Paso is filled with inspiring, scenic drives and wine trails for you to explore with rolling hills, rows of vines, beautiful oak forests and plush grassland alive with wildflowers. Here’s your guide to revving your wanderlust.
Highway 46 East – Coming off I-5 and driving west along Highway 46 the first winery you’ll find is the famed Tobin James. Stepping into a touch of Paso’s cowboy culture, you’ll be able to sip fine wines. As you continue down the highway, you’ll be drawn in by cave tours at Eberle, a game of bocce ball at Robert Hall Winery and check out the tasting room at J. Lohr Vineyards and Wines for stories of historic Paso Robles.
Backroads – The wine trails continue down Creston road, located east of downtown Paso Robles. You may find yourself at Rava Winery for a glass of bubbles or next door at Still Waters Vineyards for Bordeaux and Rhone Blends. Turn the corner for Cass Vineyards and Wines and grab lunch at the Cass Café. Take in Train Wreck Friday at Pomar Junction for an evening of wine, music and dancing too.
Union Road Wine Trail – Running parallel to Highway 46 is Union Road. Plan a picnic as you explore the rolling landscape of the hidden trail. Just off Union Road find additional wine offerings at Bianchi Winery, Clautiere, Rio Seco and Penman Springs.
Pleasant Valley Wine Trail – North of Paso Robles amidst the rolling hills you’ll enjoy the sweeping views and rural landscape as you drive the wine trails of Paso.