Central Coast

Central Coast Wine Tasting

We love Central Coast wine tasting! The Central Coast wine region stretches from Santa Barbara in the south to San Francisco in the north. The beautiful scenery, fabulous weather, and award-winning wines makes this an ideal destination. There are so many fun things to do and outstanding wines to taste.
Use this guide to the Central Coast to plan a tasting getaway. Experience the beauty of California’s uncrowded coast.

Alameda County Wineries – Go Urban Wine Tasting Now!

Alameda County wineries are producing some fabulous wines in what is called the East Bay region near San Francisco. These urban wineries have made a name for themselves with their award winning vinos. Some of these wineries have tasting rooms that are regularly open for tasting. Others are only open by appointment and special events. Now is the time to discover these very special urban wineries! Tip: Call in advance to verify their hours and make an appointment if necessary.      Best Wine...

Livermore Wineries That You Really Must Visit

Plan a Wine Tasting Trip to the Livermore Wine Country It’s time to plan your own wine tasting tour to Livermore Wineries. The Livermore Valley is one of the oldest wine regions in California. The first commercial grapes were planted in the 1840s by Robert Livermore. The Livermore Valley Wine Country is located in San Francisco’s East Bay Area. It’s approximately 30 miles east of San Francisco. It includes wineries in Livermore, Pleasanton, Sunol, and Castro Valley. This is a...

San Benito County Wineries

Plan a visit to San Benito County Wineries and discover one of the hidden treasures of California’s Wine Country. The wineries of San Benito County are located near the city of Hollister just 25 miles from Monterey Bay. Wine grapes were first planted in San Benito County during the 1850’s by a French immigrant named Theophile Vache’. Using vine clippings he brought from France, he planted his new vineyards in the beautiful hills of the Cienega Valley. Plan a visit to...

Santa Cruz Wineries – The Ultimate Guide

Santa Cruz wineries arelocated in the town of Santa Cruz, in the Santa Cruz mountains, as well as those in neighboring towns. As you explore the best wineries, you will love the scenery and find that there are many exciting things to do in the area. Located close to the Pacific Ocean, Santa Cruz enjoys a cool growing season. Foggy summer days means that grapes ripen in cooler temperatures. This allows the grapes to remain on the vines longer. The...

Santa Barbara Wineries – Santa Barbara County

Taste wine at the best Santa Barbara wineries. Santa Barbara is known for its world class wines. Plan a tour today in this stunning California wine region. Most wineries are small, family run businesses. Santa Barbara is probably most known for its top quality Chardonnay, Syrah, and Pinot Noir. However, many other varietals are produced here. You will find excellent wines of every varietal as you tour Santa Barbara wineries. Santa Barbara County captured the attention of the country as a...

San Luis Obispo County

Plan a wine tasting trip to San Luis Obispo wineries. Sample great wine,   walk the beaches, dine at the best restaurants, stay in unique   accommodations, and explore all of the fun and exciting things to do in the   area.San Luis Obispo is famous for its world class Chardonnays and Pinot   Noirs. However, you will find other high quality wines produced here such   as Syrah, Sparkling Wines, Port, Grenache, Merlot, Roussanne, and   Viognier. San Luis Obispo wineries were first planted over...

Your Guide to Monterey Wineries

Great Wine and Spectacular Ocean Scenery Experience wine tasting at Monterey wineries. The California central coast wineries of this area offer fantastic wines for you to taste while enjoying the scenic coastal beauty that Monterey is famous for. Indulge yourself with fine wines and ocean breezes. More than 40 different grape varieties are grown in this wine region. Plan a California wine tour to Monterey where you can taste the wide variety of fine wines produced. There’s so much to do...