Bianchi Winery and Tasting Room, Paso Robles

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Historical downtown Paso Robles features numerous upscale bed and breakfasts, while the more affordable national-chain hotels and motels lie to the north where Route 101 intersects with Route 46. For a true wine-country experience, book a room at one of the bed and breakfasts situated in the scenic vineyards south and west of town. Paso Robles remains a popular weekend getaway, so book ahead if you plan to arrive on a Friday.
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  • Bianchi owns movie theaters in the Southern California area. He also owns this fabulous winery. The wine is excellent. The winery has a nice pond with koi fish. You can sit outside and have lunch outs...  more »
  • We started with their sparkling wine and "ran the board". Their Sauvignon Blanc was outstanding as well as their Cabernet Sauvignon. The building is stunning with nice assortment of wine and food gift...  more »
  • Recommendation: Perfect place to sit outside and enjoy a class of wine. Bianchi is off the usual winery roads but it should not be ignored. Huge modern tasting room to taste some good wine. Big outdoo...  more »
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  • It was a great venue and very relaxing!
  • Gorgeous winery and tasting room. Tons of little gifts, meats, cheeses, and wines to buy. The best part is the tasting area our front with the koi pond
  • Nice wines, will definitely go back. They have a nice are where you are allowed to smoke cigars (they also sell cigars) Tip: One tasting fee waived with each bottle purchased
  • Nice quaint winery. Grab a glass and hang out on the deck overlooking their small pond. Bottles are reasonably priced as well.
  • First off... start by enjoying the views/scenery just driving to the winery. You get to drive along the winery, vineyards, and pond just leading up to the parking lot. This was our first time to Paso Robles and about our 4th winery stop out of about 8 between 2 days. Bianchi is the stop we will not forget! First pulling up we had to get out into the vineyards to take pictures. This time of year in any wine country is the time to go to see the beautiful vineyards full of leaves and grapes getting ready for harvest. We then proceeded towards the tasting room and got awestruck at the beautiful wood decking and pond with many fish including large koi. There are even many tables/chairs to enjoy a glass (or bottle) of wine! After taking many pictures we decided to walk into the very open and sunny tasting room. The wall is full of glass windows and doors looking towards the pond and lets in a great amount of light. We were a bit delighted to see we were the only customers early in the morning in the tasting room (it's nice not having to work your way towards a crowded bar for tastings). We were then greeted by Suzie who made the rest of the experience great for us. Suzie was VERY knowledgeable in all the wines the Bianchi has. Red, whites, sweets, and even sparkling - they have it! She was very friendly and not pushy and was more than happy to help us out. After doing two tastings (1 different one each to try multiple) we really did not find 1 wine that we did not like. After enjoying the property, wines, and service we were more than happy to sign up for their wine club. They have many different clubs (2 bottles, 4 bottles, 6 bottles etc) all quarterly shipments (or pickups) and you can pick reds, whites, or mixed. Depending upon the quantity of bottles you get added discounts to the wine, logo'd merchandise, and to their rental property. Also, you get access to their remote control boats for their pond, which we didnt get to try out. Don't forget you would also get free tastings for you and your friends anytime you are in. This winery was our favorite stop among our 2 day wine tasting trip! What even made it better is getting a THANK YOU card in the mail today and it was even personalized talking about things we discussed during our visit. This makes it feel that you are more of a special client to the company rather being 'just a number'. Make this a must go to place in Paso Robles when you are in town and be sure to see Suzie!