For better or worse, here I am—trapped in paradise. As long as I continue to live in this vital, inimitable spot on the globe,

I will continue to seek out the unique…the delicious…the innovative products, services and traditions of San Luis Obispo County.

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A wanderlust at heart... captivated by the California Central Coast. Join me on my culinary and vino-infused adventures as I explore and discover the regional novelties of San Luis Obispo County that make living here...easy to stay...and hard to leave.

Sunday, July 19, 2015

San Simeon Bay: Baby Humpback Whale

A baby humpback whale makes its debut in San Simeon Bay in July 2015.
The days of mid-1800's whaling are long since over in the town of San SimeonNowadays, whales still migrate along the Central Coast of California but are protected—as well as revered. 

Late last week I heard about a humpback whale and her calf who were spotted feeding in San Simeon Bay. I couldn't resist a trip up San Luis Obispo's northern coast to try and catch a glimpse of these magnificent mammals. 

Last Friday I showed up mid-morning at the William R. Hearst Memorial State Park and headed straight to San Simeon Pier. With my camera readied and my expectations high, I arrived to find a small crowd of onlookers peering out to the east side of the pier. Amidst the breaking fog and the local bird life, the juvenile humpback whale weaved its way in and out of kelp beds. 

Left in the safe enclave of the bay while its mother went out to sea, the young humpback followed schools of anchovy, and over the next several hours (I stayed until my camera battery went kaput) the 15 - 20 foot barnacled beauty circled around both sides of the pier, providing us human bystanders with the thrill of a lifetime. While standing on the pier, people came and went throughout the day, and I listened to languages spoken by visitors from all over the world. Every time we caught a glimpse of the whale reemerging, or bursting up out of the cool, clear water in a head lunge—the universal excitement and pure joy felt by everyone was unmistakable.

A day I'm sure none of us will ever forget, and a whale of a time. 



Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Morro Bay: A Local Gadabout's Getaway

Morro Bay Harbor
Prior to my permanent move to San Luis Obispo County over a decade ago, I visited this coastal wonderland on many occasions. Although I no longer fit the bill of a tourist, I still consider myself a local sightseer. 

I work hard in order to live in here, and play hard by exploring SLO County's idyllic terrain. During my weekend outings I thrive discovering the Central Coast's regional avant-garde. 

But during summertime's high tourist season I often avoid certain venues, thinking to myself, "That's for the tourists." Until recently. 

Over the last few weeks, while roaming about the seaside community of Morro Bay, I abandoned my self-limiting beliefs long enough to realize: maybe the out-of-towners know something I don't. 

What did I find by following the crowd? A long line worth the wait and a fresh view of Morro Bay's harbor. 

If you fancy fish and chips, line up with the scores of tourists at Giovanni's Fish Market & Galley. Located on the heavily visited Embarcadero, this waterfront market sells fresh seafood, while its adjoining outdoor restaurant serves up maritime specialties like deep fried halibut and calamari, barbecued oysters, clam chowder, burgers and seafood sandwiches. Adults can bevy up with beer, wine and select mixed drinks; kids can keep happy with fish on a stick and fried oreos. 

I decided to wait in Giovanni's never-ending line to see what all the hype was about. While standing there for almost an hour, I stared out at the harbor—with glassy views of blue waters and the behemoth Morro Rock—listening intently to the the out-of-town couple in front of me. I learned they visit this fishmonger's establishment whenever visiting Morro Bay, and based on the number of people lined up before and after me, I got the impression many other visitors do the same. 

When I finally sat down with my order of fish and chips ($10.99), I squeezed a little fresh lemon over the top and eagerly dipped Givoanni's popular finger food into their tangy tartar sauce. My verdict? Hot and crispy. Fried to perfection. Well worth the wait.   

Lost Isle Adventure Tours

Once you've eaten the local sea life, explore the water. Believe it or not, Morro Bay has a Tiki boat—and you can hop aboard daily during the summer. With a dock located on the Embarcadero, Lost Isle Adventure Tours departs hourly, offering guests a 60-minute plen-air cruise around the harbor. 

Once aboard the Tiki boat, Lost Isle sells adult beverages (and hot chocolate for the kids), provides blankets in case guests catch a chill, and the captain jovially educates about local surroundings and wildlife. 

