Los Alamos, California – Why You Really Should Visit Soon

Los Alamos California is located 45 miles north of Santa Barbara. This charming little town has become a destination for visitors who appreciate wine, food, art, and antiques. Everywhere you go, you are struck by how friendly everyone is.

Bedford Winery Los Alamos California

It’s easy to find your way around the Los Alamos. There’s a single street in the business district and it’s the one you drive in on from Hwy. 101. We visited recently while wine tasting in the Santa Barbara area.
We decided to park our car and explore the small town on foot. Our first stop was Bedford Winery where we visited with Stephan Bedford. Both the conversation and the wines were great and we walked away with some fabulous wines including a dry Gewurtraminer.



Casa Dumetz - Los Alamos California Our next stop was Casa Dumetz, owned by actor and director, Emilio Estevez and his fiancee Sonja Magdevsk, who is also the wine maker. They use grapes grown at their Malibu estate as well as grapes from throughout the Santa Ynez Valley.

We loved the wines and the friendly charm of the tasting room hostess, Chloe. They host a speaker series on Friday evenings on a variety of different topics and everyone is invited to join in.


Victorian Mansion

We spent the night at the Victorian Mansion. This unique bed and breakfast offers six themed rooms. After we checked in, the hostess, Denise gave us a tour of the inn so we got to see all of the rooms.

We stayed in the Roman Suite where we slept in a chariot and stepped up into a huge soaking tub to relax our worries away. The attention to detail was amazing!

Victorian Mansion Los Alamos, California

Next time, we want to try the 50s Suite, which features a 1956 Cadillac convertible parked at a romantic drive-in movie. There are neon lights, a mood-setting snack bar mural, inviting fireplace and private hot tub. A fun blast to the past!



If you visit, be sure to dine at Full of Life Flatbread. The flatbread pizzas are cooked in a wood-fired oven using local woods and local, seasonal ingredients. They have specialty pizzas as well as entrees that change weekly. The food is sensational. Leave room for dessert. Our favorite is the s’mores, homemade marshmallow oven-roasted atop Chocolate Espresso Cookies with Chocolate Sauce.

There are a number of other restaurants that locals recommend. You’ll also find interesting art and antique shops to browse. Park your car on Bell Street to explore Los Alamos California on foot!

Los Alamos California – Addresses & Telephone Numbers

Bedford Winery
Address: 448 Bell St., Los Alamos California 93440
Telephone: (805) 344-2107
Open daily 11AM – 5PM

Casa Dumetz
Address: 388 Bell St., Los Alamos California 93440
Telephone: (805) 344-1900
Open Thurs. Noon-7PM; Fri. – Sat. 11AM – 7PM; Sun. 11AM – 6PM

Victorian Mansion
Address: 326 Bell St., Los Alamos California 93440
Telephone: (805) 344-1300

Full of Life
Address: 225 Bell St., Los Alamos California 93440
Telephone: (805) 344-4400
Open Thurs. 5PM – 9PM; Fri. – Sat. 5PM – 10PM; Sun. 4PM – 8PM

Santa Barbara County Wine Tasting

Melville Winery - Santa Barbara

Melville Winery

Many world class wineries are scattered through Santa Barbara County. This is area is especially known for their fabulous Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Syrah wines. Click Here to learn more about specific wineries that you don’t want to miss!

Amazing Monterey Area Restaurants –

Amazing Monterey Area Restaurants
Do you tend to head to the same Monterey area restaurants each time you visit? Discover amazing places to dine in Monterey, Carmel, and Pacific Grove that you might not have tried yet.

Monterey is known for it’s spectacular scenery, fabulous golf courses, world class wineries, and the famous Monterey Bay Aquarium. There’s also a vibrant dining scene offering great choices for casual or upscale establishments.


