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Paso’s Family-friendly Wineries
Monday, April 23, 2018
Don’t cut wine tasting out of your Paso plans just because you have the kids. In Paso Robles, wine tasting is a family affair. Check out these kid-tested and mom-approved wineries where the under-21 crowd can enjoy fun activities while the grown-ups experience the finest local Paso wines.
Castoro Cellars – Do you have young toddlers that love to do whatever Mom does? Let them sit next to you in the tasting room as the attendant pours you a glass of pinot and your little one a cup of grape juice. Older teenagers tagging along? Let them start a corn hole or disc golf tournament in the outdoor patio. Check out Castoro Cellars, where the kids are playfully occupied and you receive a tasting with your round of disc golf (18 holes!).
Le Vigne Winery – Bring the whole family – including canine members – to this winery. Kids can hang out in the wonderful grassy area with benches and tables or explore the old-fashioned rail cars on property.
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Sculpterra Winery – Art meets wine at this family-friendly destination! Let the kids explore the awesome game area, Central Park West. Chess, bocce ball, foosball and table tennis are all available free of charge and check out the human-size wind chimes. There are exquisite gardens, incredible sculptures everywhere you look and pistachios grown on the premises.
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Tooth & Nail Winery – Satisfy your inner child, and your actual children, and go wine tasting in a castle. Tooth & Nail Winery is the perfect place to let your kids roam and explore the castle setting. They take the royal atmosphere to the next level with the moat outside! Get ready to storm the castle and make sure this winery is on your check list for your next Paso visit.
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J. Dusi – There is no better place to bring your family to wine taste than a family-owned and run winery. J. Dusi is a laid-back destination where you might even get to sample homemade nuts and cookies along with your tastings. Kids and dogs are welcome, and you can take a stab at a game of horseshoes or corn hole. Let your kids experience the beautiful Paso weather and play outdoors on the tractors and tree swings.
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Looking for more family-friendly activities? Check out our family itinerary for a weekend packed with Paso fun.