For my ten-dollar ticket, I thought the boat ride was a steal. We zipped around Morro Bay Harbor with other seafarers, watched sea otters float peacefully, listened to seals bark, and stopped off for brief exploration on the sand spit with a behind-the-scenes view of Morro Rock. 

If you decide to get lost on a tour, bring cash for the mixed drinks and a big smile for the boat ride. 
Explore your own surroundings like a gadabout!

Click here for more info:

Lost Isle Adventure Tours

Giovanni's Fish Market & Galley


Saturday, June 27, 2015

Centrally Grown: San Luis Obispo County's Newest Gem

Sometimes you just need a place to unwind. The next time you're driving down California's Central Coast on Highway One, consider pulling off the road for a respite at Centrally Grown

Perched on a hill in the piney town of Cambria, this northern San Luis Obispo County gem plays host to a bakery, coffee bar, deli, natural gourmet foods market with locally sourced produce and goods, a bar and restaurant, as well as a general store where local artists sell their ware—all set amidst whimsical gardens, wooden sculptures, living earth structures, and a coastal view. 

I recently paid a visit to Centrally Grown, where I explored their curious grounds, indulged in a house-made boysenberry poptart topped with violets from their edible flower garden, and found myself not wanting to leave.

As the ocean air permeated the surrounding Santa Lucia Mountains, the sun peeked out, the fog rolled in and out, and I leisurely strolled around, snapping dozens of pictures. Following is a video compilation of my exploration at Centrally Grown, which I hope inspires you to take a drive up SLO County's beautiful coastline and stop off for a little rest and relaxation.

I look forward to returning to this seaside mecca to soak up more Central Coast ambience...
...and you can be sure I'll post more of my adventures. 


A special thanks to audionautix.com for the use of their music in this video. 

Centrally Grown is located at 7432 Exotic Garden Drive in Cambria, California, directly off Highway One. 
Click here for more information.


Sunday, June 14, 2015

Central Coast Sailing Charters

Central Coast Sailing Charters is located on Harford Pier in Avila Beach
Yesterday's late morning sail aboard Central Coast Sailing Charters could not have been better. The fog cleared, the skies beamed, the waters glistened, and the whales danced in Avila Beach. 

This past week several humpback whales have been following schools of fish around San Luis Obispo County's coastline, sharing waters with boats and kayakers while circling around Port San Luis Harbor.

When these majestic mammals show up in Avila, we never know how long they're going to grace us with their presence. I still remember the short-lived frenzy some of them caused in August 2012—when I stood on Harford Pier, watching in awe as beautiful humpbacks swam by an elated crowd of onlookers. 

This time I decided to observe the humpbacks from a different vantage point: aboard a 44-foot sailboat. I booked a ticket with Central Coast Sailing Charters and looked forward to a day of fun in the sun. 

Welcomed aboard the "Ocean Spirit" by Captain Mark, this two-and-a-half hour maritime adventure was pure bliss. The captain was gracious, knowledgeable about the locale, and kept a safe distance from the humpbacks. We sailed around in the pristine ocean air, enjoying each moment while catching glimpses of blowholes and breaches from enormous humpback whales. 

Following is a short video of my excursion with Central Coast Sailing Charters. I hope this summer you'll be able to hop on a boat, put your feet up, feel the sun on your face, and take in the local scene.




SAIL AWAY!

Sunday, June 7, 2015

Peach Caprese Salad Recipe

It's that time of year again in San Luis Obispo County: peach madness! The fuzzy-skinned fruit is making its yearly debut at local farmers markets and I couldn't resist picking up a basketful for some culinary experimentation. 

Turns out, peaches pair beautifully with thick slices of tomatoes. Serve up this seasonal duo with fresh mozzarella and you've got a a fantastic caprese salad to serve as a side dish or vegetarian meal. Just slice, arrange on a platter, and sprinkle with a touch of salt and pepper, a drizzle of honey, olive oil and balsamic vinegar, and top off with some fresh herbs.

I don't know what else I'll be inspired to conjure up from SLO County's stone fruit crop this year, but for the time being, I'll enjoy this vibrant caprese salad that's simple, delicious, and full of seasonal flair. 


PEACH CAPRESE SALAD RECIPE
The secret to this recipe's presentation is using peaches and tomatoes that are ripe but still firm so that they don't fall apart when you slice them.


