Page 14 - San Luis Obispo Visitors Guide - Spring 2023
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                Welcome to springtime in San Luis Obispo County
   Welcome and thank you for picking up this copy of the San Luis Obispo County Visitors Guide. In the following pages, you’ll find many fun and interesting places to visit, have a meal, enjoy world- class wine and participate in a variety of family-friendly activities.
Early spring is an interesting time, blending the last winds of winter with warmer days and the promises of new growth. As green grass starts covering
the hills, trees start budding leaves and blossoms and the flowers begin their bril- liantly colored displays, crops begin to break ground and grape vines begin to bud and produce grapes.
Those vines and grapes are care-
fully tended and eventually harvested and pressed into the award-winning wines that are one of the sources of this area’s fame. What better time to visit Rava Wines?
As a third-generation farming family, Chad and Lauren Rava brought a different approach to growing grapes and producing wine when they established Rava Wines. Stepping away from corporate wine grape growing, they built their winery in the El
Pomar District of the Paso Robles AVA, where they enjoy a simple way of life while raising their family and running their business.
Publishers Scott and Beth Brennan and their family welcome you to San Luis Obispo County
Offering one of the only flights of sparkling wines in the region, Rava’s tasting room was also chosen as one of the top ten tasting rooms three years in a row for USA Today’s Readers Choice Awards.
Rava Wines is famous for its sparkling wines crafted in the traditional méthode champenoise style, producing a total of 11 sparkling varietals, all from grapes grown and crafted at the Paso Robles Estate. With its contemporary meets old-world tasting room surrounded by vineyards and native landscape, Rava Wines is the perfect place to spend the day.
We hope you enjoy reading the articles in this issue and enjoy your visit and experiences with
the many things to do and see in San Luis Obispo County. If you run out of time and don’t get to do everything, we look forward to welcoming you again on your next visit.

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