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Broken Earth Winery, Paso Robles

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  • We didn't get to visit this well-regarded winery until near closing time, so we had just a short time to taste. The tasting room had a small deli adjacent to tasting room which would be a great place ...  more »
  • We stopped by Broken Earth to sample the wines. Some were better than others. The pourer was knowledgeable. Some of the blends were good.  more »
  • We drove up to broken earth winery just in time to have lunch this is our first time at the winery had a good time and had a good lunch good experience. We will come back next year.  more »
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  • We visited several wineries over the weekend and this had the best tasting wine in my opinion. We sat outdoors because we had our dog. Wish this winery was dog friendly like many others. The lady who served us was very welcoming. We had their beautiful cheese plate with our wine. Traffic noise was there but sitting in the shade still nice. Convenient stop because it's right on the 46.
  • We stopped in for a tasting and lunch. Their cafe was quiet and off the tasting room. It gave our 19 month old room to run around. Stacie was very accommodating and suggested we have our tastings with lunch in the cafe. It felt like we were the only people there, yet they were busy with an outside band. We will definitely be back when we are in the area again. We loved the wine so much we left with 14 bottles!
  • On my way to Monterey I stopped by this place. The exterior setting is very serene and pleasant. There are several spots where you could sit down and talk or just partake in the beauty of Paso Robles. Inside the space is nice albeit not totally unique. There are several selections of wines to choose from. For this winery the whites and mixed red are the target that they are going for. I personally wasn't too fond of the wine selection they had to offer in the tasting with the exception of the visognier. It was crisp and delicious. The other wines missed the mark in my opinion. The staff was very helpful in explaining the process and the prices for certain wines were reasonable especially the rosés. Would I come back? Perhaps, but only if the reserves were ever offered as part of a meal pairing.
  • Me and my wife live in Bakersfield every time we pass by we stop for a bottle of the coconut wine. We have went to a lot of winery's over the years. I stopped in the use the bathroom and was treated like family from the time I walked in and given a free tasting even though I was looking a little worn from a ten hour ride. I was treated like I owned the place I took a case home joined and stop in every time we pass at least once a month
  • Their outdoor seating area is nice with plenty of shade, but some seats are only accessible via grass which was difficult for a family member. There was a handicap accessible table but it was occupied by a party bus group and the winery did nothing to accommodate said family member. We ended up sitting on a bench in front of the winery (we had to be outside because we had a dog with us). Once inside, the staff took a long time to acknowledge me and when she did, she didn't explain the wine at all. She was more attentive to my husband, though, so he ended up getting the tastings for me. Maybe we visited at an inopportune time since the winery was busy with rowdy guests from wine tours and party buses who have had a little too much wine. The wines were just okay.

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Where to stay in Paso Robles

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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