All around San Luis Obispo County wine lovers can feel the excitement in the air as Harvest celebrations begin to crop up around the county. The tradition of Harvest has always been about celebrating the end of the growing season, but in Paso Robles Wine Country, locals and tourists wait in anticipation to visit the wineries and tasting rooms, meet the wine makers, and share the fruits of their labor. The Wine Wrangler offers a variety of wine tasting tours so you can partake in all of the festivities without having to worry about a single thing.
If you’ve never celebrated Harvest in Paso Robles Wine Country before, then you’re in for a real treat. Choose from over 140 Harvest weekend events hosted by local wineries over the course of the weekend. You’ll have a chance to participate in everything from a tour of the winemaking facilities, wine maker dinners, music, art, food, wine pairings—even grape stomping!
We can help tailor a wine tour to your specific needs and wants, whether you’re looking for a festive, social good time, or a more relaxed and quiet experience sipping wine and enjoying the scenic views. Here are a few of our tours that you can choose from:
½ Day Wine Tasting Adventure Tour: On this tour, you’ll visit 3-4 wineries with one of our personable and knowledgeable guides. Many wineries will waive the tasting fees with the purchase of wine. This tour is available Sunday through Friday.
Level 1 Introduction to Great Paso Robles Wines Tour: This tour is the perfect introduction to Paso Robles Wine Country and the perfect opportunity to stock your wine cellar. Available daily, you’ll enjoy visiting 4 wineries over the course of approximately 4 hours. Tasting fees are waived. Our drivers will stop so you can enjoy lunch on your own, or if you’d like, we can provide a picnic lunch for you for an additional fee.
Level 2 Wine Wrangler Adventure Tour: This tour is not only our most popular, but our most social, as well. You’ll tour with other guests and enjoy tasting at 4-6 wineries while learning a little more about our area. The tour usually lasts about 5 hours and includes a picnic lunch.
In Paso Robles Wine Country, Harvest Weekend only comes once a year, so don’t miss out on the opportunity to help celebrate another successful year of winemaking in the region.