Huge fan of their wines. The reserve cabernet and isosceles is rediculiously good. On the next trip we will try the restaurant.
Out of the 4 wineries we went to that day we were the most excited about Eberle (cave tour). Unfortunately, it was the worst one. Staff, included manager, were unprofessional. There was an incident and the employee was not held accountable to his actions. The manager actually took his side because "they are like family there". Then tried to bribe with a "$40 complementary bottle of wine". Other people from the tour, who we did not know were also very upset and said they wouldn't return. Completely ruined our day. Will never go back to this place again.
Great wine, friendly service and beautiful location. Wine is a bit pricey but worth it.
I did a tour of Paso Robles wineries and stopped in at Falcon Nest Vineyard & Winery to have lunch and do some wine tasting. The food was delicious. My friend and I had the blue cheese and caramelized onion pizza and the pepperoni pizza. While I loved the blue cheese pizza, I recommend it for dinner and not lunch because it was heavy on the stomach. I absolutely loved the couple that runs the place. She had a very sweet and warm personality and was a kind host. He cooked our delicious food for us. Outside the winery was a peacock, quail, and chickens running around. Overall a nice visit, great food and service and enjoyable wines. I look forward to visiting the Falcon Nest Winery again next time I'm in Paso Robles.
One of my worst t expierences i had this year 2008. Was at a winery is at Sto;; Waters Vineyard! Last year we came down it was great. Everyone there was very helpful and nice. So this year , we had a huge crowd and we were treated like Peasants. First of all it's 's a festival, so wine tasting are not mandatory. So not all of our party was going to do the tasting, because some us had to drive back down the mountain. The best asset is winery had was picnic tables. on green grass. So my party was set to eat lunch there and some our party were going to tastings. My mother had paid for a tasting as was in the process of walking around the grounds. She thought the wine glass was included in the tasting, But she found it WASN'T BECAUSE THE LADY OF THE ESTABLISH MENT, FORCEFULLY TOOK THE WINE GLASS OUT OF HER HAND. SHE WASN'T EVEN FINISHED WITH ALL HER TASTINGS. HOW RUDE IS THAT. so then my aunt had went inside and check out what they had. She had a glass from another winery that happen to have some wine in it. THE OWNER HAD FOLLOWED HER OUTSIDE TO HER CAR AND ONCE SHE SAT DOWN IN THE SEAT , HE REACHED IN A GRABBED THE GLASS, STATING THE GLASSES ARE NOT FOR SALE. SHE STILL HAD THE IN HAND AND TOLD HIM ' THIS IS NOT YOUR GLASS" AND READ OFF THE OTHER WINERY. THAT RIGHT IS UN CALLED HER. THEN I COME INTO THE WINERY TO USE THE RESTROOM. SHE CAME UP TO ME AND WAS TELLING ME WHAT JUST HAPPENED. AND JUST WHEN I SAID, WHO DID THIS TO YOU. THE GUY CAME OUT IN THE HALLWAY AND SAID I WAS THE ONE WHO DID IT. I MEAN , THAT IS SOOOO RUDE TO BUT INTO A CONVERSATION , WHEN HE WASN'T EVEN INVITED TO DO SO. HE SAID HE WAS THE OWNER OF THE WINERY AND HE WAS HAVING A BAD DAY. DOES THAT JUSTIFY WHAT HE DID , HELL NO. DESPITE HOW BEAUTIFUL THIS WINERY IS , DO NOT GO THERE BECAUSE YOU WILL HAVE A HORRIBLE SERVICE IF THE OWNER IS HAVING A BAD DAY. AND IT LOCATED IN THE BOONIES. SO PREPARE TO DRIVE FAR.
One of my best expierences at a winery is at Peachy Canyon. First last year I came down it was great. Everyone there was very helpful and nice. So this year , we had a huge crowd and we were treated like kings and Queens . The cost was reasonable 10.00 for tastings, free glass, and food. The Food was awesome , the cooks who cooked the PAIA were very friendly and the wine servers who knowlegable. Also we had received a free pair of sunglasses. Ryan was one of the wine servers outside. He was very knowlegable on his wines. My girlfriend and I had a great expierence with Peachy Canyon. I can't wait to come next year.