Pacific Coast (Highway 1)


Pacific coast wine trail paso robles wineries

The scenic drive along the Pacific coast on Highway 1 takes you through the picturesque towns of Cambria, Harmony and Cayucos to a handful of boutique wineries and tasting rooms. These few coastal wineries are some of the best kept secrets of Central Coast Wine Country and just a short drive west of Paso Robles. Compliment your day at the beach with a few wine tastings!

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Cayucos Cellars

cayucos-cellars-featured-imageCayucos Cellars

801-C Main St, Cambria, CA 93428

(805) 995-3036
Hours: Mon-Sun 11:30am - 5:30pm, Closed Tuesday

Deep in the hills of Cayucos, there lies an old dairy barn, no longer smelling of cows, fresh milk, and their leavings, but of fermenting grape must, ceremoniously spilt wine, and strong oak. Transformed from its fragrant beginnings, this humble structure, and home to Cayucos Cellars, has become a sanctuary of cool waiting, and unfathomable potential hiding in every barrel.

With the help of the nibbling and gnawing of wild yeasts working their magic on naught but the finest fruit to be had in the land, the balefully bubbling and slowly seething substances endure many a long year confined to the clutches of neutral oak. With patience for everything in its proper time, these are the qualities apparent that define our wines. It all began in the auspicious year of nineteen hundred and ninety six, when winemaker Stuart, wife Laura, sons Clay and Ross, and daughter Paige, embarked upon the journey of creating a small family owned and operated winery.

We of the Selkirk family invite you to our tasting room, located in beautiful downtown Cayucos, just a step from the beach, to partake in an ambrosial experience, where fine wine and a warm welcome will always be awaiting you.

Cutruzzola Vineyards

Cutruzzola Vineyards Paso Robles Wineries

Cutruzzola Vineyards

555 Main Street, Cambria, CA 93428

(805) 927-2670

Hours: Daily 11:00am - 5:00pm

Cutruzzola Vineyards is located in a coastal valley just outside the town of Cambria on California’s Central Coast. By fortune of geology, many of our vineyard blocks contain limestone, which limits yield and enhances quality.

In 2000, while walking along Santa Rosa Creek Road in Cambria, we came across a parcel of land for sale. Just about seven miles outside of Cambria, the property was comprised of steep hillsides with varying exposures ranging from southeast to southwest. The climate of the vineyard was notable for gentle cool breezes and abundant sunshine, the fog often stopping two miles to the west.

The property was purchased and five acres of Pinot Noir were planted in 2001, and two more acres were planted to Riesling in 2006. Due to the presence of limestone, low available nutrients and limited water resources, growth was slow and our first commercial harvest was in 2009.

Our Cambria tasting room opened in January 2015. In addition to our limited-production wines, we also have a number of unique gift items for sale.

Harmony Cellars


Harmony Cellars

3255 Harmony Valley Rd, Harmony, CA

(805) 927-1625

Hours: Daily 10:00am - 5:00pm

Owners Chuck and Kim Mulligan built their boutique winery to reflect the serene and unpretentious beauty of Harmony. Established in 1989, Harmony Cellars now sits on land that has been in the family since 1910.

Winemaker Chuck Mulligan's wines reflect the quality and attention to detail of a technically trained winemaker and consistently win honors at prestigious national and international competitions. From buttery Chardonnay to crisp Riesling, spicy Zinfandel, rustic Malbec and decadent Port, Chuck's wines are distinctly different and crafted to highlight the individuality of each varietal.

Hearst Ranch Winery

Hearst Ranch Winery LogoHearst Ranch Winery

442 SLO San Simeon Rd, San Simeon, CA 93452

(805) 927-4100
Hours: Daily 11:00am - 5:00pm

The hand-crafted offerings of Hearst Ranch Winery have been brought to life by the collaboration of sound agricultural practices, impeccable winemaking and the philanthropic involvement of Steve Hearst and Jim Saunders. Read More >>