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Where To Buy Slo Down Wines VERIFIED


With a story so rich and expansive, it's far better to watch our video to get a sense of who we are and how we are wildly different from anyone else in the wine industry. But basically, in a nutshell, I started slo down wines in 2008 with 93 cases of sexual chocolate. Never could I imagine that I would be here telling you this story 7 years later with a wine that has blown up across the country and has also allowed me to release two new wines - broken dreams chardonnay and stand out cabernet/merlot blend. Slo down wines had a very humble start and we remain humble and grateful for all of our supporters out there who want to ditch the boring, stuffy, old rules that surround wine and just drink it for pure pleasure and fun. Brandon Allen, Director of Important Stuff and Slutty Winemaker




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"We're completely breaking all the pre-existing constricts," Silliman said. "We didn't start with $20 million. We don't have a tasting room, and we're not Chateau Silliman, handed down to us from our parents' parents. We're SLO Down Wines, and we're here to (expletive) things up."


After graduation, Forsythe got a job at San Francisco's Crushpad, a make-your-own-barrel venue that has since moved to the Wine Country. Silliman moved to the city, and the three friends decided to go legit "with licenses and stuff" and set up an office in Dogpatch. Although Allen remained in San Luis Obispo, where he began attending Cal Poly full time to study agriculture business, he contributed his life's savings to the venture - $5,000 - to buy grapes from throughout California.


Stacy has worked at the San Francisco Chronicle as a reporter since 1997, when she moved to San Francisco after previously working at the Rocky Mountain News, Los Angeles Daily News, San Diego Union-Tribune and the Los Angeles Times. She started at the Chronicle as a general assignment reporter, covering breaking news, catastrophes, crime, criminal and civil trials. Later, she moved to the food and wine section, where she covered food and wine trends and news.


Split a case with a friend or coworker. Try wines not available at LCBO stores. You must be 19 years of age to purchase alcohol. please note that we only deliver in Ontario.


If you're in need of plans this Friday, why not Send Nudes or indulge in a little Sexual Chocolate? OK, slow down - we're literally just talking about some of the actual names of our favorite SLO Down wines!


Interested? It's all going down this Friday, August 21 at 6 pm EST. Order up a bottle (or three) from SLO Down Wines by Tuesday to get them in time for the tasting - and don't forget to use code "SALON21" for 30% off! Sign up HERE!


Wanna drink too? Attendees can head to The Corkscrew to sample wines from local purveyors including Scribe, Turley Wine Cellars, Banshee, Mouton Noir, SLO Down Wines, and Hoxie Spritzer. The event will even feature a tricked out 1969 El Camino serving up sparkling wine.


From the town of San Luis Obispo, drive out on Chorro Street, which passes the city's 1772 mission, through a neighborhood of lushly landscaped Craftsman and Spanish-style casitas. Take Foothill Boulevard west to Los Osos Valley Road, winding out through artichoke fields, cow pastures and rocky peaks toward the small beach community of Los Osos. Stop at Los Osos Oaks State Natural Reserve to walk through sage scrub and gnarled, centuries-old coastal live oaks dripping with Spanish moss. For pygmy forests, head across town to the Elfin Forest Natural Area, a preserve where a wooden walkway winds through a sand dune landscape of wild hyacinths, succulents and rare horned lizards. A more ambitious hike can be found at the 8,000-acre Monta[+ or -]a de Oro State Park, a rugged playground of remote beaches, wildflower meadows, canyons and the 1,300-foot Valencia Peak.


Drive north to Morro Bay's Tognazzini's Dockside Restaurant for oysters from the bay, barbecued with garlic butter or raw on the half shell. Sit on a deck beneath a striped umbrella and watch the sea lions in front of the 576-foot ''Gibraltar of the Pacific.'' Then, take Highway 41 over the golden coastal mountains and through Los Padres National Forest to Atascadero. Skip the county's best-known brewery, Firestone Walker, in favor of BarrelHouse Brewing Company, a big, beautiful brewery that turns out everything from unfiltered BarrelHouse IPA to Sunny Daze, a seasonal blond ale infused with clementine oranges and local honey. The backyard has picnic tables and a 1933 Dodge flatbed truck that serves as a stage for live music on weekend evenings. This summer BarrelHouse will open BarrelHouse SLO, a 15-tap speakeasy-style basement taproom in a 100-year-old building in downtown San Luis Obispo.


Point Reyes National Seashore is an easy day trip from San Francisco, but stop and stay awhile and you'll find a multitude of reasons to return to its windswept coastline time and time again. On the drive over from SF, park up in Point Reyes Station town for provisions: Cowgirl Creamery is your go-to for cheese and charcuterie, Point Reyes Books is where you can stock up on reading material, Tony's Feed Barn brews the best coffee in town, and Bovine Bakery is a must-visit for homemade chai tea and pizza. En route from town to the seashore, drop in for tastings at Heidrun Meadery and Point Reyes Vineyards, and get your Tomales Bay oyster fix at Marshall Store (order the fish tacos, too) or Hog Island Oyster Co. Food and drink aside, make time to go hiking (if you only have time for one trail, make it Chimney Rock) and visit Tule Elk Preserve, the Cypress Tree Tunnel, Point Reyes Shipwreck, and 150-year-old Point Reyes Lighthouse. 041b061a72


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