INGREDIENTS:

2 - 4 large peaches
2 - 4 medium tomatoes
1 ball fresh mozzarella
1 - 2 tablespoons fresh Italian parsley or basil
Drizzle each of honey, olive oil, balsamic vinegar
Sprinkle of salt & pepper

DIRECTIONS:

Cut peaches in half, remove pits, and slice into thick slabs. 
Slice the tomatoes in thick round pieces and thinly slice the mozzarella. 
Place alternating slices of peaches and tomatoes on a platter and top with sliced mozzarella.
Drizzle with honey, olive oil, balsamic vinegar, salt & pepper, then sprinkle with fresh herbs. 

Couldn't be simpler to enjoy fresh, seasonal flavors!


Sunday, May 24, 2015

Yosemite National Park: Glacier Point

Wildlife checking out the view at Glacier Point
Some aspirations are meant to stay on your bucket list. For me, visiting Glacier Point at Yosemite National Park remains on my list of things to do during my lifetime, long after my first visit. 

This majestic spot on the globe, where visitors stand 3,200 feet above California's Yosemite Valley, is absolutely sublime. With jaw dropping views of the Sierra Nevadas and the iconic granite formation of Half Dome, no matter how many times I travel to this vista, I always leave with a sense of exhilaration, an appreciation for the cosmos. 

We all have different ambitions, but it's hard for me to imagine anyone who wouldn't want to visit Glacier Point. What's on your life's checklist of aspirations? And which ones are worth accomplishing again and again? I hope you enjoy the video below of my recent trip to this high mountain mecca. 



Thursday, April 30, 2015

Morro Bay Kite Festival

A spirited day at the Morro Bay Kite Festival 
Last weekend the weather gods smiled upon San Luis Obispo County. 

Much needed rain eclipsed Saturday's skies, a bright blue horizon spiffed up Sunday's skyline, and both days sported plenty of wind. All in all? A splendid weekend for Morro Bay's annual kite festival.

This flitting event— held each year on the beach near the State Historic Landmark of Morro Rock— gave children and adults a chance to enjoy some old-fashioned fun amidst spring's blustery winds and the ocean's swell. 

Kites soared, waves crashed, and everyone looked like they were having fun, fun, fun. 



Check out my video below for a glimpse of this once-a-year, windswept festivity. 



Sunday, April 19, 2015

San Luis Obispo County: Spring has Sprung

Spring wildflowers in Montana de Oro.

The late actor Robin Williams is credited with the maxim: Spring is nature's way of saying, 'Let's party!' 

Spring has sprung along the California Central Coast and seasonal events are off to a roaring good start. The weather is warm, the surf is up, the merrymaking is contagious. 

This is the time of year when San Luis Obispo County celebrates spring wind, ocean swell, and local flavors. Click on the links below to learn more about SLO County festivities taking place over the next few weeks that are well timed but short lived. 

Let's get the party started! 
















A beautiful spring morning in Morro Bay. Seize the day!

Sunday, April 12, 2015

25th Annual Roll Out the Barrels: Sextant Wines

Navigating your way through San Luis Obispo County wineries isn't always easy. With more than 200 choices, where do you begin?

Sometimes you need a local event to help steer you in a particular direction. This weekend I looked to SLO Wine Country's month-long 25th Annual Roll Out the Barrels event line-up for guidance. My choice was clear: Sextant Wines

Over the past two days, Sextant's charming Edna Valley tasting room laid the course for tasters with a selection of varietals from both their Paso Robles and Edna Valley vineyards. Paired with cheese and chocolate, their special weekend-only wine flight took guests to the horizons of the Central Coast. 

Here's a look at what was at the helm of Sextant's tasting lineup. 


2012 Sextant Edna Valley Chardonnay ($25.00)
Edna Valley, MacGregor Vineyard
Paired with Seascape, a Paso Robles cow and goat milk cheddar
This gratifying chardonnay tasted like a mouthful of tart, crisp green apples.

2013 Sextant San Lucia Highlands Chardonnay ($28.00)
Santa Lucia Highlands—Monterey, Sarmento Vineyard
Paired with mango-ginger Stilton, a crumbly English cow's milk cheese
Crafted from grapes grown in the renowned Santa Lucia Highlands vineyard in Monterey County, this chardonnay's bracing acidity cut right through the wild, sweet mango-ginger Stilton.

