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Broken Earth Winery, Paso Robles
(3.9/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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  • Couldn't say whether their wines are any good. We never even got to the tasting bar after our lunch in the cafĂ© took over an hour - and that was for a grilled cheese sandwich (barely warm) and some qu...  more »
  • Had lunch first and service was slow since there was just one person taking care of Broken Earth's cafe. Having lunch inside besides me was another couple; outside was at least one (maybe half of a co...  more »
  • Arrived here with 2 other couples and we had the best time at this winery! They have beautiful grounds to sit in and enjoy a picnic lunch, or you can get something from their restaurant. Chance was po...  more »
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  • 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.
  • Great wines friendly and the best pick up parties. Been a member since the year they opened. Always take our out of town guests here. Tip - they have great case specials in the tasting room. Wine always make the perfect gift. Favorite tasing room attendance Melissa and Chance you guys Rock.
  • Love this place! The staff is always so welcoming and cheerful. Excellent presentation of the wines and cheese paired. They have fun events happening often & on saturdays during the summer they have live music & food outside. Chance makes sure to give the history of the wine, how it's been aged, what's in it, how to decipher through the colors and smells of the different wines as he pours them, super neat experience if you've never had one! Broken Earth has awesome staff, we will continue to enjoy this place and the people!
  • Fan tasting room with amazing wine.
  • What a disappointment for my one and only wine tasting experience in Paso Robles. We came to Broken Earth to eat a little something as we tasted. Ive done flights this way before. The lady behind the tasting counter was generally rude, and uininterested in me as a patron. When I told her what I liked she offered no suggestions. She also told me she couldn't be bothered to bring me a flight of wine to enjoy as I ate...and that I had to do it inside. She may be one of those types that doesn't cater to anyone younger than her because she was not at all snobby to the older women at the counter. Melissa at the cafe wasnice. Food good. It's not the nicest ambience/setting. Definitely other wineries more worth the trip. I got a bottle of wine because It was nice...but the total experience lacking.