Stunning Paso Robles Wine Tour Views

By Ugly Duck Team - November 1st, 2017 in Uncategorized

Stunning Paso Robles Wine Tour Views

Are you looking to see breathtaking views while touring wine country? Look no further than our limousine services. We set up the perfect wine tour for you and your guests. With that, we know all the top spots for that outstanding view and even better-tasting wine. One of the areas we frequently take guests to is for wine tours in Paso Robles, CA on account of its expansive landscape and beautiful surroundings.

Whether you’re looking for an event where you can unwind, or you’re searching for your next Instagram photo, we provide wine tours that make you say, “WOW!” Don’t have time to map out all the hottest spots with the best views in Paso Robles? We left no stone unturned and found the best vineyards for your pleasure.

Here are some of the most sought-after vineyards with stunning wine tour views.

1. Calcareous Vineyards

If you’re a wine connoisseur, you’ve heard the term “terroir,” before. A vineyard’s “terroir,” or terrain is critical to how the wine tastes. The Calcareous Vineyard is named after its calcareous ground that it rests on. Father Lloyd Messer and daughter Dana Brown established the vineyard back in 2000 overlooking Paso Robles’ highest plateaus. With almost two decades of experience, Calcareous Vineyards provides terroir-focused blends and high-quality varietals that captures Paso Robles’ natural essence. The spectacular views of the rolling hillsides and seas of green are awe-inspiring. Calcareous Vineyards is located at 3430 Peachy Canyon Rd, Paso Robles, CA.

2. Eberle Winery

Gary Eberle is known as the principal pioneer of Paso’s wine country since he founded his family’s Estrella River Winery & Vineyards back in the 1970’s. It was only a matter of time before Eberle put his efforts into his own winery project. By 1982, Eberle Winery was established, and it received much success. Eberle’s deck provides magnificent views as it overlooks their wine vineyard of thirty-eight acres. Hang out on the porch with a bottle of Eberle’s custom Cab and revel in the view of the Santa Lucia Mountain.

At Eberle’s, you and your guests can play corn hole, bocce ball, or just sit back and enjoy some of the best sights in Paso. If you would rather do some exploring during your visit to Eberle Winery, you can indulge in a complimentary tour of their incredible underground caves – all 16,000 square feet. Best of all, they have a dining area that seats one-hundred guests where dinners are held. Experience everything Eberle Winery has to offer at 3810 CA-46, Paso Robles, CA.

3. Croad Vineyards

Husband and wife Martin and Patti Croad did not set out to establish a winery of their own. They accidentally found what would become their vineyard business as they were house hunting. Once they learned that their thirty-eight acres of land was a perfect place to grow grapes and sell wine, they had different ideas. In a relatively short time, Martin perfected the craft of winemaking and produced award-winning wine.

After more than a decade later, Croad Vineyards is making some of the best wine with a New Zealand flair. Croad’s large patio seating area showcases unbelievable views of Paso Robles’ countryside and adjacent vineyards. Really, you have to see it to believe it! Croad Vineyards is located at 3550 Vinedo Robles Lane, Paso Robles, CA.

4. DAOU Vineyards & Winery

Brothers Georges and Daniel Daou were on a mission to create the best Cabernet Sauvignon. But before they could offer a world-famous Cab, they needed first to discover the best terroir out there. They found the ideal soil, climate, and geography atop a mountain twenty minutes outside of downtown Paso Robles’ Adelaida District. The mountaintop is now dubbed “DAOU Mountain,” on the west side of beautiful Paso.

Most seasoned wine drinkers know the Daou brothers for their world-class Bordeaux varietals and even more impressive winery. DAOU Vineyards & Winery is situated at the highest elevation point in Paso — 2,200 feet elevation. The views are just incomparable. Their tasting room boasts enormous floor to ceiling windows where you and your party can take in all the hills, mountains, and crisp, fresh air.

If nature is something you’re after, DAOU Vineyards houses various, luscious gardens, including a rose garden with plenty of seats to choose from. The garden has theatre-like seating, which gives viewers an impeccable panoramic view of the surrounding landscapes. And if you’re wondering whether the Daou brothers were able to make that world-class Cab, we recommend tasting their signature bottle. So, grab a charcuterie board and get ready to be dazzled from start to finish. DAOU Vineyards & Winery is located at 2777 Hidden Mountain Road, Paso Robles, CA.

5. Le Cuvier Winery

If a boutique winery is more your style, look no further than Le Cuvier Winery that is just fifteen minutes west of lovely downtown Paso Robles. John Munch always dreamt about building a winery in this location, and his dream came true. In 1983, his company grew from a mail-order service to an established micro-winery. Le Cuvier now boasts some of Paso’s most outstanding and unique views.

At Le Cuvier, you can witness gorgeous views of Salinas River basin. Sit back and relax in an Adirondack seat or taste hors d’oeuvres prepared onsite. Sip on some of the best wine in a quiet and intimate spot with fascinating sights. Le Cuvier’s address is 3333 Vine Hill Lane, Paso Robles, CA.

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