Paso Robles Wineries Reopen for Visitors

Comprehensive list of all wineries that are open in Paso Robles

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If you’re wondering which wineries in Paso Robles are open and welcoming back visitors you’re not alone. If you’re like us, you’re ready to enjoy the world-class wineries and wines produced in the Paso Robles region. The good news is that the regional stay-at-home order was lifted on Jan. 25th by  Gov Gavin Newsom. This means that all wineries in Paso Robles are able to reopen for outdoor seatings, however; please read the below precautions to see what’s changed since your last visit. Below is a complete list of which wineries in Paso Robles are open and ready to welcome you back. 

Be advised: All wine tasting rooms and restaurants are only allowed to operate outdoor service.

Here’s what you need to know:  When planing your tasting, be sure to call the winery you plan to visit and make a reservation.  Some wineries are have limited staff and can not accommodate large groups without prior planning.  As you’d expect, all tables will be at least 6 feet away from one another, and you’ll be required to wear a face-mask until your entire party is seated.  Click here to see our Top 10 Tips for visiting a winery during Covid-19 

Below is a list of which wineries in Paso Robles are open and are welcoming back guests. Please take note that some wineries may be closed due to the season, poor weather, or inability to offer outdoor seating.  Always call ahead before planning your visit. 


Wineries in Paso Robles welcome back visitors

Paso Robles wineries and tasting rooms are taking every precaution to ensure the safety of their staff and guests, please be patient with staff as these new guidelines are as new to them as they are to the rest of us. 

Adherence to the guidelines put in place by the state of California and the recommendations of the CDC, we hope that you will feel safe and comfortable visiting the wineries and vineyards in Paso Robles.

If you have concerns or special requests regarding the safety procedures put in place by the wineries in Paso Robles, please reach out to them directly and discuss specifics. Have fun, be safe and enjoy your visit. 

If you’d like to be added to this list, please let us know!

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