3rd Annual Garagiste Festival Coming Soon. Get Your Tix!
on 04/10/13 at 11:50 amEVENTS, Wine
GARAGISTES – (gar-uh-zhē-stuh) n, Fr. – A term originally used in the Bordeaux region of France to denigrate renegade small-lot wine makers, sometimes working in their garage, who refused to follow the “rules.” Now a full-fledged movement responsible for making some of the best wine in the world. Who’s laughing now, Francois?Syn: Rule-breakers, pioneers, renegades, mavericks, driven by passion.
Welcome to Garagiste, a place for the underground, the different, and the cutting edge of small production winemaking with no rules.
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Garagiste Events, Inc. is proud to use the proceeds of the Festivals to support young winemakers at the Wine and Viticulture Program at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.
Thanks for choosing to attend the 3rd Annual Garagiste Festival in Paso Robles where you’ll get to experience over 150 wines from 66 passionate, independent winemakers from the Central Coast over the 4-day weekend of events.
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Garagiste Festival Announces 2013 Winemaker Dinner: “Undiscovered Treasures of California’s Central Coast”
The Central Coast’s Chef Charles Paladin Wayne sources local artisan producers to create culinary art matched to garagiste wines; winemakers include Bodegas M, Caliza, Clos Solene, Cutruzzola, Paix Sur Terre, and The Farm Winery; dinner held at the historic Carlton Hotel
Paso Robles, CA – September 25, 2013 – The Garagiste Festival, the first and only festival dedicated to discovering and promoting artisan ‘garagiste*’ winemakers, today announced that local chef, Charles Paladin Wayne, will create the winemaker dinner for the third annual Garagiste Festival. The dinner, “Undiscovered Treasures of California’s Central Coast,” kicks off the festival on Thursday November 7th, and highlights local producers, as well as garagiste winemakers who are pouring at the festival. The dinner will be held at another hidden gem of the Central Coast, the historic Carlton Hotel in Atascadero. Wineries featured at the dinner are Bodegas M, Caliza, Clos Solene, Cutruzzola, Paix Sur Terre and The Farm Winery.