GROW ZINFULLY WILD WEEKEND IN PASO ROBLES WINE COUNTRYPaso Robles Wine Country will Grow Zinfully Wild the weekend of March 15 – 17, 2013. More than 130 Paso Robles wineries salute the region’s heritage varietal with individual events ranging from barrel tastings, winemaker dinners, vineyard tours, laid-back barbecues, live music and much more. This three day celebration is a Zinfandel Weekend for wine enthusiasts to go bold, go brave and grow wild.

“Spring in Paso Robles Wine Country is a time to be reenergized, when the vines awake from dormancy and when days become noticeably longer,” said Robert Nadeau of Nadeau Family Vintners. “Grow Zinfully Wild Weekend comes at the perfect time of year when wine enthusiasts begin to shake off the winter blues and decide to head out and see what is new in wine country.”

Touring Paso Robles during the Grow Zinfully Wild Weekend is made simple with the mobile version of Visitors are also encouraged to use their mobile phones to check in and post with @PasoRoblesWine on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Foursquare. This combined with the online Interactive Trip Planner will keep everyone up to date on all Zinfandel Weekend happenings while on the go, including first hand sharing of tips, activities, stories about the food and favorite wines encountered.

While visiting Paso Robles, the wine community encourages everyone to practice the 4 S’s of Responsible Tasting: Swirl, Smell, Sip, and Spit. Always remember to designate a driver or utilize one of the numerous touring services available in Paso Robles Wine Country.

For more information on the Grow Zinfully Wild Weekend, including a searchable database of events by day, winery or activity, visit <> .

The Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance represents wineries, growers and businesses in Paso Robles Wine Country. Centrally located between San Francisco and Los Angeles, along California’s Central Coast, Paso Robles Wine Country is California’s third largest wine region. It encompasses more than 26,000 vineyard acres and 270 wineries. For more information, visit <> .