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Going Pink for Pinot and Paella happening at Wild Horse Winery Oct. 7 

Proceeds from fundraising event in Templeton to benefit Cancer Support Community

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Ticket-holders for Wild Horse Winery’s Going Pink for Pinot and Paella fundraising event on Oct. 7 benefiting the Cancer Support Community will enjoy wine, food, live music, and amazing views of the vineyards and grounds surrounding the winery.

Mark your calendar for Saturday, Oct. 7 and come on out to Wild Horse Winery in Templeton for the Going Pink for Pinot and Paella event benefiting the Cancer Support Community. The fundraising event, held in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, will take place from 1 to 4 p.m. Ticket-holders will enjoy wine, food, live music, and amazing views of the vineyards and grounds surrounding the winery.

“Not only does this event help the Cancer Support Community,” says Wild Horse Winery Visitor Center Manager Leslie Churchill, “it is a chance to try some of the best Pinot Noirs made on the Central Coast, sample amazing paella, and listen to the sounds of Proxima Parada. Everyone will receive a logo wine glass to take home, plus the positive feeling of helping those in our local community affected by cancer.”

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Enjoy Próxima Parada’s blend of soulful melody and hard-hitting rhythm at Wild Horse Winery’s Going Pink for Pinot and Paella fundraising event on Oct. 7 benefiting the Cancer Support Community.

Wild Horse Winery is known for making exceptional Pinot Noir from some of the best South County Vineyards on the Central Coast. The flight at the fundraising event will include Pinot Noir from famed vineyards such as Bien Nacido, Santa Maria Hills, Righetti, Rancho Sisquoc, and more. In addition, Chef Nick Nolan will be cooking up his famous paella to pair with the wines.

Although this is the first year for the staff at Wild Horse Winery to host Going Pink for Pinot and Paella, they have worked with the CSC in past years, donating $2 from every bottle of Rose sold in the tasting room each October in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

“Cancer, specifically breast cancer, is something that affects nearly everyone, whether it is a personal struggle or that of a loved one,” says Churchill. “Wild Horse Winery wants to be able to help those in our community who need the support the CSC can provide. We hope everyone will come out to our Going Pink for Pinot and Paella event on Oct. 7 to show their support as well.”

Tickets for Going Pink for Pinot and Paella are $45 for general admission and $35 for wine club members. To purchase tickets, call (805) 788-6315 or see www.WildHorseWinery.com.

The Cancer Support Community, a non-profit organization, helps support cancer patients and their families free of charge for non-medical and psychosocial needs. CSC provides a professional program of emotional support as well as education in order for participants to learn vital skills that will enable them regain control, reduce isolation, and restore hope regardless of the stage of disease. For more information on programs and events, call (805) 238-4411, see www.cscslo.org, or stop by 1051 Las Tablas Road, Suite E in Templeton.

Wild Horse Winery was named for the wild mustangs that roamed the hills east of the vineyard estate and is committed to spirited winemaking. Wild Horse Winery remains a champion of Central Coast winegrowing, committed to sustainable viticulture practices and creating fine wines expressing the region’s diversity. For more information, visit the tasting room at 1437 Wild Horse Winery Court in Templeton, call (805) 788-6300, or see www.WildHorseWinery.com.

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