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August Ridge Vineyards

ombining the robust styling of the best California wines with the restrained classic elegance of wines from northern and central Italy, August Ridge produces distinctive Cal-Ital wines that emphasize the uniqueness of the Paso Robles region.

Ovene Winery

Ovene Winery produces World Class Central Coast Pinot Noir, Syrah, Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon. Our first release is a Rose of Syrah. This wine is reminiscent of the great Roses of Provence and Bandol on the French Riviera. Our Rose of Syrah is a co

Paraiso Springs Vineyards

Come visit Paraiso winery in Monterey on your next tour of California wineries. For wine clubs, wine tastings, winery events, and winery weddings, consider Paraiso.

Sagebrush Annie's

Sagebrush Annie's is located in the southeastern portion of the Cuyama Valley, giving diners beautiful nightly views of the incredible Cuyama sunsets to the west over the Sierra Madre mountains and the valley to the north.

San Saba Vineyards

San Saba Vineyards has been making award-winning wines in very limited quantities since 1981.

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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Escafeld Vineyards

Escafeld Vineyards is a wine producer based in Jolon, San Antonio Valley, Southern Monterey County, California. This site features information about Escafeld Vineyards and features an online wine store.

Nicolaysen Family Vineyards

Our wines are available direct and can be ordered by phone or e-mail.

Muccigrosso Vineyards

Muccigrosso Vineyards is a family-run endeavor committed to producing small quantities of hand made fine wines designed to satisfy everybody.
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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.