Paso Robles Wineries
A Directory To Help You Plan Your Tour
Planning a wine tasting tour of the Paso Robles wineries and vineyards? This guide has information on tasting room hours, locations, fees and whether or not winery tours are available.
The Paso Robles wine country is located inland from the California central coast. There are over 100 wineries in operation, from small and specialized to large scale, mass producing endeavors. Though the first vineyard was planted in 1797 at the mission in San Miguel, the last decade or so has been a huge period of growth, with wineries popping up all over the Paso Robles area.
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The wineries are spread out to the east and west of Highway 101 over rolling hills and rural countryside. For ease of planning your California wine tasting tour, the Paso Robles wine country can be divided into three sections: the eastern side of the freeway, the western side of the freeway and the Templeton area (which lies south of Paso Robles).
East Paso Robles Wine Tasting
West Paso Robles Winery Directory
Templeton California Wineries
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Pick an area to start with, and then choose a few wineries you would like to stop at to sample wines, have a picnic, browse the gift shop, take a tour, and/or just look around and enjoy the ambience.
There's even an olive press you can visit with a tasting room for olive oil. Pasolivo is located at the Willow Creek olive ranch. At Pasolivo, you can tour the olive press, learn how olive oil is made, and browse the gift shop. Their tasting room is open 11-5. They are located at 8530 Vineyard Drive. Call 805-227-0186. It's the perfect complement to a day of wine tasting.
You can base your wine country tour in the town of Paso Robles, which has several
and restaurants to choose from. Many
Paso Robles bed and breakfast inns
are located out amongst the vineyards.
From there it is only about a half hour's drive to the coast. To the south is the fishing village of Morro Bay, while to the north is the seaside town of Cambria with it's art galleries and shops. Further north up scenic Highway 1 is Hearst Castle and Big Sur.
Alternatively, if you choose to find
on the coast, you can make your tour of Paso Robles wineries into a day trip. Either way, the combination of Paso Robles wine country and the central coast's offerings makes for a delightful sensory experience.
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