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Amond Hill Vineyard

Almond Hill Vineyard is a small family owned and operated Estate Vineyard located on a hillside previously planted in almond trees on the West side of the Paso Robles appellation, mid-way between San Francisco and Los Angeles. Proprietors Dennis Van Westerhuyzen and his wife Nicole Cavier searched for many years, up and down the California Coast, for some land to plant a small vineyard to keep themselves busy during their retirement years, and also because they both enjoy wine. They bought the property in 1997

The first 2 1/2 acres of Syrah vines were planted in 2000. They were very fortunate to find a buyer for their first harvest in 2002, a great little boutique winery right next door. In 2004 they planted another 4 acres of Syrah and 1 acre of Petite Sirah grafted with budwood from the acclaimed Richard Sauret Vineyard near by.

Scheid Vineyards - Greenfield

Al Scheid set his roots in Monterey County in 1972. Al has said if he had every planned to build a family winery it never would have happened. Instead, by his entrepreneurial spirit, skills at building relationships and a lot of hard work today it has become just that. Enjoy the passion and heart in this wineries wines.

Taz Vineyards

Bob “Taz” Steinhauer is the winegrower for Taz Vineyards. He has over 4 decades of experience in the wine industry. Along with running Taz Vineyards, he is also the Senior Vice President of Vineyard Operations for Beringer Blass Wine Estates.
Natasha Boffman is the winemaker. She has a degree in Biological Sciences from Cal Poly and a Master’s of Food Science and Enology from UC Davis. Prior to making wine for Taz Vineyards, Boffman worked for Meridian Vineyards, Stags’ Leap Winery, and Jamieson’s Run in Australia.

Echelon Vineyards

Today’s world is a complicated one. At Echelon Vineyards is working to make at least one part simpler – the wine you select. Celebrating a new look and a new selection of your favorite varietals, we are excited about our new Echelon California Series: Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Red Blend and Cabernet Sauvignon.

Turley Wine Cellars

Some mixed reviews from some visitors on the service during the visit. Nevertheless, most agree that Miss Turley produces some very nice Zins. Turley wines are often recognized as making some of the best, if not the best Zinfandel in California for decades. There is a two year waiting list for new recipients into their wine club last we checked.

Adelaida Cellars

Vineyard near Adelaida Cellars

Not only is Adelaida Cellars wine consistently wonderful, EVERYONE who walks into their inviting tasting room is treated with superior customer service. The staff is extremely knowledgeable about varietals, flavors (and pairings), and the behind the scenes skill that goes into making their wines is outstanding!~

Buttonwood Farm Winery & Vineyard

Buttonwood Farm is a small gem set amidst the splendor of Santa Barbara County's Santa Ynez Valley. 39-acre vineyard stretches across a sun-drenched mesa on the eastern portion of our 106-acre property. Buttonwood Winery started planting in 1983 and now have 33,000 vines. Buttonwood now produces 8,000 cases of wine a year.

Lane Tanner

What do you get when you blend a wry sense of humor with pixy good looks and a yen for chemistry... In the madcap life script that Fate wrote for Lane Tanner, you get a Bette Midler in the Bottle, a winemaking woman who started her own brand in the earliest days of Santa Barbara Pinot Noir ... and lots of laughs.

Hahn Estates

Grown on over 1000 acres in Monterey County, the diverse vineyards of Hahn Estate make up some of the best Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Syrah plantings in the region. The unique qualities of the vineyards coupled with the sunny days and foggy nights helps to create wines of depth and complexity.

Veris Cellars

two glasses of wine clinking

Veris Cellars was originally founded in 1990 as JanKris Winery and helped establish Paso Robles as one of California’s most dynamic wine regions. In early 2008, JanKris Winery was acquired by local entrepreneur and wine enthusiast Matthew Talbert, who immediately launched a new era under the new name of Veris Cellars. -

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