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A Family Tradition
Hand-Crafted Wines in the heart of Downtown Paso Robles
(805) 975-9106
Tasting Room:
840 11th St. #3, Downtown Paso Robles
the turnouts for breathtaking views. Just 15 minutes from Paso Robles you’ll crest the Santa Lucia Moun- tains and see the Pacific coastline. To the south is the iconic Morro Rock in Morro Bay and the surfer village of Cayucos. To the north
is Cambria nestled among pine trees and the world-famous Hearst Castle and elephant seal rookery at San Simeon. Take a 15-minute drive north or south to explore the Highway 1 coastline and beaches.
After enjoying epic coastal sights and crisp salty air, return to Highway 46 taking a left turn onto Vineyard Drive. This meandering road, dusted with bright purple lupine and pastel-hued sweet peas, loops through the west side of wine country. Scattered with highly acclaimed wineries and vineyards the side roads lead to adventure at every turn.
Tip – Before heading out pick up box lunches from the Red Scooter Deli, especially the tuna’licious and veggie wrap!
Back at your hotel, tap into those delicious bottles you collected during your first two days. Hungry for more? Head to downtown Paso Robles and let your nose lead you to another fabulous meal from
one of the many chef-owned and inspired restaurants.
Another local tip – Bring that special bottle you purchased on the wine trail to dinner. Local restau- rants often reduce corkage fees for local wines not on their wine list.
- Jennifer Bravo, Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance
Wine Tasting

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