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I have not been to Paso Robles, but it is on my must visit places especially when it comes to local wineries within California.
I did a bit of research and have come up with this list of wineries to visit:
If you love concerts, be sure to check out the Vina Robles Amphitheater, and plan your time there during a one of kind concert experience.
Seating Chart for Vino Robles Amphitheater
Another GREAT place to take in a concert is The Mountain Winery. This winery also has an amazing outdoor amphitheater that hosts a variety of concerts throughout the summer. This winery’s located in Saratoga, CA. (This is about 2 1/2 hours away from Paso Robles, but since we were talking concert venues had to mention this winery!)
When it comes to Paso Robles, there are a variety of wineries in this region, and there is no way to hit ALL of them in one visit. Check out this page for a pretty in depth listing of all the wineries.
And when in Paso Robles, make sure to take a visit to Hearst Castle, and afterwards stop at this winery: HammerSky Vineyards and Inn. It is one of the most well known photographer vineyards in the past 100 years. This vineyard specializes in Caberet Sauvignon, Merlot and Zinfandel.
The name of this winery caught my eye: Bella Luna Estate Winery. A small family vineyard that has a very unique style when it comes to fermenting their wine, but it’s that style that so many seek after.
Four Sisters Ranch (Serena’s Vineyard)
Four Sisters Ranch, another intriguing name to me planted Syrah and Cabaret grapes. They also make Merlot varieties. They were also recently present at this year’s Calabasa’s Food and Wine Festival. They planted in 1989 and are still growing.
Peachy Canyon Winery is a small, family owned winery. For those that love Zinfindels this is the winery for you as they specialize in them. This winery has been owned and operated by the Beckett family since 1988. They also specialize in the red variety.
There are so many more wineries to look through and explore with each one sharing their story of how they began and the varietals they’ve chosen to grown. Enjoy exploring around Paso Robles, or if you’ve been, share some of your stories with me below.
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