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We saw Tolo Cellars on the way to another winery and we had to stop by. We heard they were very friendly, with great wines and they appreciated locals, so win win.
The tasting room is small, with a country garden atmosphere. Feels very welcoming...More
Josh’s wines are fabulous! My husband and I have never been fans of Merlot or cabs, but Tolo changed our minds! One of our new favorites is Ascini, Sangiovese and of course the Zinfandel!
When we think of Paso we think of zinfandels!
We thought this place was the highlight of our visit to the Paso Robles area. It had been recommended to us by a person we talked to on the street downtown. It is so small that it doesn't even appear on some wine maps.
Everyone goes to all the big wineries in Paso so we are always on the hunt for small ones. THere are so many and this one is top notch. They dont have vineyards, just really good winemakers using local grapes. Great little farmhouse tasting room...More
We had so much fun here. Tolo and Kiamie are literally steps apart and both are fantastic hidden gems. Tolo is a small winery with great wines, a super chill environment and the coolest cat... and I'm not much of a cat person. 😜. I...More
First off, we loved Tolo's setting, in an old farm house, and we thought the wines were incredible.
Even better though, was how friendly Josh was. Right off the bat he heated up water so we could warm our 5-month-old's bottle, and we totally dug...More
We visited Greg, the three dogs, one llama and a chubby goat when Sal from CCJTA (Central Coast Jeep Tour Adventures) included a stop on our day's tour. What a great place. Greg is the co-owner and was an excellent host. We loved the rosé...More
Short and Sweet, Tolo was a "just happen to find by accident" places, but happy that we did. The wines are really nice, especially the reds Tolo shares the area with another small places, which we didn't visit. Talk to the people pouring. They have...More