 

Top 10 Restaurants in the Monterey Area

Note: Restaurants appear in alphabetical order


 

Bistro Moulin

Bistro Moulin
Don’t judge this restaurant by its rather plain exterior. Inside you will be treated to classic French cuisine in a cozy, relaxed, atmosphere. Didier Dutertre, chef and owner, prepares delicious meals that are truly delightful. Don’t miss his signature dish, Parisian-style spinach gnocchi. Another favorite was the cannelloni.

Extensive wine list and excellent service all add up to a memorable experience. Reservations are definitely recommended. The restaurant is located just a block from Cannery Row and the Monterey Bay Aquarium.

Website
Address: 867 Wave Street, Monterey
Telephone: (831) 333-1200
Open daily 5-9 PM


California Market at Pacific’s Edge

California Market at Pacific's EdgeThis restaurant is perched on a cliff and has the most spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean. Dine at a table or comfortable booth with a panoramic view that cannot be beat. I took this picture from my table while enjoying a delicious bowl of Cioppinot. The menu features a large variety of dishes using fresh, organic, locally grown and raised ingredients.

California Market at Pacific’s Edge is located inside the Hyatt Carmel’s Highland Inn, approximately three miles from downtown Carmel. It’s in the gorgeous area near Point Lobos State Natural Reserve. They are open for daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Reservations and valet parking are recommended.


Website
Address: 120 Highlands Drive, Carmel, California
Telephone: (831 620 1234)
Open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.


Hula’s Island Grill


Hula's MontereyExperience an Island vibe in Monterey. Hawaiian decor creates a festive atmosphere, eclectic music fills the air, and happy, smiling servers greet you. Enjoy a topical cocktail along with lunch, dinner, or a snack. There are lots of menu choices including burgers, fish, tacos, and, salads. My favorite is the ceviche, prepared with local fish.

Dine indoors or outside. They’re known for their fun drinks, but also serve local beers, wine, and soft drinks. Happy hour at Hula’s is a popular event especially on Tuesdays when happy hour is extended from 2 PM until closing. This restaurant is located in an area not far from Cannery Row.


Website
Address: 622 Lighthouse Ave, Monterey, CA 93940
Telephone: (831)655-4852
Open Sun & Mon: 4pm – 9:30pm/ Tue – Thu: 11:30am – 9.30pm/ Fri & Sat: 11:30am -10pm


La Balena


La Balena
This is the place to enjoy authentic Italian food served by a friendly staff. All food is made in house using fresh local ingredients. The seasonal menu changes daily. Many consider La Balena the best Italian restaurant in the area.

Dine indoors in the small, intimate dining room or outside on one of the two patios. The food is exceptional; especially the pastas. Make reservations in advance. I’d ask for a table outdoors. There’s more room outside and the twinkling lights that come on at sunset create a romantic ambiance.


Website
Address: Junipero between 5th & 6th Streets, Carmel-by-the-sea, CA
Telephone: (831) 250-6295
Open Tues – Sun for Lunch 12 – 3:30 PM/ Dinner 5-10 PM


Lallapalooza


Lallapalooza MontereyChoose from a wide variety of appetizers and entrees including fabulous tasting burgers, pizzas, salads, and steaks. Lallapalooza is known for its great selection of fun cocktails, wines, and beers. Enjoy the modern, spacious decor of this restaurant and bar.

Relax in a large comfortable booth or large table in the dining area or the the cozy bar. The bar has a number of televisions as well as a big screen television projected onto a wall. The food and drinks are all excellent. Servers are always attentive and friendly. This establishment is located in downtown Monterey in the popular restaurant/entertainment area.


Website
Address: 474 Alvarado St., Monterey, CA 93940
Telephone: (831) 645-9036
Open Sun – Thurs 4 – 11 PM/ Fri. – Sat. 4 PM – 12 AM


Lou Lou’s Griddle in the Middle


Enjoy a unique breakfast or lunch right on the wharf at this Monterey area restaurant. LouLou’s was featured on Diners, Dives, and Guy Fierri. The restaurant is known for it’s delicious and large portioned breakfasts including the omelettes made to order and giant pancakes. If you’re there at lunch time, try the abalone slider or fish and chips.

