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San Luis Obispo Region Wine Trails

Wineries of the Pacific Coast Wine Trail

Visit wineries and tasting rooms nestled in quaint, seaside towns dotted along scenic Highway 1. From Burgundian varieties grown on vineyards minutes from the Pacific Ocean to robust Bordeaux and Rhône varieties grown in Paso Robles, the wines of the Pacific Coast Wine Trail reflect each winemaker’s unique style of winemaking.

Pleasant Valley Wine Trail

Just east of Paso Robles sits the Pleasant Valley Wine Trail, a 12-mile route featuring wines that have earned over 150 awards. The trail offers tasters a unique wine-tasting experience off the beaten path and leads them to wineries selling more than 50 wines rated 90–98 points. The Pleasant Valley Wine Trail is best known for its warm hospitality, handcrafted wines, and undiscovered values of this small yet diverse group of wineries.

Old Edna & Biddle Ranch Road Wine Trail

The historic and geographic center of SLO Wine Country features the most concentrated plantings of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Syrah, Viognier, Riesling, and Gewürztraminer in the region, and some of the best wines you’ll find anywhere.

More great wine trails along the California Central Coast.

DISCOVER

California’s Central Coast consists of:

VENTURA REGION: Ventura County, Camarillo, Conejo Valley, Heritage Valley, Oxnard, Port Hueneme, Simi Valley
SANTA BARBARA REGION: Santa Barbara County, Buellton, Carpinteria Valley, Goleta, Lompoc Valley, Los Olivos, Santa Maria Valley, Solvang, Santa Ynez Valley
SAN LUIS OBISPO REGION: San Luis Obispo County, Arroyo Grande, Atascadero, Cambria, Cayucos, Grover Beach, Harmony, Morro Bay, Nipomo, Paso Robles, Pismo Beach, San Simeon
MONTEREY BAY REGION: Monterey County, Santa Cruz County, Carmel, Gilroy, Hollister, San Benito

About Central Coast Tourism Council

The Central Coast Tourism Council (CCTC) is a non-profit organization comprised of Destination Management Organizations (DMOs; Convention & Visitor Bureaus, Chambers of Commerce, etc.) throughout the California Central Coast. Comprised of tourism and hospitality professionals, the mission of CCTC is to jointly promote the entire California Central Coast as a destination. The four regions that comprise California’s Central Coast include Monterey Bay, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, and Ventura. The CCTC also serves as the Central Coast’s voice in Sacramento, and as a partner with Visit California’s global marketing and advertising campaigns.