I’m wrapping up my Paso Coverage by featuring one of my favorite wineries from our recent trip: Adelaida Winery Paso Robles.
Adelaida’s winery is located in the Adelaida District on Adelaida road and was actually established before the AVA.
We had such an awesome experience at Adelaida vineyards, and I’ve already sent several friends there who were looking for Paso Robles wine country recs.
Enjoy this review of my time at Adelaida vineyards, and you can also check out my other Paso Robles guides that cover top things to do, best wineries, best restaurants, and where to stay.
It was one of our favorite stops during our Paso Robles trip.
The tasting room is located on a beautiful ranch, where they have not only their vineyards but also their walnut trees.
Adelaida offers several different types of tastings including a classic and a library tasting. But my recommendation would be to go for their private hilltop tasting!
During the hilltop tasting, you’ll be seated up at the highest point in Paso, overlooking beautiful golden hills and amazing views of their estate vineyards, while you taste wines under oak trees.
It is such a beautiful place and a wonderful way to enjoy their wines.
Since we live in San Francisco, we get poured a lot of pinot noir when we go wine tasting in Sonoma. But I’m more of a big, fruity red kinda girl, and I loved Adelaida’s zin.
Between that and their cabernet franc, I was a very happy camper sitting up at that hilltop.
Adelaida’s tasting room is open daily, and their hilltop tasting is available every day except for Saturdays.
I’d highly recommend booking the hilltop tasting for an hour or two before sunset, so you can watch the sun go down over the hills with a glass of zin or cabernet sauvignon in hand.
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The best wineries to visit in Paso Robles are:
– Adelaida Winery and Vineyard
– Tablas Creek Vineyard
– Daou Vineyards
– Epoch Estate
It is recommended to visit between 3 to 5 wineries a day to give yourself enough time to enjoy everything.
Every winery is different, but you can expect to spend 30 to 45 minutes per winery.