Wine Tasting On The Central Coast
Above is just a snapshot of all of the incredible wineries on the Central Coast. Did you know that in Paso Robles alone, there are over 300 wineries? You could go wine tasting every weekend and still not see all of the wineries on the coast! Each of these wine regions, Edna Valley, Tin City, Paso Robles and Santa Barbara all offer unique regional wines with a different local flair. Keep reading to learn more about these four must-stop wine regions on the Central Coast. (If you would like to see a bigger list of wineries in each wine country region, along with their tasting fees, please click here. )
Welcome to wineries just miles off the coast. The wines you’ll taste here are uniquely impacted by the cool coastal weather, rolling morning fog, and the region’s rocky volcanic soils. Edna Valley stretches from San Luis Obispo to the cozy beach towns of Arroyo Grande and Avila Valley. With mild winters and gentle summers, wine tasting in Edna Valley is a treat year-round! The majority of wineries you can explore here are boutique, family-owned and small, creating limited editions of only the very best wine. You won’t taste anything quite like what you’ll find in Edna Valley- guaranteed!
Tucked into an industrial park in Paso Robles wine country, you’ll find Tin City. The tasting rooms here offer a one-of-a-kind experience. There are very few places that you can enjoy a wine tasting and then walk five feet to enjoy a beer at a brewery, and then walk right next door and taste at a distillery. Tin City’s greatest appeal lies in how approachable for those new to wine, and for it’s incredible flexibility. Offering, wine tasting, cider, beer, spirits, food and more, you’ll find that visiting Tin City is an all-day experience. (Did we mention that the new Paso Market Walk is only a couple miles away – and is the perfect place to grab a bite and snacks for Tin City?)
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