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Lovely boutique wineries
downtown closes up after 6pm
In a nutshell
Wine tasting with a down home feel
since there are more than 180 wineries dotting the paso robles area and it's environs, you can choose more than 180 places to buy your favorite wine be it a zinfandel (the most famous varietal in Paso Robles) or Merlot or Cabernet Sauvignon and more. These wineries are a combination of large, big name wineries and boutique and unique wineries that offer assorted wines for any type of budget. You can also get big discounts if you buy from their assorted wine clubs and have them shipped to your home for 1 year up to 5 years (available for United States customers only). If you have a day or two to spare to go around the paso robles area, you can see the website below for a listing of the wineries in the area and get the prices of each type of wine varietal you choose directly from their website so that you can plan your wine buying spree!
What to buy: all kinds of Zinfandel, single varietals, classic Bordeux style wines, Merlot, Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Suavignon Blanc and more. Be it the regular, single variety, reserved or the limited edition and the vintage years.
What to pay: $ 15 for the cheapest kind of wine and up to $ 1,000 or more for the limited and reserved wines.
Written May 15, 2012
Address: Paso Robles, California 93446
Miscellaneous: If you plan to do a wine tasting tour of Paso Robles, first have a designated sober driver so that you would not be arrested by the Police for DUI hehhehe. You can also visit the paso robles wineries website below for a free download and print out of the Paso Robles AVA winery map with the locations of the more than 180 wineries and you can punch their addresses on your GPS System in your car if if you don't have GPS, then print the map and when you get to the first winery you plan to stop, get a free Paso Robles Wine Country Brochure and it includes the address and operating hours of the wineries and the address of each.
Written May 15, 2012