Wine & Beer Tasting in San Luis Obispo
Please support these businesses that support Friends of Hearst Castle. Below is a partial list of places to taste wine while you visit the Central Coast and Hearst Castle. For a complete listing go to our Members Directory.

Chamisal Vineyards
Wine tasting on the Central Coast is not complete without a visit to Chamisal Vineyards, celebrating 40 years in the Edna Valley. Stop by our rustic tasting room and spacious patio to taste our wines, experience our vineyards and meet the folks that make it all happen. Visit Chamisal Vineyards Website

Tolosa Winery
Tolosa Winery has the newest “Tasting Room” addition to the Edna Valley appellation and is the “Gateway” to the fine wines of San Luis Obispo. Located less than one mile south of San Luis Obispo Airport on Highway 227. Turn left at Buckley Road signal. Tasting Room hours: 10am-5pm, everyday. Visit Tolosa Winery Website

Bang the Drum Brewery
At Bang The Drum Brewery, we brew craft beer and mead. It is our goal to provide fantastic brews, a great atmopshere, and a unique experience for everyone. Visit Bang the Drum Brewery Website

Baileyana Winery
Nine words. One idea. This sums up the philosophy behind all of our wines. It’s an idea that traces back to our founder, Catharine Niven, and her original vision. Today, that vision continues under the watchful eyes of the second and third generations, along with Burgundian born and educated winemaker, Christian Roguenant. Visit Baileyana Winery Website

Saucelito Canyon
The Saucelito Canyon story begins in 1880, when three acres of Zinfandel vines were planted in the rugged terrain of the upper Arroyo Grande Valley on California’s Central Coast. A new chapter was written a century later, when Bill Greenough painstakingly restored the abandoned old vineyard and began making what has become one of California’s most distinguished Zinfandels. Our story continues today as we merge new methods in sustainable winegrowing with our own family traditions and winemaking style, which we collectively call the "Saucelito Way." Visit Saucelito Canyon Website

Ruby Shoes Wine Club
Ruby Shoes is my attempt to introduce the beautiful wine country that exists in my own backyard to the friends I have met along my journey down the yellow brick road. It’s a club where the only pre-requisites are that you like to explore wine, beautiful scenery, good food, and aren’t a snob. Visit Ruby Shoes Wine Club Website

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