Located in the coastal mountain range of central California, Paso Robles, or "Pass of the Oaks," is close to mountains, beaches and deserts. The area has an ideal climate for wine-making; grape growing in the region began in 1797. There are now more than 170 wineries, 26,000 vineyard acres and 40 varietals of wine. Visit the thermal springs, which are said to have healing powers, or one of the more modern spring resorts in the area.
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4.5 based on 220 reviews
Come visit Calcareous' tasting room, perched atop the hills of Paso Robles above the expansive Salinas Valley with a view that takes your breath away. A journey to "Lloyd's Lookout" will offer you award winning wines, spectacular views and beautifully landscaped outdoor picnic grounds. This site was designed specifically for visitors wanting to escape the routines of their daily lives and relish in an extraordinary wine-tasting experience. In this spirit we offer private winery tours by appointment and wine and food pairings featuring local organic fare. Pairings are available from 12 - 3pm each Saturday and Sunday.
We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to Calcareous Vineyard. Jules, our server, was friendly and knowledgeable about their wines! Nice seating area outside to enjoy wines & views. Our tastings were very relaxed & we were able to take our time and just enjoy the day!
4.5 based on 154 reviews
Estrella Warbirds Museum is dedicated to the restoration and preservation of military aircraft, vehicles and memorabilia of those who flew and worked in the military aviation field. Our approach, however, is not to glorify conflict but rather to make a future generation aware of the fact our way of life does not come without sacrifice. Founded over 25 years ago by two men with two airplanes and a strong desire to see an aviation museum in Paso Robles, California, little did they realize how far and how rapidly their initial dream would carry them. Today, located on over 13 acres of land, situated on the Paso Robles Municipal Airport grounds, the Estrella Warbirds Museum is one of the fastest growing non-profit museum on the west coast. The museum has become an intregral part of the Paso Robles community attracting visitors from around the world.
The museum is a fun stop for the whole family, with an unexpectedly large collection that you can "Get up close and personal" to. Great for aviation and automobile buffs, including the kids.
4.5 based on 655 reviews
TOBIN JAMES-IT'S ALL TRUE!! Open 10 - 6 daily. Tobin James Cellars, established in 1985, is famous for its rich, intense Cabernet Sauvignons, Zinfandels, Syrahs, Merlot, Bordeaux blends, Chardonnay and many other varietals. Tasting at the Grand Antique Bar, the popular Tasting Room is always a must for wine lovers. The legendary James Gang Wine Club is a growing testament to the winery's commitment to excellent quality and its fun, unpretentious approach to wine. Complimentary tasting. Only closed Christmas Day.
I have the pleasure of visiting Paso Robles twice a year and my MUST VISIT winery every time is Tobin James Winery. The ambience is welcoming and festive, the wines divine and I am always amazed at the affordability! I also get excited to see what they have new in their huge gift shop and rarely get away without finding a new treasure. I truly love Tobin James!
4.5 based on 172 reviews
Historic Halter Ranch is a vineyard and winery located in the heart of the Paso Robles' Westside Adelaida District. California's Central Coast Wine Country has ideal conditions for growing superior wine grapes and producing world-class wines. The 100% estate-grown wines are sustainably farmed on westside limestone soils. Tradition and innovation mix at Halter Ranch to produce Bordeaux and Rhone wines of the highest quality.
My wife and I revisited Halter Ranch in Paso Robles since it is one of our favorites. The cabs are excellent, the syrah very good as well as the Grenache and Rose. Located on Adelaida Road near some other fine wineries, this should be on your list of places to visit while in Paso. The wine pourings are sufficient and the cost of a tasting very reasonable.
The tasting room offers beautiful views and there is also outside patio seating, weather permitting.
4.5 based on 244 reviews
Visit Sculpterra Winery and Sculpture Garden in Paso Robles, California and experience a unique fusion of wine and art. Escape to another world as you enter the property and view the decorative iron signage, fencing and tasting room embellishments by Bob Bentley, a master blacksmith with a renaissance style and quality that will astound you. Enjoy a picnic or just stroll through our magnificent sculpture garden, a testimonial to the life work of John Jagger, a world renown sculptor. His larger than life sculptures in bronze and granite are truly amazing. The tasting room of Sculpterra Winery currently features Jagger’s miniature series of bronze sculptures as well as fine and contemporary pieces of art from Aleah Koury, a nationally recognized artist. Sculpterra Winery & Sculpture Garden is a must see for anyone visiting the Central Coast. Sculpterra is your best choice among Paso Robles wineries for intimate wine country weddings, club meetings and special events on the California Central Coast.
Beautiful winery both on the grounds and inside. The metal sculpture is beautiful. The wines are a little more unusual varieties and the are moderately priced. They did not represent as many wines as I would have expected. The wine we bought was a wonderful red blend and is one of their signature wines, very good.
