I am going to go by Paso Robles tommorow.

I want hit a few wineries and just grab some stuff, probably random that I have never heard of.

How far in from the highway entrance do I have to go before I see wineries?

Are the wineries spread out far or pretty close together?

Should I go east or west to hit the most wineries?
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Originally posted by spo:
I am going to go by Paso Robles tommorow.

I want hit a few wineries and just grab some stuff, probably random that I have never heard of.

How far in from the highway entrance do I have to go before I see wineries? Depends upon where you are. Both near and far.

Are the wineries spread out far or pretty close together? 20 miles or so east to west and 10 miles or so north to south.

Should I go east or west to hit the most wineries? You should go west to hit the BEST wineries.
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Originally posted by jesseix:
actually if you're coming in from the 5 (on the 46 i think it is?) that's from the east side so you'd have to continue west across the 101 to get to the wineries on the west side. Tobin James is on the 46 on the way in and might be worth a stop.
Yes. East is what I meant. Doh!
When I saw the sign for Paso Robles I thought well isn't that conveinant. It is 56 miles from the 5 though. Tobin James is the first winery I saw. They and Riboli had a 100% petit verdot. Cool I got Conquistador (33% pv Cool) and merlot from Hug and a bottle of Clayhouse malbec. I did not have internet after I made that last post but thanks for any tips/recommendations.
Linne Calodo-IMHO BY Far the best wine in the area. Just recently switch to an appt. only tasting even on weekends.

Denner-Really good wines, one of the best looking properties in town.

Adeladia-Good Inexpensive Wines, The Nicest staff I have ever seen anywhere.

Justin-A couple decent wines and an all around cool property to visit. Take the cave tour its worth it.

Daou-Another great Bordeaux producer in the area. My second favorite in town. Its at the top of a mountain, and has some of the best views of the area.

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