Cayucos Cellars is a stop along trail

cambrian@thetribunenews.comMay 3, 2013 

The Pacific Coast Wine Trail now has another landmark stop along its seaside path. Cayucos Cellars has joined the wine trail as the southernmost point along the trail. 

Cayucos Cellars’ tasting room invites travelers to sip wine in cozy surroundings. Owned and operated by the Selkirk family, which has ties to Cambria, Cayucos Cellars offers handcrafted wines and a friendly experience that’s a hallmark of The Pacific Coast Wine Trail.

Visitors along the trail are commonly met by owners, winemakers or family members behind the wine bar who speak personally about the wines and vineyards, sharing details and fun facts. 

“We are so excited to have Cayucos Cellars on board,” says Maria Stolo Bennetti, general manager of Stolo Family Winery, “The Selkirk family brings experience, excellent wines and another coastal treasure to the Pacific Coast Wine Trail.”

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