2013 Windemere Premiere Cuvee Pinot Noir ($25.00)
Edna Valley, MacGregor Vineyard & Aubaine Vineyard
Paired with Appenzeller, a farmstead Swiss cow's milk cheese
Think of a basket full of summer strawberries. Time for a sip. 


2013 Sextant Santa Lucia Highlands Pinot Noir ($25.00)
Santa Lucia Highlands—Monterey, Sarmento Vineyards
Paired with Beaufort, a French mountain cow's milk cheese
Dark cherries met lavender in this oh-so-luscious pinot noir. Paired with alpine cheese that tasted so fresh I could almost smell the mountain grass, this marrying of flavors was a superb match.

2012 Sextant X-Series See Canyon Syrah ($34.00)
See Canyon, Creek Side Farms
Paired with Beemster XO, a 28-month aged Dutch cow's milk Gouda
Looking juicy in the glass, this cool-climate syrah hinted of cranberries and chocolate, which cut nicely through the nutty, caramel nuances of the aged Gouda cheese. 

2011 Sextant "Passage" Syrah based GSM blend ($45.00)
Paso Robles, Estate El Pomar Vineyard
Paired with a decadent chocolate truffle
One of Sextant's friendly tasting room attendants informed me that this Grenache-Syrah-Mourvedre blend was not really a GSM. Its makeup consisted of 68% grenache, 20% syrah, and 12% petite sirah. The addition of petite sirah added to this blend's dark, inky allure. 

Click here for more information about Sextant Wine's tasting rooms in the Paso Robles and Edna Valley wine regions.

 Click here to navigate your choice of special events taking place during April for SLO Wine Country's 25th Annual Roll Out the Barrels extravaganza.  

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

SLO Wine Country's 25th Annual Roll Out the Barrels

A spring view of the Edna Valley region and the Santa Lucia Mountains. 
April 1 isn't just for pranksters. This year, the day of fools belongs to oenophiles and locavores in San Luis Obispo County.

SLO Wine Country's 25th Annual Roll Out the Barrels begins on the first day of April, kicking off a month-long celebration of their member wineries' special events. Throughout the month, residents and visitors can eat and drink SLO-style, visiting wineries in San Luis Obispo and the Edna Valley region for vinous festivities like comparative tastings, vineyard tours, barrel sampling, a farm-to-vineyard luncheon, a blending seminar, and a bottling run demonstration. 

The spirited event culminates at the end of April with their annual Barrels in Mission Plaza in downtown SLO, where wineries and local chefs playfully pair festive bites and sips. The next evening their collaborative winemaker dinner at a local restaurant features the region's cool-climate varietals like chardonnay and pinot noir. 

I won't give away all of the upcoming shenanigans, so click here to visit SLO Wine Country's website for their entire event line-up. 

Eat and drink playfully all month long—like a slocal!



A glimpse in time of the San Luis Obispo/Edna Valley vineyards last fall.
Regardless of the season, this spirited area of the globe is no joke. 

Monday, March 30, 2015

San Luis Obispo County: Islay Hill Wildflowers

In the midst of the drought and recent heat wave, San Luis Obispo County's velvet green hills are fading fast. But in spite of this unusual summer-like weather, spring wildflowers are thriving. 

This past weekend I traipsed up the open space trail on Islay Hill—the dome-shaped volcanic plug that lies just a few miles south of downtown SLO—and passed by parched wild grasses that practically screamed for water. But as the dusty pathway wound steeply around the hillside, spring beckoned. 

Patches of vibrant wildflowers carpeted various niches of the landscape, providing plenty of reasons to stop and stare, point and shoot. I captured a few glimpses of this kaleidoscopic moment in time.

This seasonal oasis of colors will be gone all too soon. Enjoy it while you can!

A shadier spot on the north side of Islay Hill provides the perfect growing grounds for lush grass and colorful wildflowers. 


Just about every color of the rainbow is currently thriving on Islay Hill. 


All shapes and sizes of seasonal blooms line the pathways. 


The blue-purple lupines are divine, but will be gone too soon. 