Expect a wait especially on weekends. The indoor restaurant is very tiny. It’s nice to sit at the bar and watch the chef cooking. I prefer to dine on one of the tables outside the restaurant where there’s more space to stretch out. If you have time, take a leisurely stroll down the wharf after your meal to watch the sea lions.



Website
Address: Municipal Wharf Number 2, Monterey, CA 93940
Telephone: (831) 372-0568
Open for breakfast: Wed – Mon 7:30AM – 11:30-ish
Open for lunch: Wed – Mon 11:30-ish – 3 PM


Montrio Bistro


Montrio Bistro is housed in an historic building that served as Monterey’s first firehouse. Built in 1910 the building retains some historic charm. Located in downtown Monterey’s active restaurant/entertainment area, this is a popular restaurant.

Recognized for its incredible food and outstanding service, reservations are strongly recommended. Every dish is fabulous; you can’t go wrong with whatever you order. They have the best bread pudding I’ve every had. Served warm; crispy on the top but moist inside and covered with a sweet anglaise cream. It really is an amazing dessert. Make sure you save room so you can try it yourself.


Website
Address: 414 Calle Principal, Monterey, CA 93940
Telephone: (831) 648-8880
Open daily from 4:30 PM


Red House Cafe


Red House Cafe
Red House Cafe was built in 1895 and is located in the heart of Pacific Grove. Dine in what used to be the living room, dining room, or on the porch of this old Victorian house. It’s a charming ambiance to enjoy breakfast lunch, or dinner.

They serve contemporary American cuisine with the emphasis on fresh, seasonal ingredients. Specials change daily. There are many choices on the menu. Whatever you select, it is sure to be delicious. Highly recommended are the crab-cake eggs Benedict at breakfast. Try any of the savory homemade soups, salads, or sandwiches for lunch. Select a small plate or full-sized entree at dinner. They’ve earned a reputation for excellence that keeps the customers returning again and again.


Website
Address: 662 Lighthouse Ave, Pacific Grove, CA 93950
Telephone: (831) 643-1060
Open Mon 8AM – 2:30 PM/ Tue – Sun 8AM – 9PM


Rosine’s


Rosine's MontereyRosine’s offers reasonably priced food that is good for the entire family. They are legendary for their cakes and other desserts. The variety of cakes that they offer really is extraordinary. Purchase an entire cake or a single slice.

Rosine’s is located in downtown Monterey. This is the place to go for high quality homemade food that is also reasonably priced. This family owned Monterey restaurant has been cooking for guests for more than 38 years. They’re famous for their lasagna and their Minestrone Soup. Find many great selections for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Everything is tasty.


Website
Address: 434 Alvarado St, Monterey, CA 93940
Telephone: (831) 375-1400
Open Sun – Thurs: 8 AM – 9 PM/ Fri – Sat 8 AM – 10 PM


Roux


Roux - Carmel ValleyOwned by Chef Fabrice Roux and his wife, Jennifer this restaurant serves creative dishes using fresh ingredients that are well presented and taste great. Dine indoors or outside on the lovely patio. There’s an extensive wine list. The servers have always been friendly and attentive. If the daily specials include, Seafood Chowder, don’t hesitate. This flavorful chowder is full of a variety of seafood. Deep friend oreos is a popular dessert, but you can’t go wrong with any of the selections.

Roux is located in the beautiful Carmel Valley. There are more than a handful of wine tasting rooms just a short distance walking distance from this fabulous restaurant. Learn more about Monterey County Wineries.


