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Adelaida Cellars Inc, Paso Robles

Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
Inspirock Rating:
4.7/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web
Adelaida produces from its own Estate vineyards and a select group of contracted vineyards on the west side of Paso Robles. Amongst its holdings are the two principalestate properties, Viking Vineyard and HMR (Hoffman) Vineyard. Adelaida produces both Estate and non-estate wines under 4 different labels: the Reserve Label, theAdelaida Label, the SLO Label, and the Schoolhouse Label. The winery and tasting room are open daily from 10 to 5.
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  • We were very fortunate to meet Chuck who was a fabulous host. His knowledge of history of the region, the winery and the wines we tasted was incredible. The new tasting room and grounds are spectacula...  read more »
  • Our friends are members of Adelaida and arranged a private reserve tasting for our visit on Friday. We had the pleasure of having Elizabeth as our hostess and had so much fun! Elizabeth really knows h...  read more »
  • Went with family and friends to the top of the hill. Amazing views. Tony was great. He put out an array of meats, cheeses, olives, olive oil, and delicious bread. The wine was very good too. Great pla...  read more »
  • Had an absolutely fantastic experience at Adelaida Cellars during the Zinfest weekend in the Paso Robles Valley. The staff courteously greeted everyone in our party and enthusiastically jumped into educating us about their wine. Best part? The library collection of Zinfandels really took the cake for all the vineyards we visited that day. With a fantastic location, wonderful staff, and excellent wine, this is a great stop in Paso!
  • Six of us stopped in last Saturday for some wine tasting. There was no place to sit, but a room adjoining the tasting area was wide open with several comfy looking sofas. A sign identified the room as a hangout for wine club members, but the room was empty. As soon as a few of us wandered in to look around, a staffer rushed in to let us know that this room is for club members, but he'd be happy to sign us up. We left immediately and moved on to more welcoming wineries. We belong to several wine clubs, and there are some nice perks. But a room that is off limits to non-members? First time we've experienced this.
  • More crowded than the other wineries we had gone to that day, but still fun! The prices were much more in our range as well, but the quality of wine wasn't quite as high.
  • A note of appreciation. Last evening, after shuffling some bottles in my Cellar, I discovered your 1994 Pinot Noir that I didn't know I had from the early days when I was a member of the Club. It was amazing. The color was a rich ruby, the bouquet was still delightful, and the taste was distinctive and delightful in every way. The bottle hadn't moved from the time I got it in probably 1995, and kept at 55 degrees and it held up in every way. Just wanted you to know how much I appreciated a 21 yr. old Pinot and how amazing it was then, and now. Gordon Hess, Santa Barbara
  • Adelaida Cellars is a must see! Make this your last stop and you won't be disappointed. They have beautiful views and also a outdoor seating area. They are pet friendly so don't be afraid to bring your best friend. Check out their Google Virtual Tour before you go.
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