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Tours & Tastings
Paso Robles wine country is a vast area offering plenty of options to go wine tasting.More
Hotels & Resorts
You'll find plenty of luxury-class resorts, hotel chains, bed and breakfast options and rooms and homes available on AirBnb.More
Bars & Restaurants
Enjoy fresh-of-the-boat seafood at the many restaurants in historic Monterey to authentic Mexican in Paso Robles to some of the best sushi you'll ever experience in Santa Ynez. Central Coast wine country offers plenty of options for even the most discerning foodie in your group.More
Transportation & Tour Companies
Leave the driving to a local professional driver and get the inside scope of where to go and what to skip. Uber is available, but expect long delays to hail a ride.More
Things to Do
Being you are in the beautiful mountains in the country, the region offers plenty of outdoor activities to get your adrenaline shot or a bit of relaxation. From hiring a local fishing guide, learning how to surf to signing up for a bike tour, the area has something for everyone.More
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Paso Robles's seasons
Know what the best season is to visit Paso Robles and what to wear.
(December - February) With the coastal influence of the Central Coast wine country, the winters are enjoyable, but can get cold because the inland valleys can be shielded from the onshore winds. Winter is the slowest time of the year where daytime temps range from 30-55 degrees, so we recommend you dress in layers.
(March - May) As Spring arrives, so do the temperatures. Spring awashes the hillsides in green and the vineyards become to life, showing their foliage in late April. Spring is also "release" season where most wineries begin offering their latest vintages with special parties and experiences. Reservations are recommended as many of the local wineries are small and offer limited space.
(June - August) Summer can offer temperatures from 65-95 degrees at times depending on the elevations you plan on visiting. We recommend you drink a lot of water and enjoy yourself as wineries offer many different tour and tasting events to choose from. Reservations are strongly recommended starting mid-June.
(September - November) Fall is harvest season in the Central Coast wine country, offering temperatures that range from 70 - 85 in September/October to cooler temps in November. This is the busiest time of the year as wineries host harvest parties. Most tasting rooms are small, so space is limited. Plan ahead if you want a really enjoy this region. Reservations are required.
Paso Robles's travel tips
Traveling to Paso Robles
- United Airlines offers scheduled service to San Luis Obispo (SLO) which is about an hour away or fly into Monterey (MRY) and enjoy the scenic drive down to Paso Robles wine country.
- There are plenty of small, private airports scattered about, but there's also other transportation options such as ride-hailing apps and tour companies you can hire to get you about.
- To get about Paso Robles wine country, you'll need to hire a private transportation service.
About Paso Robles
With a greater day-to-night temperature swing than any other appellation in California, distinct meso-climates, diverse soils and a long growing season, Paso Robles is a unique wine region blessed with optimal growing conditions for producing premium and ultra-premium wines. More than 60 wine grape varieties are grown in Paso Robles, ranging from Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot to Syrah, Viognier and Roussanne, to Zinfandel, the area’s heritage wine varietal.