Website
Address: 6 Pilot Rd, Carmel Valley, CA 93924
Telephone: (831) 659-5020
Open Sat & Sun for brunch 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM/ Mon & Fri for lunch 11:30AM – 2PM/ Wed – Mon 4:45 PM for dinner


Did we leave out any Monterey Area Restaurants that you think should be on this list? Please scroll down to leave a comment.


Amazing Monterey Area Restaurants


Central Coast Restaurants You Don’t Want to Miss

Monterey Pacific OceanLearn about the top Central Coast restaurants. Experience the fine dining opportunities waiting for you along with the beautiful coastal scenery. As you explore this scenic region, be sure to enjoy a either lunch or dinner at these world class restaurants.

Learn about the best restaurants in San Luis Obispo, Paso Robles, Santa Barbara, Cambria, Santa Cruz, Monterey, and Livermore. The Central Coast is an incredible area to visit for many reasons and the choices for dining just adds to the charm. Click on the links to learn more about each restaurant.


Central Coast Restaurants


Buona Tavola Paso Robles RestaurantBuona Tavola
Buona Tavola is an amazing restaurant with locations in both San Luis Obispo and Paso Robles. The restaurant features the cuisine of northern Italy. The food is fabulous and the service outstanding. This is a small casually elegant setting.

If you’re craving Italian, head to Buona Tyvola for either lunch or dinner!


Apple Farm Restaurant
Apple Farm Restaurant in San Luis Obispo
This San Luis Obispo restaurant is our favorite place for eating breakfast. They also serve lunch and dinner. The food is fresh, atmosphere cozy, and service friendly. Dine indoors or outside.

Our choice for a great breakfast in San Luis Obispo!


central coast restaurants

Ciopinot Seafood Grille
Well trained, friendly staff combined with fabulous food makes Ciopinot a favorite restaurant. This San Luis Obispo restaurant is a fabulous place to dine. They’re known for their seafood, but offer steak and other food as well. If you love cioppino, be sure to order their “no work” cioppino, their signature dish. Everything’s ready to eat and delicious!

A bonus for wine drinkers: there’s no corkage fee if you bring your own wine from the area.


Gardens of Avila Restaurant
Gardens of Avila Restaurant in San Luis Obispo
This romantic Central Coast restaurant is part of Sycamore Mineral Springs Resort near Avila Beach. The food is fantastic and the setting is lovely. You may dine inside or outdoors on the patio.

Gardens of Avila is often voted “Most Romantic Dining” in San Luis Obispo.


Jane - A Santa Barbara Restaurant

Jane – A Santa Barbara Restaurant
Jane is a charming restaurant located in Santa Barbara’s popular State Street area. You’ll love the moderately priced, well prepared food.

Make reservations for a table on the balcony where you can relax and enjoy a great meal. Open for lunch and dinner every day except Sunday.

I’m not a huge fan of coconut, but highly recommend their Coconut Cake. It’s a “Must Order”!


Cambria Restaurant - Madeline's RestaurantMadeline’s Restaurant
Madelines is a wonderful restaurant located in the charming seaside town of Cambria. Cambria is on the western side of the Paso Robles Wine Country in California’s Central Coast Wine Country. Explore Cambria and enjoy the gourmet delights of this San Luis Obispo restaurant.

Make reservations because this is a very small restaurant.


California Wine Tour - Restaurant Paso Robles

McPhee’s Grill in the Paso Robles Wine Country
McPhee’s Grill is halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco. Make this great restaurant a “must visit” during your next California Wine Tour. The food is beautifully presented hearty food that is delicious.


Romantic Date - Santa Cruz A Romantic Restaurant in the Santa Cruz Wine Country
Shadowbrook is our top recommendation for a romantic restaurant in the Santa Cruz area. Take a cable car down the hill to the restaurant surrounded with beautiful landscaping overlooking Soquel Creek. This is a restaurant where you can relax and enjoy the beauties of California’s Central Coast on your Santa Cruz wine tour.

Shadowbrook has won numerous awards for being “Most Romantic Restaurant in the Santa Cruz Area”.


