Paso Robles Wine Tourism

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Calcareous Vineyard

Calcareous Vineyard is the answer to a winemaker’s dream.

Castoro Cellars

As owners of Castoro Cellars, one of the oldest wineries in the Paso Robles region, the husband and wife team of Niels and Bimmer Udsen couldn’t be more excited about the direction their winery is headed more than 30 years later. 

Eberle Winery

When Gary Eberle founded Eberle Winery 35 years ago with the premiere of his 1979 Cabernet Sauvignon, he introduced the world to more than a distinctive label; he introduced it to Paso Robles.

Grey Wolf Cellars and Barton Family Wines

Blending is an art that’s practiced at every turn at Grey Wolf Cellars and Barton Family Wines. The winery was founded in 1994 by Joe and Shirlene Barton, whose son Joe has since taken the reins and modernized the brand.

J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines

With a certified sustainable estate program spanning more than 3,700 acres in Paso Robles, Monterey County’s Arroyo Seco and Santa Lucia Highlands regions, and Napa Valley, J. Lohr is also one of California’s leading estate-focused wineries.

Le Vigne Winery

Le Vigne Winery was founded with a passion for terroir, exceptional wines, and spectacular food.

Sextant Wines

As Wine Enthusiast crowns Paso Robles 2014 Wine Region of the Year, Sextant Wines can be found at the helm.


While Hope Family Wines is steeped in the winemaking tradition, they are known for blazing new trails in Paso Robles. 

Venteux Vineyards

Venteux (pronounced “vin-two” and meaning “windy” in French) is a fitting name for this boutique winery. Not only is it located in the gusty Templeton Gap, it also represents the passion and dedication of two families—Scott and Bobbi Stelzle, and Patricia and Adam Goldenberg.

Vina Robles Vineyards & Winery

Set on an oak-dotted hillside in eastern Paso Robles, Vina Robles epitomizes the stylistic bridge between Old and New-World winemaking.

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Paso Robles is a unique gem among California’s collection of illustrious wine countries. It is California’s fastest growing and geographically largest appellation, and for good reason. Unlike most of the state’s wine regions, which have the fertile soil of ancient sea and river beds, Paso Robles has 45 different soil series, primarily made up of bedrock, like weathered granite and volcanic rocks. These inimitable and ideal variables produce equally exceptional wines. The Zinfandels, Bordeaux and Rhone-style wines and signature, experimental blends that can only be found in Paso Robles make this spot a must-visit on the wine map.

Whereas neighboring regions are known for a few key wine trails, Paso Robles boasts 26,000 acres of vineyards and five distinct wine trails, dispersing the crowds and creating a more leisurely and enjoyable tasting experience. Though recent reviews have put Paso Robles at the top of the wine destination list and increased its prestige and demand, the town has held true to its reputation as an easy-going wine destination where visitors come to taste stellar wines and get away from it all.