Enjoy the experience of visiting these Paso Robles wineries on the eastern side, on Highway 46 East. Head north on Spring Street to 24th Street. Turn right and follow the signs to Highway 46 East. Visit the caves at Eberle, the saloon-style tasting room at Tobin James, the boutique Chumeia winery and much more. You will find plenty of great wines to enjoy on the Highway 46 East Wine Trail.
Top Wineries on the Highway 46 East Wine Trail
• Vina Robles – Gorgeous tasting room, excellent wines
• Robert Hall Winery – Great line-up of wines
• Tobin James Cellars – Saloon style tasting room, best wine club
• Bianchi Winery – New tasting room and cellars, stunning
• Eberle Winery – Elaborate cave system, excellent picnic spot
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Winery Descriptions, Driving Directions, Tasting Room Hours
Vina Robles and Robert Hall are side by side and so make a comfortable one-two visit. Vina Robles is strictly a hospitality center, vast and very gorgeous. The wine production is at another location in Paso Robles. We tasted several wines and found them to be delicious. The prices of the wines range from moderate to expensive and in line with those at other Paso Robles wineries. Our three favorite wines were the Roseum, the Cabernet Sauvignon, and the Petite Syrah.
Open daily from 10 to 5 pm winter, 10 to 6 pm summer
(805) 227-4812 Vina Robles
Robert Hall Winery
Owned and operated by Robert Hall, this is a state-of-the-art wine facility. They produce 11 varietals of wine both Rhone and the traditional varietals. Aging of the wines is in barrels which are cellared their 19,000 square foot cavern system. The Robert Hall Winery is known for its dedication to their estate vineyards and the production of small lots of wine. If you get a chance take a tour so you can check out the extensive cavern system. To get to Robert Hall travel on Highway 46 East from Garretson and you will see the winery on the right.
Open daily from 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Phone: (805) 239-1616
E-mail: email@example.com Robert Hall Winery
Tobin James Cellars
The saloon setting for a tasting room is quite unusual for a winery but makes for a fun and relaxed atmosphere for wine tasting. The “not so serious” attitude at Tobin James makes it a popular spot for wine tasters of all sorts. They have an extensive number of wine varietals. We enjoyed the Syrah and their two reserve Zinfandels.
Tasting room open daily 10 am to 5 pm. Phone: (805) 239-2204
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Tobin James Cellars
Bianchi is a relatively new winery facility, complete with pond and Bocce courts. The wines are reasonable and delicious, and there are several different varieties on the wine list. The tasting room is very spacious with a large area outside for tasting wine and picnicking. The Bianchi Winery is off the beaten path but very much worth a visit. We love the Zinfandel at Bianchi. In white wines, the like the Sauvignon Blanc. The grapes for this wine come from far away Monterey, California.
Tasting room in open daily 10 to 5 pm., Phone: (805) 226-9922
E-mail: email@example.com, Bianchi Winery
From Bianchi, head back down Highway 46 E. On the right just a few miles before Paso Robles you will spot the signs for Eberle. Eberle is very popular especially on weekends. If winemaker Gary Eberle is in the tasting room you are sure to get a few laughs. He is a character! Visitors love to take the cave tour that takes you through rows of gunnite caves. We think the reasonably priced wines made by Eberle are all very good values. Be sure to try the Steinbeck Syrah, and the Syrah Rose. The picnic area is also quite beautiful, overlooking vineyards and rolling hills.
Tasting room open daily 10 am to 5 pm, Phone: (805) 237-0344
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, Eberle Winery
Addition Wine Routes in Paso Robles
- Highway 46 West
- Backroad Wineries Westside
- Backroad Wineries Eastside
- Highway 46 East
- Vineyard Drive Wineries
- Adelaida Wineries