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Wild Coyote Winery

We are located on the Central Coast of California, which is about halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco.

Fleming Jenkins Vineyards & Winery

Welcome to Fleming Jenkins Vineyards and Winery. Our goal is to produce memorable wine through artistry and creativity, high standards and attention to detail--challenges at the heart of Olympic skating and Medicine that have so enriched our lives and, we

Tenuta Vineyards

We welcome group tastings, weddings, and private events of all kinds. Our scenic amphitheater and event center is the ideal location for your next gathering

Silvestri Vineyards

Silvestri Vineyards is located approximately 15 miles from the Pacific Ocean up Carmel Valley. This location is the key element in the terroir of this unique site.

Skyhawk Lane

We welcome groups of 8 or more for private tours & tastings by appointment. We hope you enjoy our wines as much as we enjoyed creating them.

Casa Barranca Wines

At the organic boutique boutique winery of Casa Barranca, we employ the finest Old World traditions with appropriate contemporary tools and techniques to handcraft extraordinary wine.

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.

Tra-Due Wines

Welcome to Pozzuoli Winery and TRA~DUE wines. We are a boutique winery located in the beautiful Paso Robles wine region established in 2001.
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Vines on the Marycrest

Vines on the Marycrest is driven by a love of wine, winemaking and farming. Old vine zinfandel, tempranillo and Rhone varietals are dry-farmed and head-pruned. Wines are handcrafted blends which capture the spirit of the Paso Robles appellation.
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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.