Come for the traditional Heirloom Tomato Tasting of over 40 varieties, stay for the local chef’s and vendors that will be preparing bites of their favorite recipes using Windrose Farm tomatoes and tasty produce.
The Farm Stand will be open & selling much of the flavorful fare you will be grazing on throughout the afternoon. Proceeds will be used to fund local agricultural education scholarships.
Tickets are $25 — click here to buy them at FARMstead ED
Gates Open at 1:30pm
Festival Hours: 2pm – 6pm
Want to make a weekend of it?
Come camp at the Farm under the stars in the apple orchard!
See Orchard CAMPING at Windrose Farm for more details
Thank you for not bringing your dogs as we have enough of our own!
Our Festival Supper features local Chef Tim Veatch of Thomas Hill Organics and Chef Erik Gutierrez of Sweet Rose Creamery together at Windrose Farm.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to experience these Chef’s collaborating and presenting our locally grown. The evening kicks off with a farm tour, to then be followed by a multi-course meal showcasing Windrose Farm’s tasty heirloom tomatoes, seasonal produce & proteins and other local flavors paired with fabulous wines. This event sold out last year, so get your tickets early!
5:00pm Farm Tour
6:00pm Flights & Bites
7:00pm Festival Supper
Make a weekend of it and come camp under the stars in the apple orchard! More details available under ORCHARD CAMPING AT WINDROSE FARM
Make a weekend of it on the Farm! Reserve your camp site under the stars in the apple orchard. $20 per site/night; up to 4 people.
Bring your own gear…this is a rustic, dry camping experience!
Be sure to note your arrival and departure dates on your order.
Please, NO Dogs… we have enough already!
Great night of music and food – enjoy the music, the sunset and the stars !!!
This event is limited to 80 adults, so if you’d like to attend, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with the number of people in your group.
Barbara and Martha Van Inwegen of LifeElements (you know her from TheraBee honey!) invite you to come to the farm to learn more about the herbs and botanicals that make up some of your favorite spa products. This hands-on workshop will have you planting a few of your faves and creating an aromatic spa product to take home to enjoy. We will share tips on making bath salts, soaps, lotions and potions that will leave you feeling relaxed and special.
What a relaxing way to round out a scent-sational weekend after spending time at Saturday’s Lavender Festival in the downtown City Park of Paso Robles!
$85/pp includes class, workshop materials, self-made spa product and a locally grown lunch.
Buy your tickets at the FARMsteadED website: http://farmsteaded.com/collections/all/products/grow-your-own-spa-sunday-july-10th
WHEN: Sunday, April 24, 2016 from 3:30 PM to 7:30 PM
WHERE: Windrose Farm – 5750 El Pharo Drive Paso Robles, CA 93446
COST: $100 covers everything — dinner, wine, tax, gratuity and farm tour!
Come wrap up the Earth Day Food & Wine festival’s three-day celebration at Windrose Farm’s Wine Down event
Two workshops offered: How to Grow Great Heirloom Tomatoes & Plant Your “Palate”. Select one or both!
When: Sunday, April 24th 10am – 4pm, see workshop times below
Where: Windrose Farm, Paso Robles
Heirloom Plant Sale: The Windrose Farm Nursery will be open featuring heirloom plants & herbs, and all things needed to get your garden going and ready for spring! In-season produce & locally made products will also be stocked in the Farmstand. Plants & materials used in class will also be available so that you may purchase to continue to DIY back at home.
As usual, we’ll be at the annual gathering of “Celebrate the Craft” taking place on Sunday, October 25th at The Lodge at Torrey Pines®. We hope we’ll see you there too!
California is a state rich in extraordinary beauty and agricultural abundance, with a tradition of craft and culinary innovation. That’s why gourmets converge each year in beautiful La Jolla, California for a unique celebration of California’s beauty, bounty, and craftsmanship.
For the past thirteen years, “Celebrate the Craft” has been one of Southern California’s premier showcases for regionally grown ingredients and innovative cooking and winemaking.
As in years past, the celebration featured the finest food artisans from across California’s broad culinary spectrum, which demonstrated, discussed, showcased, and tasted their way through the vast array of premium food products available throughout the state. “Celebrate the Craft” delights anyone eager for food prepared with natural ingredients and careful craftsmanship. “The growing season runs year-round in our neck of Southern California, and the local agricultural community takes full advantage, affording us a unique variety of the freshest produce,” said Jeff Jackson, Executive Chef at A.R. Valentien at The Lodge at Torrey Pines and an innovator of fresh, regional cuisine. “With a daily abundance of fresh food to work with, it’s little wonder our local chefs are so creative.” The food and wine portion of the festival reaches its peak on Sunday, with a full day of cooking demonstrations by participating chefs from San Diego’s premier restaurants. Growers, vintners, and culinary artisans from some of California’s most renowned farms, bakeries, wineries, and confectioners were on hand to share their skill and enthusiasm. The Lodge at Torrey Pines, San Diego’s premier Five-Diamond resort, embodies the very best of Pacific coastal living. Designed in the Arts & Crafts tradition of architects Charles and Henry Greene, The Lodge is a loving homage of California Craftsman architecture, emphasizing authentic materials and craftsmanship, respect for the natural landscape, and integration of indoor and outdoor living.
Check www.celebratethecraft.com for the latest information.