This year, 2018, marks 30 years for Peachy Canyon Winery. That is absolutely incredible. This is another Paso Robles winery that we had not visited for a long time but we recently made it back with our friend Lisa after a delicious Sunday brunch at La Cosecha (just thought I’d throw that info in for the heck of it). We need to load up on brunch goodies in order do wine taste properly.
They’ve got a decent sized tasting room and a large outdoor area. Great for kids…and I only mention that because we had Sammy with us. We played soccer and ran around the grassy area behind the tasting room. It really is a beautiful property surrounded by vineyards.
Here’s what we tasted:
2017 Concrete Blanc Viognier $32.00
2016 Chardonnay $32.00
2017 Rose (91 points & editor’s choice – Wine Enthusiast) $24.00
2015 Para Siempre (red wine) $55.00
2015 DeVine Cabernet $45.00
2015 Vortex Zinfandel (91 points – Wine Enthusiast) $38.00
2015 Cabernet Syrah $30.00
2016 Westside Zinfandel (90 points – Wine Enthusiast) $26.00
The wines were quite nice and we enjoyed the wide options of wines on the list. I’d say the Viognier, Rose, DeVine Cab, and Cab Syrah were the ones we leaned toward but again, solid list for sure. The customer service was great, the wines were very nice, and the property is a great one for hanging out and picnics. In addition to all of that, Peachy Canyon has an amazing history in Paso wine country. Learn more about that here…