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Enjoy expressive Rhône, Bordeaux/Meritage, and Italian-style blends at Hearthstone's hilltop tasting room. A laid-back atmosphere, bocce court, and oak-shaded deck await!
A family of “vintage cowboys”, the Arnolds have mastered their Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Zinfandel varietals that you'll enjoy until the cows come home. The Arnolds will make you feel like family on your next trip out to the Vintage Cowboy tasting room—just next door to the historic Pozo Saloon.
On Vineyard Drive in the Willow Creek region of Paso Robles, Dover Canyon boasts expressive Zinfandel and Rhône varieties and blends.
Visit the newly remodeled tasting room, bistro, and gift boutique at San Antonio Winery in Paso Robles. Savor a variety of San Antonio labels in historic Paso Robles wine country.
Visit Niner Wine Estate for tasting flights of estate grown wines, a full lunch menu, and special events with Heart Hill as your backdrop.
In the rolling hills of the Templeton Gap, warm and breezy climate and limestone soil make the ideal home for Red Soules Winery. Stop by with a picnic lunch, grab a glass, and have an afternoon to remember!
A kaleidoscope of Rhône varietals at Kaleidos! Enjoy a taste at the Kaleidos’ Tasting Room off Vineyard Drive in Paso Robles, co-located with Changala Winery.
Eos, the Greek Goddess of the Dawn, beckons! Enjoy dense reds, complex whites, and luscious dessert wines. And learn the namesake of Eos: be seduced!
Clavo is a small boutique winery specializing in wines expressive of the vineyard fruit.
Nobody forgets a Chronic Cellars wine label: grinning skulls and bright colors. You might almost be frightened off the sumptuous wine therein. Jump in with both feet—enjoy the Chronic and unlock the secrets hidden in the vine. In vino veritas!
A passion for Zinfandel, a legacy of old world Italian-style winemaking, a family tradition with a new spin: J Dusi Wines.
Snug in an oceanside canyon, nestled among apple orchards, serenaded by the “hey-yow hey-yow” of wandering peacocks—you’ll find Kelsey See Canyon Vineyards. Swing by and enjoy award-winning wines, taste apple-grape cider blends, and drink in the ambiance of a truly unique tasting experience.
Expressing the terroir of the Central Coast for more than 30 years, Edna Valley Vineyard is the prime example of San Luis Obispo winemaking. Discover fruit-forward wines with a hit of oak at the laid-back tasting room just outside San Luis Obispo. Grab a glass and enjoy the SLO life!
A laid back tasting room with endless opportunities: café, open tasting room space, gift shop, patio, and picnic area. Grab a glass and a tasty treat from the café at Broken Earth Winery and have the best Paso Robles has to offer.
French and Italian varietals comprise elegant Bianchi wines with finesse and complexity.
A showcase of Rhône and Priorat style wines in Paso Robles—“America’s Rhône.” 57 acres of high elevation vines on steep slopes.
A family tradition with a cowboy heritage. Taste the forward-looking sustainably-produced wines that have a deep sense of their past at B&E.
Croad Vineyards is nestled within California's wine country surrounded by the majestic views of west side Paso Robles. The winery & tasting room are located near Vineyard Drive in Paso Robles.The Mission style architecture blended with New Zealand "KIWI" influence bring a truly unique experience to your visit.
Discover Dunning Vineyards at the End of the Road. It’s Paso’s “Best Kept Secret” featuring award-winning wines and vines.
A view as sumptuous as the wine in your glass! Pear Valley is family-owned with a focus on low-yield, intensely-flavorful vines.
1400’ vines, calcareous soil, and premium vines. Ten planted varietals affording plenty blending options.
Rangeland Wines truly lives up to its name. Grapes are grown in coastal mountains blanketed in oak woodlands and teeming with grazing livestock and curious wildlife. And, staying true to nature, winemakers strive to vinify the wine as naturally as possible.
Estate wines in the traditional French Rhône style. Organically grown, dry farmed vines produce expressive fruit and wine that’s approachable yet complex.
“European Inspiration, California Character.” The hospitality center is a feast for the senses: impressive architecture, sweeping views of East Paso Robles, estate wine tasting, small plates, chocolate and cheese pairings—and we’ve got to mention the amphitheater that brings headlining acts to the Central Coast year round.
Pipestone Vineyards’ rows are plowed by horses. Horses! Their commitment to organic and sustainable farming practice is about more than a certificate and bragging rights. And it has a real impact on the depth, complexity, and quality of the wines produced.