heart, and Every Step of the Way which was named one of the top three acoustic guitar albums of all time by Acoustic Guitar magazine readers.

D’Agostino has performed in more than 30 countries, at prestigious international festivals and has played in some of the world’s most important theaters. He has shared the stage with Tommy Emmanuel, Leo Kottke, Laurindo Almeida, Sergio Assad, Larry Carlton, and Eric Johnson, to name a few. His solo recordings include high quality labels such as Favored Nations, Mesa / Bluemoon, and Acoustic Music Records. Recognized as “the guitarist’s guitarist” by Acoustic Guitar magazine and described as “a giant of the acoustic guitar” by the San Diego Reader, D’Agostino was voted Best Acoustic Guitarist by readers of Guitar Player magazine. An active member of the Pacific Guitar Ensemble, Peppino has collaborated and recorded with the classical guitarist David Tanenbaum (chair of the classical guitar at the Conservatory of San Francisco), Jeff Campitelli (considered one of the 100 greatest drummers of all time by Rolling Stone magazine) and the legendary Paraguayan harpist and violinist Carlos Reyes, among many others.  D’Agostino’s composition “Stammi Vicino,” written with electric guitarist Stef Burns and Italian rock star Vasco Rossi, reached number one in the iTunes rock charts in Italy.


Harvest Wine Weekend Grape Stomp & Open House
Harvest Wine Weekend Grape Stomp & Open House
Saturday, October 21st & Sunday, October 22nd
Save Harvest Wine Weekend Grape Stomp & Open House (21/10/17) - 22/10/17 6
$10/Wine Club Free

Harvest Festival Grape Stomp & Open House here at the Tasting Room.
Saturday & Sunday
10-5:30PM. $10 tasting/FREE 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 - Turkey BuzzardsSunday - Dulcie Taylor

Food For Purchase: Saturday Higgie’s BBQ  & Sunday Fire and Wine




Harvest Yoga Brunch
Harvest Yoga Brunch
Sunday, October 22th
Save Harvest Yoga Brunch 221017 - 221017 6
$25 Wine Club Members/$30 Non Club Members

Greet the crisp fall morning with your sun salutations at Castoro Cellars! This all levels yoga class will get your blood flowing after celebrating harvest all weekend!

Check-in at 8:45am and 

Enjoy Coffee and Tea before your session

After class you'll be greeted with a glass of Castoro’s own Methode Champenoise and an organic brunch prepared by Chef Nick

Get your tickets HERE

This class will be taught by Castoro's in house yogi,  Lauren Udsen.  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 Organic 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!

Art by Jill Thayer, Ph.D.
Art by Jill Thayer, Ph.D.

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:

SLOFolks Presents: Tony Furtado
SLOFolks Presents: Tony Furtado

Join us in November for this indoor show.

Doors open at 6:30, show starts at 7:30.

$22 per person

Get your tickets now!

Tony Furtado is an indie record label’s dream artist. He has lived primarily on the road for the last two decades. He is gregarious, engaging and entertaining, on and off stage. He’s been called a genius on banjo and slide guitar, and his own creative interpretation-hybrid of Americana and indie folk/rock is engaging and captivating. Furtado has often been compared to Ry Cooder and Paul Simon in his latest albums as he guides his attention to detail and proclivity for traditional music into the pop framework. Onstage, whether playing with a band or solo, he owns the room, mixing stories of his travels with musicianship that is off the charts. Read More...

Knights of Columbus Benefit Concert Ft Gypsy Soul
Knights of Columbus Benefit Concert Ft Gypsy Soul

Knights of Columbus Benefit Concert featuring Gypsy Soul 

Concert will start at 7:30 and will have a 30 minute intermission with a dessert bar. There are two types of tickets are available for purchase. 

For Early admission tickets or questions, call Mike LoPicolo at 661-317-6048

For General Admission Tickets click here

This duo's multicultural heritage helps inform both their message and sound, attracting audiences with their soulful blend of Roots, Pop, Blues and Jazz.  Their wistful story began in Scotland when Roman Morykit (UK) and Cilette Swann (Canada/US) made a promise to each other to make both their living and their lives from their art.   

Want to read more about the band? click HERE


30 VIP Tickets Available-  $45

Doors open at 5:30

Meet and Greet with the band

Front row seats

Glass of wine with an appetizer plate


General Admission Tickets- $30.00

Doors open at 6:30 

Castoro wine for purchase by the glass or bottle 




Featured Artist: Bob Goetting
Featured Artist: Bob Goetting

Visit our Art Gallery in December to view stunning painting by Bob Goetting

 R. W. “Bob” Goetting is a third generation Californian born in Sacramento who has painted scenes from California and around the world for over forty years. He had the opportunity to study the artwork of master painters in London, Amsterdam, Madrid, Paris, Florence and Rome. Although his focus has been Central California and its beautiful coastline, his trips to Europe have provided an additional dimension to his art in terms of subject matter and application. Bob works primarily on canvas in oil or acrylic.

Bob’s artwork has won numerous awards including first place in oil and acrylic, first, second and third in the same show and category, Judge’s Choice and Best of Show in exhibits sponsored by the Alliance of California Artists, Porterville Art Association, Springville Art Association, Lindsay Art Association and Paso Robles Art Association.

Gallery representation over the last ten years includes The Bridge Street Gallery in Cambria California, A Sense of Place in Fresno California, The Brush and Easel Gallery in Fresno, The Gallery Embarcadero in Morro Bay California, Heritage Gallery West in Paso Robles, and Vintage Market in Fresno.

Bob’s work is in private and corporate collections all over California and the United States, in Australia, France, England and the Netherlands and other countries. 

want to see more of Bob's work? click here