Whether you’re on your way to the beach, cruising country backroads, or on a walking tour of downtown Paso Robles, these itineraries will lead you through some of the most scenic and charming parts of wine country, or you can access them on the go with our mobile website.
The Adelaide Road Itinerary on the Westside of Paso Robles winds through picturesque countryside of grassy hills, towering oaks and an abundance of wildlife. As a community of 500 back in the 1880s, Adelaide once boasted a town center, saloon, dance hall, general store and four schools.
Wineries located just outside downtown Paso Robles offer a mix of scenery and wine tastings. From gorgeous views and scenery, to eclectic tasting rooms offering a range of varietals and tasting options, including barrel tastings.
The relaxing drive from Paso to the Pacific Coast offers spectacular views of the lush landscape and rolling hills of wine country. As you climb in elevation, the expansive coastline and “rock” of Morro Bay come into full view.
Take a stroll through historic downtown Paso Robles and you’ll find an assortment of charming tasting rooms – from the up-and-coming, to the well-established. Enjoy Paso’s unpretentious, small town vibe as local winemakers welcome you to a taste of their award-winning wines crafted from grapes grown in surrounding vineyards.
West Paso Robles offers so many amazing wine tasting experiences, it can be hard to decide where to stop and sip. No worries, this itinerary will take you to the best assortment of world-class wineries and some of the most creative winemakers in Paso Robles.
This classic getaway route along the coastal interior of California offers wine lovers a road trip they won’t soon forget. Set your 101 destination for Paso Robles wine country and explore its gorgeous scenery, world-class restaurants, friendly service and award-winning wineries.
Heading North on Highway 101? Discover the award-winning, boutique wineries along the way, including those nestled in the rolling hills near San Miguel. Stop, sip and stay! Discover wine country retreats that include an historic vacation rental or vineyard suite surrounded by acres of grapes.
Directly off Highway 46 West, Peachy Canyon Road winds and climbs up and down rolling hills, from one end to the other. The oak studded road works its way past a small creek canyon where mule deer and wild turkeys freely roam.
Located just South of Paso Robles, the charming town of Templeton is rich with historical character. Surrounded by grassy hillsides and clusters of oaks, the town is a popular for its Saturday morning Farmer’s Market and has long been a destination for dining, antique shopping and wine tasting.
Winding through the beautiful countryside of Paso Robles, the Vineyard Drive backroad offers spectacular views of oak woodland forests and hilly grasslands. Just off HWY 46 West, heading towards the ocean, this historic road is home to wineries and vineyards known for their delicious Rhone-style wines.