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It's Fall in Paso Robles!

Fall means harvest time in Paso Robles. We're famous for our wines, but there are all sorts of fresh fruits, vegetables, and more available this time of year. We've picked some of our favorite farms and vineyards that are sure to please any visitor!
Oso Libre is a vineyard and Cattle ranch dedicated to Sustainability. They grow, bottle, and age their own wine such as 2018 Vino d'Oro Chardonnay, 2015 Rojo del Patron Estate Blend and many others.

Their beef is of exceptional quality, exceeding the requirements for a rating of USDA Prime and is available for purchase in the tasting room.

The tasting room is open 11am to 4pm for groups of up to 6. Bring your family and your furry friends - all are welcome at Oso Libre!

*Make sure to call ahead for reservations

This winery brings a European flair to the Central Coast. It's owners, the Grindleys, are world travelers and celebrated wine makers. The Brecon Estate is more than a winery, it's an architectural masterpiece.

Their vineyards are home to several different types of grapes, including some of the first grape varieties brought to the Central Coast area, allowing Brecon Estate to create truly spectacular wines.

Feel free to schedule a tasting anytime between 11am and 5pm.

*Please note that reservations are required and group sizes from 1 to 6 people are allowed.

Owning a vineyard and making wine was the longtime dream of the Thacher family. In 2006, that dream was finally realized when they bought the historic Kentucky Ranch in the Paso Robles Area.

Thanks to the Thachers' experience brewing and wine making, they create unique, complex wines that vary based on the growing and harvest conditions of any given year. Their small, skilled team is dedicated to bringing out the best flavor of the grapes and producing world-class wines.

They are open for tastings from 11am to 5pm daily. Reservations are encouraged at their outdoor patio, where they hold tastings to make the experience as safe as possible for their guests.

Ecluse is the creation of Steve and Pam lock, longtime grape growers in the Paso Robles area. After years of producing some of the region's best grapes, they started producing their own wine, Ecluse, in 2001.

The Locks believe that great wine starts with great fruit, and have backed up that belief through the creation of award-winning wines. They mainly produce Estate Rhône and Bordeaux Varietals and Blends, as well as Zinfandel, all of which have received various awards.

The Ecluse tasting room at Lock Vineyards is open Thursday through Sunday by appointment only for up to groups of 6 guests.Their tastings happen on a terrace overlooking their vineyard.

*They are very dog-friendly, so feel free to bring your furry friends!

It's October, and that means pumpkins! Chesebrough farms is a local favorite.
They grow gourds of all sizes and shapes just east of Templeton.

Don't miss your opportunity to stop by and check out their unique squash, sweet corn, and fresh onions. There's no better place to find the perfect pumpkin to carve this Halloween! They are open all of October from 10am to 6pm and accommodate field trips and visits from clubs and other organizations.

Don't forget to keep an eye out for their famous scarred pumpkins!

*Please call ahead for reservations

Stop by Jack Creek Farms, a 5th generation family farm and the oldest pumpkin farm in the Central Coast region. They grow all sorts of fruits and vegetables including blackberries, apples, peaches, peppers, onions, and tomatoes, which visitors can pick for themselves.

Starting at the end of September, you can stop by their farm stand and pick out the perfect pumpkin for baking or carving. Jack Creek Farms is a perfect place for the whole family. Kids will love playing in the fort maze, wooden train, and tractor tire garden while sipping on fresh apple cider slushies.

*Social distancing procedures are in place to make you visit as safe as possible.

Planning a fall trip to the Paso Robles area this fall? We'd love to have you stay with us at Creekside!
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