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Paso’s Family-friendly Wineries
Wednesday, July 6, 2016
Make your Paso Robles wine-tasting adventure a family affair at these kid-friendly wineries, where the under-21 crowd can enjoy fun activities while the grown-ups experience the finest local Paso wines.
Castoro Cellars – Into disc golf and great wines? Coloring books, grape juice and corn hole for the kids? Check out Castoro Cellars, where the kids are playfully occupied and you receive a tasting with your round of disc golf (18 holes!).
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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 & Sculpture Garden – Art meets wine at this family-friendly destination! Experience spacious grounds (plenty of room for the kids to run), exquisite gardens, incredible sculptures everywhere you look and with pistachios grown on the premises. Kids go crazy in the winery’s awesome game area called Central Park West. is what we call our awesome gaming area of our tasting room. Chess, bocce ball, foosball and table tennis are all available free of charge and check out the human-size wind chimes.
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Oso Libre – With its sustainable vineyards, winemaking and ranching, this winery welcomes all your loved ones, including your pooch. Along with great tastings, you and your family can take to the trails to visit the winery’s many on-site animals including baby doll sheep and alpacas.
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J. Dusi – Fun and friendly, this family-owned and operated winery 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. Tractors and tree swings will interest the kids as you enjoy relaxing at one of the many picnic tables.
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With so much to see and do as a family, why not extend your stay in Paso? Check out the many family-friendly accommodations for every need and taste.