Pacific Coast Wine Trail event Saturday benefits Project Surf Camp

Seven wineries to pour at the Garden Shed in Cambria

cambrian@thetribunenews.comAugust 16, 2013 

Lily Tucker, 6, rides a wave as Cameron Jones, left, Melissa Morris and Dana Stein watch at Project Surf Camp in Morro Bay. The camp hosted about 10 kids from 3 to 16 years old and their families in connection with Vandenberg Air Force Base’s Exceptional Family Member Program.

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The newly established Pacific Coast Wine Trail will host its first event Saturday, Aug. 17, in Cambria. All seven member wineries will be at the Garden Shed in Cambria pouring wine paired with artisan cheese. The evening event will have live music and raffle prizes from each winery. All proceeds will go to Project Surf Camp.

Project Surf Camp is a charitable organization designed to educate individuals with special needs. Their mission is to build self-confidence, self-esteem, and self-efficacy. They further provide opportunities to build social skills, improve physical fitness, develop healthy outlets for stress reduction and foster independence through surf instruction and other beach and aquatic activities.

The Pacific Coast Wine Trail was established to promote wine tasting along San Luis Obispo County’s North Coast. It’s members are Cayucos Cellars, Harmony Cellars, Stolo Family Winery & Vineyards, Twin Coyotes Winery, Moonstone Cellars, Black Hand Cellars, and Hearst Ranch Winery.

Tickets ($20) to the fundraiser, set for 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at 2024 Main St., are available online at pacificcoastwinetrail.com/PCWT/events/. For details, call 927-1625.

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