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A sojourner turned winemaker brings us Desperada Wines. A bouquet of red varietals from just as many growers make winemaker Vailia From’s palette. The Desparada calls for you—enjoy!
Specializing in mysterious Italian reds, rich and complex: Sangiovese, Nebbiolo, and Aglianico.
A Paso Robles take on Italian varietals: Sangiovese, Nebbiolo, Barbera, Primitivo, Pinot Grigio, Dolcetto. Tuscans so Paso, you’ll call ‘em “Super”!
Clesi focuses on food-focused Italian-varietal wines sourced from the most expressive vines in the Central Coast. Aglianico, Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot from the Templeton Gap—and Malvasia from the cooler Monterey AVA.
Italian style wines made to drink!
“Where fine wine begins at the vine.” San Marcos Creek Vineyard specializes in small lots of finely crafted, single vineyard, estate grown and produced varietals. Family owned and operated, taking great pride in providing memorable tasting experiences.
Italian-varietal wines from Paso Robles vinified using old-world technique. Giornata wines are made to express the character of variety, terroir, and vintage.
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.
Bella Luna Estate Winery is a small, family winery focusing on Italian varietals, making small lot productions of premium red and white wine. The estate is located on five acres in the Templeton Gap District in the famous Paso Robles wine region.
Howl at the moon with the twin brothers who bring you Twin Coyotes wines in Cambria.
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.