PASS OF THE OAKS
Paso Robles is the perfect place to sip and savor delicious wines. If you’re looking for a romantic getaway the Paso wineries are a wonderful way to spend time together, exploring the regions picturesque landscape, the Mission San Miguel and local artistry. Many feel that the Paso wines are rivaling Napa Valley. Many of the tasting rooms are also dog friendly. Paso is also known for it’s friendly people, healing thermal hot springs, and the natural mud baths found in the region. This is a town with a lot of history behind it, so history buffs; include a plan to visit Paso Robles in your future. You won’t be disappointed.
By now I think we can all agree that the Central Coast is stunning – rolling hills, endless ocean views, gorgeous valleys reminiscent of the Mediterranean. What better way to experience this beauty than by vacationing IN the most striking parts of it? A quick Google search can show any traveler the list of hotels in the area.
Visiting the Sculpterra Winery & Sculpture Garden in Paso Robles was a fantastic experience. The entry gates were exquisite and ornate iron. Just beyond the gates, grew colorful, lush, ripe grapes that begged to be photographed. As soon as I stepped out of the car, the uniqueness of this place enchanted me.
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In 1986, Dr. Bob Simpson and his wife Janalyn purchased a magnificent 128-acre cattle ranch located in the Santa Lucia Mountain Range in West Paso Robles, just 8 miles from the ocean.