Paso Robles Winery Directory

Located halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, in northern San Luis Obispo County, the once sleepy farming community of Paso Robles, California has awakened over the past 20 years. It is now widely known as an innovative region where creativity flows as freely as the wine. Any tour through the region’s rolling hills can uncover something new. Besides an exciting variety of winegrapes, winemakers are experimenting and creating new, intriguing blends. When it comes to new trends in wine, spirits, and food, there’s a good chance you’ll find it in Paso Robles.


Featured Wineries

Ancient Peaks Winery

EXTRAORDINARY WINES and early California ranchero hospitality are at the core of Ancient Peaks Winery. Located along the southernmost border of Paso Robles, the winery is part of a 14,000-acre, historic working
cattle ranch. 

Brecon Estate

The highly acclaimed Brecon Estate is an artisanal boutique estate winery nestled in the rolling westside hills outside of Paso Robles.

Calcareous Vineyard

The terroir of Calcareous vineyard estate combines with the skills of head winemaker Jason Joyce to consistently transform grapes from this rugged piece of Paso Robles into world-class wines.

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

JERRY LOHR IS A CENTRAL COAST winegrowing pioneer who realized the inherent potential of two very different regions, about 75 miles apart. 

Le Vigne Winery

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

Robert Hall Winery

Embrace the good life and appreciate the essence of Paso Robles with a visit to Robert Hall Winery.

Sculpterra Winery

Beyond an impressive list of varietals and a Primitivo Port, Sculpterra offers a number of blends dedicated to specific wine regions around the globe. The wine labels feature original artist rendered line drawings and names inspired by sculpted works.

Sextant Wines

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


The name Treana symbolizes a trinity of the sun, soil, and ocean—the elements needed to produce premium wine grapes. Treana was introduced in 1996 when Austin Hope became the second generation Hope to lead the family business as they began producing their own wine.

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

An unforgettable wine country experience awaits at Vina Robles Vineyards & Winery, where first-class hospitality service is punctuated with unique, memorable experiences with wine, food and music at their core. 

Notable Wineries

Arroyo Robles Winery

The Arroyo Robles Winery portfolio is distinctive and diverse. “Our goal is to create quality wines that taste good to people,” Jason says.

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Bianchi Winery

The vision for Bianchi Winery began in 1974 when Glenn Bianchi and his father Joe purchased a winery and vineyard on the banks of the San Joaquin River.

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Broken Earth Winery

Like its exceptional estate wines, the name for Broken Earth Winery was born in the vineyard.

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At Cellar360, Paso literally meets Napa by featuring a remarkable scope of wines from the Napa Valley and other regions across California and the world.

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D'Anbino Vineyards & Cellars

D’Anbino Vineyards & Cellars is a fun-loving family of professional musicians who strive to blend wine with music, food, and family.

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Doce Robles Winery

Year in, year out, Doce Robles wines have stood out from the crowd, possessing bright structure, soft fruit, and moderate levels of alcohol.

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EOS Estate Winery

Vintage after vintage, Eos wines are readily described as delicious and approachable.

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First Crush Winemaking Experience

Paso Roble's very own, First Crush is the first winery of its kind that takes customers beyond the tasting room for berry-to-bottle experiences.

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HammerSky Vineyards & Inn

HammerSky is distinguished by a strikingly beautiful century-old farmhouse which sits regally alongside the entrance driveway. The majestic building is one indication to visitors that they’re in for a truly memorable experience.

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Hunt Cellars

In less than ten years in the winemaking business, Hunt Cellars has struck the right note—not just once, but over and over again.

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J&J Cellars

J&J Cellars is a destination that always makes people feel welcome and right at home.  

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Kiamie Wine Cellars

Kiamie Wine Cellars wines are the product of a collaborative effort between three men who recognized that truly distinctive blends could be made from Paso Robles’ very best grapes.

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Locatelli Vineyards & Winery

When Raynette and Louis Gregory decided to revive his family winemaking heritage and establish Locatelli Vineyards in 1996, they set their sights on the northernmost part of the Paso Robles wine-growing region.

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Mitchella Vineyard & Winery

Visitors are warmly welcomed in the homey Tuscan villa-style tasting room that offers beautiful views of the East Paso Robles hills. 

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Niner Wine Estates

When former math teacher Amanda Cramer first became the winemaker for Niner Wine Estates in 2004, she felt a bit like a kid in a candy store.

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Opolo Vineyards

Great times, great wines, and great customer service are all waiting at Opolo Vineyards. The winery is located on a beautiful 70-acre mountain site in Far Out Paso Robles.

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Paso Robles CAB Collective

For lovers of Cabernet and other Bordeaux varietals, Paso Robles is a fascinating new frontier.

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Peachy Canyon Winery

It is only fitting that the Peachy Canyon Winery tasting room is housed in an historic nineteenth-century schoolhouse along Highway 46 West in Paso Robles.

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Pear Valley Vineyard

A whole lot of determination, tons of elbow grease, and a knack for doing things right formed the foundation of Pear Valley Vineyards. 

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Penman Springs Vineyard

Perched on a hill overlooking the rolling hills of eastern Paso Robles wine country, Penman Springs Vineyard makes even first-time visitors feel like they’re coming home. 

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Pianetta Winery

Pianetta Winery’s first crush yielded 370 cases of estate-bottled Cabernet Sauvignon in 2002. Since then, production has grown to 2,500 cases of estate Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Syrah, a Syrah and Cabernet blend, and a Rosé, plus small lots of Sangiovese, Petite Sirah, Zinfandel, and a Tuscan-style blend made from Paso Robles grapes.

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Pomar Junction Vineyard & Winery

Six miles east of the old railroad town of  Templeton, California, where El Pomar Drive meets South El Pomar Road, wine lovers are delighted when they come across Pomar Junction Vineyard & Winery.

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Pretty-Smith Vineyards & Winery

A decade has passed since former international business executive Lisa Pretty traded her life in the fast lane for a life in the vineyards and started Pretty-Smith Vineyards & Winery.

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RIO SECO Vineyard & Winery

The same keen eye for potential and attention to detail that Tom Hinkle has honed over the years as a professional baseball scout has made his Rio Seco Vineyard & Winery in Paso Robles—co-owned with wife Carol—a major league success.

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Roxo Port Cellars

Fueled by a passion for old-world style European Port wines, and a conviction that they could be mastered in the new world, Kim and Jeff Steele founded Roxo Port Cellars in 2005 in Paso Robles, California.

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San Marcos Creek Vineyard

Each day, just north of the town of Paso Robles, San Marcos Creek Vineyard introduces visitors to a lineup of notable wines.

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Silver Horse Winery

Beyond a friendly family feeling, beautiful vistas, and great wines, the tasting facility includes a crush pad, production area, barrel storage, and a case goods warehouse—all reminders that the best of Silver Horse is yet to come.

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Summerwood Winery

Set amid majestic oaks and rolling vineyards, the Summerwood estate is a comfortable haven to enjoy its small lot, ultra-premium wines, available exclusively at the winery.

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Thacher Winery

Just a decade ago, Michelle and Sherman Thacher drove down from Santa Cruz to attend a wedding at the historic Kentucky Ranch in Westside Paso Robles, that today, is home to Thacher Winery.

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Villa San-Juliette Vineyard & Winery
VIP helicopter tours followed by gourmet meals paired with reserve wines, seasonal small plates, private tastings and tours, weddings and receptions, lawn games
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Windward Vineyard

Windward Vineyard dedicates to expressing the distinct terroir of Paso Robles’ Westside through elegant wines. Especially in Winward Winery's Pinot Noir.

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