Tarpy's Roadhouse Restaurant
Tarpy’s Roadhouse

Dine in an historic building in Monterey Wine Country. This Monterey restaurant has an extensive menu, award-winning wine list, and marvelous food. This romantic restaurant is a great place to dine while exploring the central coast of California.

Be sure to try the their fried banana split: fried bananas covered with strawberries, chocolate, and vanilla ice cream. Fabulous!


The Restaurant at Wente - Livermore Restaurant The Restaurant at Wente Vineyards in the Livermore Wine Country
This romantic restaurant is located in the heart of Livermore Wine Country. The casual elegance welcomes you and the fabulous food keeps you coming back. Plan a visit during your next California Wine Tour.

Dine at Wente for lunch, dinner, or Sunday brunch. During the summer you can purchase concert tickets with a dinner option. This is always an outstanding choice!


If you have eaten at any of these Central Coast restaurants, we’d love to hear about your experiences. Scroll down and leave a comment below.


Why Hikers Love Big Basin Redwoods State Park

Big Basin Redwood State ParkBig Basin Redwoods State Park is truly a hiker’s paradise. Majestic redwood trees, spectacular ocean views, and cascading waterfalls are all part of Big Basin hiking.

Located 65 miles south of San Francisco, this park became California’s first state park in 1902. Its 81 miles of hiking trails makes it a popular destination for hikers.

This park offers camping, backpacking camps, hiking, biking, and equestrian trails. Big Basin tent cabins are also available, but must be reserved in advance. This park encompasses towering coastal redwood trees as well as a variety of other plants. Enjoy the wildflowers that come each spring.

Hiking is the best way to experience the wide variety of environments at Big Basin State Park. There are many waterfalls, lush canyon floors covered with ferns, creeks, and sparsely covered ridge tops. This scenic park with its diverse landscapes is just waiting to be explored.

Big Basin hikingElevation ranges from sea level to 2,000 feet. It may be cool and foggy on the canyon floors and hot and sunny on the ridge tops.


Other Places to Hike in California

Hike Half Dome Yosemite National ParkOne of my favorite all-time hikes is to the top of Half Dome in Yosemite National Park. This 14 mile round-trip hike is for people who are in good physical condition. Yosemite has such spectacular scenery. I’m always so awestruck by the beauty surrounding me whenever I hike Yosemite. I’ve done this hike numerous times. Click on this link for my tips on hiking Half Dome. You’ll be glad you chose this hike!

Point Lobos Ocean View>Experience amazing hiking with views of the Pacific Ocean at Point Lobos State Reserve near Monterey. This state park has something for all ability levels. There are short hikes. In fact, they even have a wheelchair trail. There are also longer hikes available in the park. Point Lobos is the place to explore marine life and enjoy stunning ocean views. It’s a spectacular place to visit!

Garland Park Monterey
Garland Ranch Regional Park
is a much lesser known park. It’s located near Monterey in the Carmel Valley. There’s a variety of hikes for all levels. If you are a dog lover, this is the place for you. Dogs are allowed on many of the trails. They even have off-leash areas where dogs can roam free. It’s a beautiful park to explore.


Big Basin Redwoods State Park – Contact Information

Address: 21600 Big Basin Way, Boulder Creek, CA
Office Hours: Weekdays 9AM -5PM
Telephone: (838) 8860

Big Basin Redwoods State ParkDirections to Big Basin Redwoods State Park from San Jose area
1. Drive south on 880, which will become Hwy. 17
2. Watch for the sign on the freeway for Big Basin. Exit onto Mount Hermon Road. Stay right on Mount Hermon. This road will take you through the city of Scotts Valley.
3. Turn right onto Graham Hill Rd. (This intersection does have a signal light.)
4. Immediately turn right again onto Hwy. 9. Continue north on Hwy. 9 for approximately 15 miles.
5. Turn left at the stop sign in Boulder Creek onto Hwy. 236/Big Basin Way. The park will be approximately 9 miles down this road.