4.5 based on 356 reviews
In 1973, Gary Eberle began his career in the wine industry by heading his family's Estrella River Winery (currently 360 Degrees in Paso Robles) and produced 500,000 cases a year at its facility. Eberle's pioneering spirit didn't stop there. In 1980, he co-founded the Paso Robles Appellation and in 1983, Gary opened the doors to his own Eberle Winery with the premiere of Eberle's 1979 Cabernet Sauvignon. Today, Eberle handcrafts 25,000 cases of wine each year from surrounding Estate vineyards. And, after more than 33 years since the release of the Eberle label, the winery consistently remains one of the highest award-winning wineries in the United States.The German name "Eberle" translates to "small boar." At Eberle Winery, a bronze boar greets every guest who visits the Tasting Room. The statue is the 93rd replica of the original bronze Porcellino cast by Tacca in 1620. And today, the original can be found in the straw market in Florence, Italy. It is considered good luck to rub the boar's nose and toss a coin in the water below. Guest enjoy complimentary wine tasting and cave tours daily. Reservations for VIP Tour & Tasting, groups of 8 or more guests or reserve tastings please contact in advance.
Seems like this winery/vineyard has its act together! Beautiful vineyard, friendly, knowledgeable and enthusiastic staff with very good wines. We ended up with their Reserve Cab, Chardonnay and Syrah, but the rest of the wines on their tasting flight are pretty good too - did I say the tasting is free? Good marketing but beyond just marketing, the staff seems genuinely passionate about what they do and about the wine industry around Paso. They freely gave out recommendations/shout outs to their "competitors" and shared their knowledge of the area. I guess when one is confident of one's own product, it shows. In particular, shout out to Justin, a knowledgeable young lady who is very passionate about wine making, and the wine industry... and the good life! Thanks for the recommendations on where to visit/have meals etc... great recommendations!
The cave tour is interesting too - it happens every half hour I think, or when there is a large enough group of folks... nice to walk through the area to get a sense of what they do...short but interesting. Along the way we passed by a small alcove with a table being set up for a VIP wine and cheese pairing - apparently, wine club members get to book the special VIP sitting, where one is treated to wine and cheese with pairings, something that non members have to pay (I think) $35 for. Another good deal!
Being welcomed by the 2 beautiful poodles is also a bonus! Beautiful dogs! I think their grooming cost more than my haircut (and they have better "barbers" too!)
4.5 based on 237 reviews
Known for great times, award winning wines, Opolo is located on picturesque Vineyard Drive. Come enjoy a wide range of experiences, from tours and cheese pairings, varied flight options and Pairings on the Patio to The Distillery at Opolo or one of our events on the hilltop where you'll enjoy gorgeous vineyard views.
The Opolo Vineyard has some excellent wines. One of our favorites is the Viogner which unfortunately they had just sold out of, however their Chardonnay was wonderful too. Along with their Zinfandel. We had lunch on the patio overlooking the Vineyard and enjoyed their handmade Pizzas, which were quite tasty.
4.5 based on 149 reviews
Adelaida Cellars' family owned vineyards include seven distinct properties totaling 168 acres in the craggy mountainous terrain of Paso Robles' Adelaida District. Only 14 miles from the Pacific Ocean on steep elevated sites, a diverse planting of 24 varieties with an emphasis in Rhônes, old vine pinot noir, dry farmed zinfandel, and mountain style cabernet sauvignon, our stressed vines produce low yields of precise flavor.
We have spent loads of time in the Sonoma/Napa area, but only one day before in the Paso Robles region. We are here for two days and this was our first winery. We did the reserve tasting, which was private, and served with a beautiful, locally sourced cheese and charcuterie board. WHICH WAS EXCELLENT. Glenn did our tasting and was simply superb. We leaned SO much about the winery, its history (which is such a great story), and more. We could not leave without a few bottles of Adelaida's incredible wines. We LOVED this place, and it is also a beautiful winery physically. Be sure not to miss it!
4.5 based on 220 reviews
Wonderful French Rhone Style wines...even have some of the first Mourvedre vines brought to the winery on display. Ambiance is great and our tastings were well done with a lot of information about the wines and the vineyards. They have a wonderful outdoor patio where you can bring your lunch and enjoy the scenery and the wine with your own food. Great Rousanne wine!
4.5 based on 154 reviews
Our sustainably-farmed, estate-grown wines capture the vibrant flavors of California's Central Coast. We invite you to experience our friendly hospitality and meet our knowledgeable staff. We offer complimentary tastings daily for both the novice wine fan as well as the avid enthusiast. (closed New Years Day, Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas Day)
If you’re looking for relaxing winery, you could stop here. They have a nice wide porch with tables where you can sit and enjoy some wine and look at the Vineyards. The wine tasting room is comfortable with big windows where you can see the vines. The wine tastings are free! They have pretty decent wines and we bought two bottles while we were there. They have a small gift shop with moderately priced items. They do not sell food, so bring some of your own if you would like to enjoy some cheese and crackers with your wine. I was impressed that they gave us crackers along with our free tastings. The servers were very friendly very helpful and fun to talk to. Parking is free and there’s plenty of parking.Overall it was a nice experience.
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