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 Wine Tasting
Seven Angels Cellars – Up high on a hill where the eagles soar
An adventure in wine, food and spectacular views
Where wine is concerned, there are never strangers, only newly made friends. This is espe- cially true at Seven Angels Cellars, where owners Pamela and Greg Martin warmly greet your arrival, and should they not be there, their affable staff will make you feel right at home.
Seven Angels Cellars is off Highway 101, in Templeton; it’s well worth the detour to visit. Turning right, off the main road, and driving up the dirt road to the
tasting room, you are surrounded by vineyards-and what a beautiful, springtime re-birth of life affirma-
tion this sight is. Once parked, take a moment to savor the view. Your adventure is about to begin.
Blending Family and Wine
Seven Angels gets its name from the blended family of Pamela and Greg, with a combined family of seven children. So, this was an apt name for their winery.
Greg, fell in love with wine while in the Coast Guard, taking time to explore Napa and Sonoma while stationed in the Bay Area. Pamela,
a schoolteacher with a passion for catering and food, plus her frequent guest appearances on TV cooking shows was a natural for food and wine pairing. When Greg retired from the service (Thank you for your service Greg), and Pamela was nearing retirement, their passion for food and wine turned into one of those: “Let’s make wine in our retirement years” ventures. Doesn’t
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A Family Tradition
Hand-Crafted Wines in the heart of Downtown Paso Robles
(805) 975-9106
Available for Special Occasions & Private Events
Tasting Room: Open 5:00pm - 10:00pm Daily Closed on Wednesday
840 11th St. #3, Downtown Paso Robles •

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