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The tasting room has their own selection of wine which are well chosen from more eccentric and artisan producers. The person pouring is very knowledgeable and the offerings have some gem with good QPR to be checked out. We had fun time and learned a...More
I guess it's a personality thing. It was the best tasting room we tried. The wines were excellent and there was little pressure to buy (no guilt trips). It seems that Chris, the owner's, personality is the thing -- yah either love the guy or...More
This guy is the worst. . Avoid like the plague and head on out to Demetria. Also he informed us after the fact that he doesn't take credit cards if you only do the tasting and don't buy bottles (and we certainly weren't buying bottles...More
We have been Los Olivos many times. We actually spent August there but it was 2014.
The disappointing thing about Los Olivos is that we went because of the numerous art galleries. We always went in August because it was our anniversary. The first time...More
My husband and I were on a road trip back from San Diego to our home in Paso Robles. To break up the trip we thought of stopping in our favorite little wine town of Los Olivos. So many great tasting rooms and restaurants. It...More
The owner usually has good Pinot Noir for tasting. Never remembers us despite being there numerous times. I liked the Center of Effort Pinot Noir for $42. Tasting fee was $10. He tried to sell us a cheaper Alma Rosa for $7 more than the...More