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We visited Red Soles in a torrential downpour, and we had a blast. The customer service was excellent, and the wines were delicious. Their branding is spot on--I wish I would have purchased the wine glasses. The bar provides a spectacular view of the vineyards...More
After Red Soles were renovated, they opened up the wall facing the vineyard to extend the bar out. Now they can serve you wine no matter whether you stay in the artistic tasting room or stay outside at the beautiful picnic area! It's definitely more...More
They were redoing the inside when we visited, so we sat outside surround by vineyards and a huge, beautiful oak tree. The breeze from the coast was rolling in and I wanted to stay forever. Great wines and they make their own spirits too. A...More
What a gem! Very good wines at a reasonable price. The owners, Randy and Cheryl, are usually in the tasting room on the weekend, and they are fun, friendly, and obviously knowledgeable of their wines too. The rest of the the tasting room staff is...More
We detoured to this wine region on our drive up Highway 1. We had never done a wine tasting before but wanted to on our trip. We arrived mid-afternoon and were pleased to be the only customers. The grounds were beautiful. The server was very...More
We may have just hit it at the right time, but the winery was not crowded like many in the area. They had some nice wines especially some of their dessert wines. Cute theme since everything is based on shoes.
Four of us were on tour with an SUV and driver enjoying a few of our favorite Paso Robles west side wineries, and after our driver got familiar with our favorites suggested adding a fifth stop (one more than our usual four stop limit, but...More
Red Soles is one of those wineries that make you so happy to be in wine country and make you vow to return. The tasting room is large enough to feel comfortable but small enough to get that special attention only available in smaller wineries....More