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posted by: Best Western Plus Black Oak on: August 06, 2020

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Paso Robles, California is known for its wine. Thus, it won’t come as a surprise that one of the top activities in the area is to tour the vineyards. Keep reading to discover our picks for the top wineries to explore this summer in Paso Robles.

Eberle Winery

One of the most popular wineries in the region, Eberle Winery is a family-run estate that was established over 40 years ago. Eberle serves wine by the glass, is pet-friendly, and has a beautiful outdoor seating area overlooking their 38-acre estate. They are best known for their Syrah and the Estate Cabernet Sauvignon. Winery and cave tours are available, as are private tasting reservations if you’d prefer a more intimate experience.

Tobin James Cellars

What’s unique about Tobin James Cellars is that unlike the other wineries in Paso Robles, Tobin James Cellars was built on the site of an old stagecoach stop. Thus, this winery has a distinct “Wild West” vibe, not to mention great wine! From red and white to rosé and dessert wine, you’re guaranteed to find something you like at Tobin James Cellars. Their limited edition Blue Moon reserve wines (a 2016 Zinfandel, a 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon, and a 2016 Syrah) are to die for.

Vina Robles Vineyard & Winery

Wine tasting at Vina Robles Vineyard & Winery is a must while in Paso Robles. The wines here are world renowned, known for capturing both old world European flavours and the bolder natural flavours of Central California. Vina Robles offers outdoor wine tastings on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, each of which includes a selection of wines from their Estate Series and their Limited Estate Collection.


If you plan on touring wineries in Paso Robles, then you’ll want to book a room at the Best Western Plus Black Oak. We combine excellent service and cozy rooms with an unbeatable location near the area's world famous vineyards.

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