For more information about Islay Hill and how to get there, click here



"May all your weeds be wildflowers." ~Author Unkown

Sunday, March 22, 2015

2015 Central Coast Craft Beer Week

A few of Bang the Drum Brewery's invigorating creations. 
San Luis Obispo County might boast over 300 wineries, but beer is the most widely consumed alcoholic beverage in the world.

The California Central Coast is home to several craft breweries, and over a dozen of them have proudly banded together to form the Central Coast Brewers Consortium. Today this community of brewers kicked off Central Coast Craft Beer Week, an eight-day celebration of local suds.

From northern San Luis Obispo County all the way down to Buellton in Santa Barbara County, this week beer geeks can swig and swill at events like tap takeovers and beer dinners. Click here for a complete schedule of events.

In celebration of SLO County's locally-brewed beers, this afternoon I visited the ever-popular Bang the Drum Brewery for a taste of some of their fermented creations. I found this watering hole comfortable and relaxed, the customer service friendly and knowledgeable, and the selection of beers spirited and tasty.

Celebrate the innovative!

Bang the Drum Brewery is located at 950 Orcutt Road in San Luis Obispo

Open every day except Tuesday, follow them on facebook for live music and special event updates throughout the week. 

 Sip inside or outside; it's all good!

When you visit Bang the Drum Brewery, consider choosing four samplers of their recently-brewed beers. My selection included the French-style Saison (I didn't catch the alcohol content but can report that the nuances were light and citrusy), the El Dorado Pale Ale (5.2% with light hops and a grapefruit finish), the White Stout (7.3% with a deceptive light appearance yet bold coffee nose and taste), and the Draca—a chipotle smoked porter (5.6% that reminisced of chewy cacao nibs and a smoky finish).

See you on the local beer trail!


Sunday, March 8, 2015

San Luis Obispo County: Boucher Trail


Ralph Waldo Emerson once wrote that the earth laughs in flowers. 

San Luis Obispo County is currently grinning from land to sea, with splashes of wildflowers springing up everywhere. Over the weekend I went in search of these sprightly blossoms along the Boucher Trail. 

Located on Highway One, just a few miles north of San Simeon near the Elephant Seal Rookery, this coastal trail winds along the bluffs near the highway, leading to the Piedras Blancas Light Station

Along this 3-mile out-and-back hike, wispy grasses blanket the landscape, the ocean laps against the rugged coastline, and the Northern Elephant Seals take refuge in the protected coves. During this exceptional time of year, wildflowers begin their golden ascent.

With SLO County's recent warm winter weather, now is the perfect time to get out for some fresh air, explore the California Central Coast, and enjoy a few splashes of color. 

Guaranteed to make you smile!
Boucher Trail's entrance is located directly on Highway One, about four miles past the entrance to Hearst Castle. 
Park in the northernmost lot of the Elephant Seal Rookery and look for this sign at the trail's entrance.  


The hike is mostly flat, well marked, and easy to follow. 


On a clear day, it's easy to spot the Piedras Blancas Light Station
The lighthouse dates back to the late 1800s and guided tours allow access on certain days. 


This time of year, cheerful pops of color adorn the coastal slopes. 


The Santa Lucia Mountains loom in the distance, and friendly critters like this white crowned sparrow live in this pristine habitat. 


Throughout the year, thousands of elephant seals breed, birth, molt, and rest along these protected California Central Coast shores. 

Wildflowers and waves: The planet is laughing out loud!


Saturday, February 21, 2015

2015 San Luis Obispo International Film Festival: Turning 21!

The San Luis Obispo International Film Festival (SLOIFF) is coming of age. This year they turn 21, and from March 10 - 15, they'll celebrate throughout the county with film, wine and fun.  

Whether you live in SLO County or somewhere beyond, here are my top 21 reasons why you don't want to miss this year's festival. 

1. Movies matter. The SLOIFF screens documentaries, dramas, classics, narrative features, short films, animation and more, providing moments of laughter, sadness, fear, wonder and enlightenment on the big screen.

2. The festival is down to earth. Sure, their special events are full of glitz and glam and special celebrity guests, but SLO County's laid-back vibe always shines through.  

3. Ticket prices are affordable. Forget the high-priced tinsel-town film festivals, the SLOIFF offers a variety of tickets and passes ranging from $12 - $285. 

4. The focus is sharply on the filmmakers. Dozens of movies are screened throughout the festival. Filmmakers provide real-life insight by attending many of the screenings and engaging in Q&A's with the audience. 

