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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.
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!
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!
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.
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.
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.
1400’ vines, calcareous soil, and premium vines. Ten planted varietals affording plenty blending options.
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.
Experience the Pleasant Valley Wine Trail at Riverstar Vineyard and Winery. The winery offers delicious estate wines, vacation rentals, and a picturesque grassy knoll for your special events or just a simple picnic lunch.
An estate vineyard in the Templeton Gap, Victor Hugo is small, family-owned and operated winery specializing in small, hand-crafted lots of wine with intense colors and flavors.
Sunshine and breeze. Warm summer days and cool nights. Clay loam, decomposed granite, and limestone. Gosh, that’s everything you need for awesome wine. The terroir leaps from Penman Springs Vineyard wines. Enjoy!
Le Vigne, Italian for “the vineyard.” Head to Le Vegne Winery to experience the culmination of the journey from sunlight to vine to glass.
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.
A Paso Robles take on Italian varietals: Sangiovese, Nebbiolo, Barbera, Primitivo, Pinot Grigio, Dolcetto. Tuscans so Paso, you’ll call ‘em “Super”!
Cass Vineyard and Winery is located in the rolling, oak-studded hills between Paso Robles and Creston on California's beautiful Central Coast. Due east of the “Templeton Gap”, you’ll find Rhône and Bordeaux blends to enjoy at the bar or out on the veranda. Cheers!
Beachfront tasting room full of locals and good cheer.
Educational tours, wine caverns, barrel tasting, and old-world bocce on official oyster shell courts. Oh! And the wine! Deliciously expressive wines capturing the Paso Robles region with exceptional color and flavor—enjoy!
Quirky folks who are serious about wine! Producing exquisite small-production wines only available at the tasting room. Enjoy character-driven wines paired with small bites at Le Cuvier today! Well, if “today” is Thursday through Monday between 11AM and 5PM.
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.
At the crossroads of Highway 46 and Highway 41 at the famous Jack Ranch Cafe, well-known for its proximity to the James Dean Memorial site.