Pssst…Pacific Coast Wineries
Just west of Paso Robles and north of SLO Wine Country, the natural and rugged California coastline begs to be explored with deserted beaches, enchanting seaside towns, and—best of all—seven distinct boutique wineries. Together, they form The Pacific Coast Wine Trail, an incomparable route leading from the quintessential beach town of Cayucos to historic San Simeon, with stops between in the towns of Harmony and Cambria. Each tasting room is different with its own story to tell. But, as you sample the handcrafted, premium wines of Hearst Ranch Winery, Black Hand Cellars, Moonstone Cellars, Twin Coyotes, Stolo Family Winery, Harmony Cellars, and Cayucos Cellars, you’ll discover what strings them together. You’ll see that, words like “small,” “family owned,” and “history” are commonly used. And in many, the owner or winemaker is there, willing to talk for awhile about what it’s like to make wine in this stunning place that’s off the beaten path, yet perfect in so many ways.