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Saxby Winery And Vineyard

Located in Pso Roblers. Please vist our site for our current releases available.

Rabbit Ridge Winery

Rabbit Ridge Winery is the home of best priced wines in Paso Robles!
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Generosa Winery, LLC

Exquisite Traditional Italian Wine- Generosa Winery by winemaker Chris Gemignani

Riverbench Vineyard & Winery

We are dedicated to crafting a small portfolio of wines from one remarkable vineyard. Chardonnay and Pinot Noir at its best!
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Palmina

Palmina - a Californian celebration of a rich, wonderful lifestyle and attitude toward food, wine, friends and family
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Pedrizzetti Winery

Pedrizzetti Winery, A Santa Clara County winery in the country.Award winning wines and a lovely location for weddings and private parties.

Zealear Cellars

Zealear wines are a celebration of California at its best. The wines produced in the Napa Valley, Sonoma and the Central Coast are our favorites. Each Zealear varietal has been selected from the region known to produce the finest wine of that type.

Chateau Julien

Chateau Julien Wine Estate produces Monterey County wines offered daily in their Carmel Valley tasting room.
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Tin House Winery

Tin House Winery Wines offering fine award winning wines, Pinot Noir, Cabernet, Syrah from California's Central Coast.

Lockwood Vineyard

Lockwood Vineyard was born in 1989 with the intent of producing premium and ultra-premium wines from a single, contiguous 1,850 acre vineyard located in the southern extremities of Monterey County.
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California's Central Coast wine region spans from San Francisco Bay Area in the north to the Santa Barbara County in the south. The Central Coast AVA is defined by its proximity to the Pacific Ocean. Mountain ranges open to the ocean and allow the cool sea air and fog to flow into the coastal valleys and their vineyards. A moderate climate, combination of foggy mornings, midday sun and afternoon breezes gives a longer growing season and slow, even ripening of the grapes.