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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.
Visit Niner Wine Estate for tasting flights of estate grown wines, a full lunch menu, and special events with Heart Hill as your backdrop.
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.
Clavo is a small boutique winery specializing in wines expressive of the vineyard fruit.
Words can’t begin to express the marvels of the tasting room atop DAOU Mountain. Stunning architecture, captivating views, and fantastic wine. At DAOU, it’s all about Bordeaux varieties—specifically Cabernet Sauvignon. Grab a glass at the tasting room and drink in everything DAOU has to offer.
Estate wines in the traditional French Rhône style. Organically grown, dry farmed vines produce expressive fruit and wine that’s approachable yet complex.
The tasting room is perched on a hill overlooking the vineyards. Enjoy a flight, pair it with a cheese tasting, and drink in the rolling landscape. Hand-crafted high-end wines from the El Pomar region of Templeton. 16 varietals grown on 44.5 acres. Cheers!
Grab a glass at the Old School House tasting room on 46 West. Enjoy Estate Zin, Rhône and Bordeaux blends, and more. Have a picnic under the oaks and soak in the view.
A boutique family owned and operated Westside Paso Robles winery. Zinfandel and Rhône blends expressing the subtlety of the Westside terroir.
In East side Paso Robles in Pleasant Valley, you’ll find small production wines with big flavor. It’s “Wine to Die For” … Good thing you’re already at the Graveyard.
Small-batch wines sold exclusively through the tasting room. Check out the boutique estate in westside Paso Robles and grab a glass. Cheers!
Stop by way down Vineyard Drive and enjoy a glass at the tasting room—or make reservations for a picnic amongst the vines. Cheers!
Head downtown Paso Robles and stop by the Historic Almond Growers building for a tasting of Derby Wines. And for an “Elevated Experience,” you can enjoy a reserve tasting in the “Almost Room” at the top of the tower and drink in a 360 degree view of Paso Robles.
A small family owned estate vineyard and winery producing small lots of premium, handcrafted wines. Located on the Eastside of Paso Robles along the Huerhuero Creek.
Bringing together the art and science of winemaking—a cypher in your glass for your palette to solve! Enjoy pairings and small plates Friday through Sunday—and pizza on weekends April through October.
A boutique, craft winery focusing on small lot, high quality creative blends.
Naturally produced wines that express themselves boldly. Pure, alive, and fresh!
In the tasting room, savor a flight of five wines from dry-farmed West Paso vineyards. Or make a reservation for a “Pinnacle Tasting” of Lone Madrone’s finest wines in the barrel room.
Swing by the tasting room and enjoy Shale Oak Winery’s limited-production, high-quality, sustainably-produced wines.
Swing by the historic 1920s farmhouse for a flight of Pomar Junction wines—surrounded by rolling hills and oak-studded vineyards.
The Gluntz Family Winery specializes in small batch and fortified wine.
Slow down and relax in the informal atmosphere that visitors treasure almost as much as Shadow Run’s award-winning wines. The winery is family-owned and always in the tasting room, ready to discuss as much or as little about the wine as you choose!
Red and white Rhône-style wines from vines in the Willow Creek region of Paso Robles. Sustainably farmed and vinified with a traditional, minimalist approach.
Small-yield vineyards produce grapes with a profound depth and sense of place. These handmade wines truly “Let the Soil Speak.“ Have a conversation with these wines at the lovely hilltop tasting room. Cheers!
Enjoy the hilltop tasting room at 2,320 feet under a canopy of oaks. Taste Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Zinfandel, and Rhône varietals in the mountainous westside Paso Robles region.