Places – Wine and Whinnies – Wineries for Horse Enthusiasts

Cork: Perfect For The Wine Bottle “Pop”

No matter the language, culture or occasion, people enjoy “popping the cork” and enjoying wine all over the world. In SLO County, the wine culture has been thriving – and growing – for years. Have you ever stopped to think about just what it takes to keep that delicious nectar at its peak in the bottle? Well, it’s all about the cork! Journey along with Sharon Jantzen to Portugal where she spent a lovely afternoon watching horses under cork trees.

Keeping the Western Lifestyle Alive: Vintage Cowboy Winery

“We love our label because it tells people what we do and who we are. The western lifestyle is appealing to people; even city people have embraced it. Our name allows us to focus on a niche market that embraces the western lifestyle. The wine connects our lifestyle to our customers,” Michelle explains the story behind the label to Sharon Jantzen who spent a morning enjoying Vintage Cowboy Winery.

Magnificence in Life Captured in the Art of Equine Photography

Equine magnificence is captured in the Art of Equine Photography as it focuses on artistically rendering the spirit of the horse, producing something more like a painting than a photograph.

Catch this beautiful art at Castoro Cellars Winery​ in Templeton through the month of July 2016. Sharon Jantzen met up with the two San Luis Obispo County photographers who are showcasing their work here during the recent Artists’ Reception.