Hospice du Rhone Celebration 2010

Hospice du Rhone Celebration

There are too few places like Paso Robles. The residents throw everything they have behind their wine industry and support it with gusto. One happy result of that attitude is, they can’t seem to stop having celebrations! On the horizon at the end of April comes one of the biggest of them, the Hospice du Rhône Celebration 2010.

This annual event – in its 18th year – celebrates the varieties of the Rhône Valley and those who make wines with these wonderful grapes. It begins with bowling and ends with a barbecue, and in between is the entire world of Rhône-style wine.

The festivities begin on Thursday April 29th and continue with barely a moment to catch your breath through Saturday May 1st. Paso Robles gears up for this event in a major way. There are many highlights on the event schedule, but the two major tasting events – Friday’s Rhône Rendezvous and Saturday’s Grand Tasting – are events they say you’d need a passport and a long vacation to duplicate on your own.

You can attend seminars, lunches and tastings with winemakers from all over the world who share a passion for the 22 Rhône grapes, from Bourboulenc to Viognier and Ugni Blanc to Mourvedre.

A weekend pass runs nearly $800, and you can select ala carte from the list of separate events, most for $100 per ticket. If you’re a fan of those Rhône grape varieties, it will be worth every penny.

Hospice du Rhône Celebration, 18th Annual
April 29, 2010 – May 1, 2010
Paso Robles, California

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3 Responses to “Hospice du Rhone Celebration 2010”

  1. paso robles real estate Says:

    Paso Robles sounds like an amazing place. The perfect combination of a great travel destination paired with excellent wines.

  2. Randy Says:

    Just a heads-up: the iTunes App Store has a Hospice du Rhone app for iPhone!

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