Watch this short video on Paso Robles wine country for quick tips and ideas for planning your getaway to this very exciting Central Coast wine region.
Paso Robles wine country’s best wine routes
Paso Robles wine country was recently divided into eleven official AVA’s or wine appellations. This proves the diversity of this vast wine regions. The wine trails and routes we have outlined will take wine country travelers through these various wine regions of Paso Robles wine country. Happy Travels!
Vineyard Drive and the “Far Out” Wineries This Paso Robles wine trail leads to several wineries along quiet roads “Far Out” from Paso Robles. Visit Turley, Tablas Creek, Justin, and other great wineries!
Highway 46 West Trail Highway 46 West leads to the Pacific Ocean and the wine area known as the Templeton Gap. Visit Castoro, Peachy Canyon, Midnight Cellars, and other boutique wineries.
Highway 46 East Trail This tour on the east side of Highway 101 offers a mix of both large and small wineries. Visit Eberle, EOS, Tobin James, Chumeia, and Robert Hall.
Hidden Wine Trail Westside There are some wonderful gems to be discovered on this hidden backroad wine country of Paso Robles. The scenery is spectacular and so are the wines produced by these small wineries.
Hidden Wine Trail Eastside Get away from the crowds and discover Paso Robles hidden wine country on the Eastside of Highway 101. These are fun and fascinating wineries, all with good wines.
Adelaida Wine Trail Several new and old wineries on this wine country backroad. Adelaida area is its own AVA or wine appellation. A beauty of a drive! Loads of Rhone style wines to enjoy and great views.
Downtown Paso Tasting Rooms The historic downtown of Paso Robles has over 17 tasting rooms, featuring 200 different wines. Spend a relaxing day wine tasting and boutique shopping around the famous downtown City Park.
Advice for your Paso Robles Wine Country Tour:
We recommend that you stay and dine in the town of Paso Robles. There are many wonderful choices of accommodations and dining establishments in and around the City Park area. Did you know that Paso Robles wine country is one of the fastest growing wine regions in the state of California?
You are encouraged to have a designated driver | Consider a limousine or van service
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Pace yourself and make a day of wine tasting.
There are other Paso Robles wineries on our wine tour; if you see one that strikes your fancy, drop in and tell us what you think.
Plan for a picnic lunch at one of the wineries.
In Paso Robles wine country it is beneficial to have a GPS system or smart phone map App.
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