Note: This route is the least curvy of 3 different routes to the park.
Click here to get directions from either San Francisco or South of Santa Cruz.


Have you visited Big Basin State Park? If so, please share your Big Basin experiences with us below.


Paso Robles Wine Tasting Coupons


Three Ways to Save Money Wine Tasting in Paso Robles

Paso Robles wine tasting coupons
Save money with Paso Robles wine tasting coupons. We have diligently searched the internet looking for ways to save money wine tasting at wineries in Paso Robles. Check out the three great ways we have found to save money wine tasting.


#1 – Free Wine Tasting Coupons


Print coupons in the convenience of your own home before you leave for the day. Some coupons let two people sample wine for the price of one. Others are good for complimentary tasting. There’s nothing to pay for these free coupons. Scroll down to the bottom of this page. Browse through the list of wineries to select the one you want to visit. Click on the link, print and save; it’s as simple as that!


#2 – Purchase a Winery Pass

Couple exploring a vineyard - Winery PassThe Winery Pass is a small card that entitles you to great savings at more than 350 wineries. Some wineries let you taste for free with this card. Others allow two for the price of one. Most of these wineries are in California, but you will even find some terrific deals for wineries in Oregon and Washington.

The following Paso Robles wineries are currently accepting the Winery Pass: Aronhill Vineyards, Castoro Cellars, Donati Family Vineyard, Le Vigne Winery, Opolo Vineyards, Midnight Cellars, PoMar Junction Vineyard and Winery, and Veris Cellars.

Laetitia Vineyard and Chemical Vineyards in nearby San Luis Obispo also have special offers. Many more winery deals can be found in Napa, Sonoma, Southern California, Santa Cruz, Santa Barbara, the Central Valley, and Mendocino. The list of wineries participating in this program is constantly growing.

winery passThe card is also good for discounts on restaurants, hotels, and tours. Cheers-2-Wine guests can buy this card for $39.99 (a $120 value). No need to print anything; simply show your card. It’s much easier than printing Paso Robles wine tasting coupons. The card is good for two people.
Click Here to Purchase or Learn More About the Winery Pass


#3 Local Paso Robles Wine Tasting Coupons

You should be able to find free wine tasting coupons in Paso Robles. If you are staying at a hotel, be sure to ask for wine tasting coupons. Hotels usually have coupons for a large number of local wineries. Visitor Centers are another great source of these coupons. While tasting wine at a winery, ask if they have coupons for neighboring tasting rooms. They usually do.
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Paso Robles Coupons

Paso Robles wine tasting coupons


Allegretto Vineyards
Address: 2700 Buena Vista Drive, Paso Robles
Telephone: 805-369-2500
Open by appointment only.
This coupon is good for a 2 for 1 wine tasting discount. Allegretto Vineyards is also a resort offering upscale accommodations in the Paso Robles Wine Country.

Brecon Estate
Address: 7450 Vineyard Drive, Paso Robles, CA
Telephone: 805-239-2200
Open daily 11AM – 5PM.
Coupon is good for a 2 for 1 wine tasting discount. Brecon Estates produces small batches of premium wines. Wines are only available at their tasting room.

Clavo Cellars
Address: 315 S. Main Street, Templeton
Telephone: (805) 226-0174
Open Fri.-Sat. 11AM – 6PM; Sun.-Thurs. Noon – 5PM.
Coupon is good for a 2 for 1 wine tasting discount. Clavo Cellars is a boutique winery located in downtown Templeton. They produce single varietal wines such as Malbec, Albarino, Petite Sirah, Vermentino and Zinfandel.

Dubost Ranch
Address: 9988 Chimney Rock Road, Paso Robles
Telephone: 805-226-8463
Open daily 11AM – 5PM.
Coupon is good for a 2 for 1 wine tasting discount. Dubost is a small, family owned winery with great wines.

