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Central Coast

Central Coast

Boyer Winery

Boyer Wines is a family winery created by Paul and Nina Boyer in 2008. The winery's focus, to produce natural wines which truely express the character of the grape and the unique qualities of the terrior.

Dunning Vineyards

Find this "Best Kept Secret" winery at the end the road on Niderer Road. The winery is Just 3 miles offHwy 46 in the Willow Creek Area of Paso Robles. Why not visit and enjoy this 40 acre estate and some wonderful wines that have been produced at Dunning Vineyards.

Eberle Winery

The staff were super friendly and I think the owner was hanging out outside drinking wine with his show dogs running around.

Modern vineyard that has literally everything! From Bocce Ball, Cave Tours, Private Tasting, and to holiday themed events, they have it all.

The cave tour and flight of wine was complimentary and exquisite. Their Cotes du Robles Blanc white honeysuckle and candied ginger, tingled delightfully as an opening for the palate. Their Red Barbera gold medal with tones of raspberry. Their Reserve estate Cabernet Sauvignon Cassis (black currant), was clean and smooth.

Idle Hour Winery Carmel Valley

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Idle Hour Winery - This is a tasting studio where artwork and artisan wine meet. A small shop tucked away from the chaos, which makes it a good reprieve from everything going on outside. Although all of the wines are wonderful, be sure to try the Cab Franc if you get a chance. Idle Hour Winery in Carmel offers some excellent wines for your pleasure to be enjoyed in a cozy rustic atmosphere. Anna Marie Dos Remedios is the owner and winemaker with two tasting rooms, one in Carmel Valley and the other at the gateway to Yosemite in Oakhurst, CA where she produces her wine creations.~

Hours:

Mon-Thu   Closed
Fri       12:00pm to 5:00pm
Sat      12:00pm to 5:00pm
Sun     12:00pm to 5:00pm

Arcadian Winery

Definitely the place to go for more Old World style Pinot Noirs, Syrahs, and Chardonnays, and my favorite wines in the Ghetto. People who prefer more fruit forward, higher-alcohol wines might be better served with other tasting rooms - perhaps Zotovich and Fiddlehead. However, if you like earthy, lighter Pinots and buttery, complex Chardonnays, Arcadian is probably the place for you.

Byron Vineyards

Hit the tasting room in Los Olivos for an afternoon of Pinot drinking. Staff very friendly and fun to taste with. Pinot is solid and enjoyable. This place is nearby several tasting rooms. Upon entering, it was calm and quiet. Since it was a weekday, it was a much different ambiance from the busy weekends as mentioned by the staff. The tasting included three whites and three reds. It was three chardonnays, two pinot noirs, and one syrah.

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