5. SLO County spans over 80 miles of coastline. Whether you're in need of a vacation or staycation, the California Central Coast is a real-life Shangri-la, brimming with unspoiled beaches. Catch a movie and an ocean sunset! 

6. You can't beat the local Mediterranean climate. If you're currently stuck in a blizzard: there's hope. SLO County's temperate weather offers a reprieve from harsh weather conditions.

7. Movies and events take place countywide. From Paso Robles to Atascadero, to Avila and Pismo Beach, to downtown San Luis Obispo, several movie theaters and venues host festival screenings and events, providing plenty of opportunities to explore the region.

8. There's an abundance of wine. SLO County boasts over 280 wineries—maybe even more; I've lost track. Get out for a taste!

9. You won't go away hungry. The farm-to-table movement is alive and well in San Luis Obispo. Restaurants all over the county incorporate fresh, local fare into their menus. 


10. The festival kicks off with a coming-of-age Opening Night.  On Tuesday, March 10, local hot spot Luna Red will host SLOIFF's spirited Opening Night reception in downtown SLO. Following is a screening of the coming-of-age film "The Road Within," starring Dev Patel, Robert Sheehan, and Zoe Kravitz at the majestic Fremont Theatre. Special guests from the movie will be in attendance.

11. Their high-energy Surf Nite in SLO is in its 10th year. "Hollywood Don't Surf" and "Big Wednesday" screen at the Fremont Theatre on Thursday, March 12, with some big names in surfing bringing down the house for a Q&A and after-party. The SLOIFF's 4th Annual Spotlight Award will be presented to writer/director John Milius. 

Me with actor James Cromwell.
12. Did I mention the wine? The documentary "Red Obsession," which explores the Bordeaux wine phenomenon, will screen at Tooth & Nail Winery in Paso Robles on Thursday, March 12. The pre-screening reception includes appetizers made by the winery's in-house chef, and wine tasting sponsored by the SLO Wine Country Association. 

13. The SLOIFF and Friends of Hearst Castle are making history this year. On Friday, March 13, Orson Welles' controversial film, "Citizen Kane," will screen for the first time ever in Hearst Castle's decadent Hilltop Theater. Special guests will be in attendance—and yes, this event is already sold out. 

14. You don't want to miss the Special Presentation Films. This year marks the 30th anniversary of the 80s hit coming-of-age movie, "The Breakfast Club." As one of this year's Special Presentation Films, the SLOIFF pays tribute to the late director John Hughes with a screening of his iconic film at the Fremont Theatre on Friday, March 13. A Q&A with film critic Kirk Honeycutt and other special guests will follow. 

15. No other film festival presents a King Vidor Award. On the evening of Saturday, March 14, which celebrity will take home the coveted King Vidor Award? Stay tuned for the festival's big announcement. 

16. You have the golden opportunity to learn from industry experts in Behind the Scenes Workshops/Panels. Over the festival weekend, a professional actor will offer acting classes for kids and adults, a visual effects experts will share secrets for creating the perfect scene, visiting filmmakers will educate guests with their real-life stories of making films, and a Warner Bros. restoration expert will share his story of bringing a lost film to pristine condition. 

17. The Movie Mogul pass let's you do it all. If you purchase a Movie Mogul pass ($285), not only do you have access to all of the festival's screenings, receptions, workshops/panels, and all VIP receptions (excluding the Hearst Castle events), you'll receive the SLOIFF 2015 Tasting Pass, valid at participating SLO County wineries. 

18. The festival staff and volunteers put on a world-class event. With only two paid staff members, a hard-working board, and a team of dedicated volunteers, what an amazing feat they pull off every year.  

19. SLO County's generosity is contagious. This festival couldn't happen without the generous support of its sponsors. Whether you live here or visit, you can't help but notice the community spirit.  

20. The SLOIFF has truly come of age. I've attended this film festival for many years and watched it evolve over time. I've said this before and I'll say it again: The San Luis Obispo International Film Festival just keeps getting better and better with each passing year. 

21. The festival is truly a feast for the senses. Film, wine and fun in SLO County. Need I say more?




One of San Luis Obispo County's spectacular Cambria sunsets in February.
The Edna Valley region's wine country shining bright in January.

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