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private vineyard

Click HERE to receive a Pricing Package or call now (805) 296-3205 Extension 211.

How about a private vineyard on your one acre estate? Some of the finestPaso Robles Vineyard wines in the world come from very small vineyards (the Romanee-Conti vineyard is a mere four acres). We have water wells that can be dedicated to agricultural use. You will never have to worry about water supply. Country Lake Estates is within the proposed Jolon Road Wine Corridor. There are several large vineyards a few parcels away to the west and south. There are thousands of acres of grapes between the estates and Highway 101. There is little doubt the area is great for growing grapes.

Wouldn't you like a custom home on a one acre estate with a private vineyard that is within walking distance to a pristine lake that is not crowded? Call us at (805) 296-3205 Ext. 211 for more details.

Paso Robles Wine And Vineyards

 The Paso Robles area has a rich history of winemaking and grape growing, beginning in 1797 at the historic Mission San Miguel Archangel. Today, more than 60 wineries and over 200 vineyards growing premium wine grapes are found in the oak-lined rolling hills of Paso Robles. The quality of Paso Robles wine continues to rise.

Wine touring in Paso Robles includes scenic drives along wide open country roads. A stop at one of the small, family-owned Paso wineries will be a unique treat, as you'll be greeted with genuine warmth and maybe even share in some of the Private Paso Robles vineyardwinemaking secrets. You'll find plenty of opportunities to chat with the winemakers, enjoy a picnic at some of the picturesque wineries and sample the finely-crafted, award-winning wines being produced in Paso Robles. You'll discover why this region is attracting so much attention for its superb wine.

Many of the Paso wineries are open seven days a week; however some are accessible only on weekends and by appointment only. We recommend you call ahead to confirm hours of operation. In addition to Paso Robles wine tasting, many of the Paso wineries also offer winemaker dinners and other special events throughout the year. It seems that much of the wine world these days is falling in love with Paso Robles. Napa’s premier zinfandel cult winery, Turley, has bought property in the area, as have such other North Coast luminaries as Rabbit Ridge and Château Potelle. Larger producers, like Gallo, Mondavi, and J. Lohr, have been in Paso for several years, using local grapes to upgrade their midlevel “coastal” wines.  Paso Robles WineLand is still plentiful in the Paso Robles appellation — which is located along Highway 101 at the headwaters of the north flowing Salinas River, midway between Los Angeles and San Francisco — and still relatively cheap. Perhaps the region’s greatest appeal, though, is that it offers something to almost everybody.

Several Paso producers of Bordeaux-style blends have been drawn to the sandy loam of the hotter Eastside river plains, which sweep away for miles before they meet the Cholame Hills, which separate the appellation from the San Joaquin Valley. Zinfandel mavens search out small patches of old vines that have been tended here for generations. The growing Rhône brigade often takes to the rippling Westside hills, laced with calcareous soils, which are regularly enveloped by cooling morning fogs from the Pacific. Advocates of pinot noir tend to like York Mountain, the small, independent appellation in the southwestern hills.As pioneering Paso Paso Robles Real Estate Vinyardvintner Gary Eberle – who brought the Paso region to the attention of wine drinkers in the early 1980s with his Estrella River Winery (now Meridian Vineyards) and today runs the premium Eberle Winery there – puts it, “For a long time, so many of our grapes went north in trucks to be made experimenting with clones and dense, five-by-five-foot and six-byfour-foot plantings. Hope has roots in the area himself: his family farmed citrus, apples, and grapes here and eventually became the suppliers of fruit for Caymus Vineyards’s famous Liberty School cabernet. The Hopes now own the label, but their primary wine is a complex red blend of Rhône and Bordeaux varietals called simply Treana.

Although Rhône grapes were first harvested commercially in the area a decade earlier (Gary Eberle was the first to plant them here), interest in these varietals soared followingPaso Robles Vineyard the establishment in 1989 of a joint venture between wine importer Robert Haas and the Perrin family, proprietors of the famous Beaucastel properties in the Rhône Valley itself. They named their enterprise, based on a 114-acre parcel in the Santa Lucia foothills, just west of the Paso Robles city limits, Tablas Creek Vineyard. Interestingly, the partnership’s first project was not winemaking but the importation and propagation of Rhône rootstock. “It takes us three years to bring the vines into the country, checking to make sure the indicator plants are virus-free,” says Denise Chouinard, business manager of Tablas Creek in Paso, “and another three years to propagate the vines.” Since they began their efforts, Tablas Creek has supplied Rhône-grape rootstock for wineries not just in Paso but all over the West Coast and in Virginia and Texas.