PASO ROBLES

CALIFORNIA

Season 1, Episode 3

Paso Robles still feels like a farm community at heart. If it can be sourced local, it is. Everyone knows each other at the local bar. And the locals are proud of the region, even if it doesn't get the recognition it absolutely should: Paso makes some incredibly undervalued grape juice. Go local on this episode of V is for Vino. 

filmed June, 2017     |     runtime 27 minutes


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from the Paso Robles, California episode

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LOCATIONS

from the Walla Walla Episode


Hearst Castle in Paso Robles

HEARST CASTLE

The glamorous estate built by newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst, this elaborate house on the hill is worth a visit if you're in the area. 

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TABLAS CREEK WINERY

Widely regarded as one of the best producers of Rhône wines in America, no trip to Paso Robles is complete without visiting Tablas Creek. Only a few of their dozens of wines are available in stores, so you'll be able to try a bunch of wines exclusive to the winery if you visit!

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Tablas Creek in Paso Robles

The Hatch in Paso Robles

THE HATCH

Unfortunately, Artisan restaurant closed a year after our visit, so I wanted to give you another favorite spot of mine in Paso Robles. The Hatch Rotisserie & Bar has some of the best fried chicken, a great bar, and a fun vibe. Make sure to try the homemade hot sauce! 

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FRIENDS OF THE ELEPHANT SEALS

Located just 5 minutes from Hearst Castle, these animals are a marvel to watch. They are on the beach most of the year but peak viewing times are January, May, and October. 

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Elephant Seals in Paso Robles

Visit Paso Robles

VINCE'S PICKS

Here are some of my other favorite spots in Paso Robles that we didn't get to show in the episode!

THACHER WINERY
ADELAIDA  VINEYARDS
SANS LIEGE WINERY
J DUSI WINERY
BL BRASSERIE
THOMAS HILL ORGANICS
PINE STREET SALOON
TIN CITY

RECIPES

from the Walla Walla episode


octopus salad recipe
triple bolognese recipe