Eberle Winery
Address: 3810 Highway 46 East, Paso Robles
Telephone: 805-238-9607
Open daily 10AM – 5PM.
Coupon is good for a complimentary cave tour and wine tasting. Tours are held every half hour. Relax on the scenic deck overlooking vineyards with the Santa Lucia Mountains in the background. Also enjoy bocce or corn hole.

Glunz Family Winery & Cellars
Address: 8331 Highway 46 East, Paso Robles, CA
Telephone: 805-238-1400
Delicious wines, friendly tasting room. Coupon is good for complimentary tasting.

Hunt Cellars
Address: 2875 Oakdale Road, Paso Robles, CA
Telephone: 805-237-1600
Coupon is good for a 2 for 1 wine tasting discount. Hunt Cellars is known for their handcrafted, award winning wines. A small tasting room with great wines and friendly service.

Kiamie Cellars
Address: 9750 Adelaide Road, Paso Robles
Telephone: 805-226-8333
Open daily 11AM – 5PM.
Coupon is good for a 2 for 1 wine tasting discount. The family owned winery specializes in producing unique blends of fruit from the mountain vineyards of Westside Paso Robles.

Lusso Della Terra Cellars
Address: 3020 Propeller Drive, Su. B, Paso Robles
Telephone: 805-975-7728
Open daily 10AM – 5PM.
Coupon is good for a 2 for 1 wine tasting discount. Lusso Della Terra produces small lots of premium wine.

Opolo Vineyards
Address: 7110 Vineyard Drive, Paso Robles
Telephone: 805-238-9593
Open daily 10AM – 5PM.
Coupon is good for a 2 for 1 wine tasting discount. Opolo specializes in producing unique single varietals as well as delightful blends. Be sure to try their flagship wine, the Mountain Zinfandel.

Rendarrio Vineyards
Address: 2323 Tuley Road, Paso Robles
Telephone: 805-610-7659
Open Fri.-Sun. 11:30AM – 5PM.
Coupon is good for a 2 for 1 wine tasting discount. This small winery is focused on producing small lots of high quality wines.

San Marcos Creek Vineyard
Address: 7750 North Highway 101, Paso Robles
Telephone 805-238-4999
Open daily 11AM – 5PM.
Coupon is good for a 2 for 1 wine tasting discount. San Marcos Creek Vineyard San Marcos Creek Vineyard specializes in small lots of finely crafted, single vineyard, estate grown and produced varietals. It’s a small family owned winery with a friendly wine tasting room.

Sculpterra Winery & Sculpture Garden
Address: 5015 Linne Road, Paso Robles
Telephone: 805-226-8881
Open daily 10AM – 5PM.
Coupon is good for a 2 for 1 wine tasting discount. Enjoy delightful wines and browse the outdoor sculptures outside the tasting room. They often have live music on Sundays.

Seven Oxen
Estate Wines

Address: 1313 Park Street, Paso Robles
Telephone: 805-226-8881
Open daily 11AM – 5PM
Coupon is good for a 2 for 1 wine tasting discount. They produce wines from their estate grown, sustainably farmed grapes. Seven Oxen Estate Wines will be opening a new tasting room Spring 2018. Their new address will be: 3340 Ramada Drive in Paso Robles. Give them a call to see if they’ve made the move yet.

Vines on the Marycrest
Address: 5076 Mustard Creek Rd., Paso Robles
Telephone: 805-237-0378
Open Mon.-Thurs. 11AM – 5PM.
Coupon is good for a 2 for 1 wine tasting discount. Vines on the Marycrest offer delicious small production Rhône and Zinfandel single varietal wines and blends. They have a lovely tasting room and a patio where you can sip and relax outdoors.


If you know of other Paso Robles Wine Tasting Coupons, please let us know in the comment section below!


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February 2018 Wine Country