Kid friendly wineries in Paso Robles
–Uncorked Wine Tours isn’t just for adults, so relax, and enjoy having the family together for a tour of the wineries, breweries, and distilleries located in Paso Robles, California. Many of the wineries in Paso Robles welcome children, with their parents, in the tasting rooms where food is also served. Some may even provide a beverage for them (non-alcoholic of course), a snack, or crayons and paper to keep them entertained.
Sipping and savoring the tasty beverages, between comfortable rides on the Uncorked Wine Tours in Paso Robles with friends and family is fun, and informative. With so much gorgeous outdoor space to discover and enjoy, kids of all ages can delight in all that Paso Robles has to offer. For families looking to discover the beautiful Central Coast, a wine tour to the most kid-friendly wineries that have games and attractions might just be the ticket.
We have compiled a list of the top five kid-friendly wineries to visit during your wine tour of Paso Robles. Give us a call at Uncorked Wine Tours. We’ll pick up you and your family for a fun day of touring these kid-friendly wineries.
Bringing the kids to Castoro Cellars means the little ones can feel included, as they get a tasting of grape juice made from the Zinfandel Grapes. There is a lush picnic area with access to the 30-plus-year-old Cobble Creek zinfandel vineyard, an 18-hole disc golf course, and Hunter, the tasting room cat. This winery usually hosts events and live music, so for more information, please visit the Castoro Cellars website.
Oso Libre is magical a place where winemaking and ranching is everything. This winery welcomes children to see and learn about the many farm animals, and how they sustainably grow their wine. The winery is home to English Babydoll sheep, grass-fed Black Angus and free range chickens, who all work together to tend their vine rows and graze land.
Enjoy the high-end rustic charm of Bianchi Winery, and it’s beautiful location. The winery features a grassy area for children to run and play, a lake with remote control sailboats, and koi pond. Kids can feed the koi, or sit by the fireplace to warm up on a chilly day. Keep an eye out for special events, concerts and more at their website.
Four Sisters Ranch is known for its spectacular views from their unique hilltop perch. Fun for the kids includes lots of room to run and play, bocce ball courts, a horseshoe pit, lawn bowling, ring toss, and lots of snacks and non-alcoholic beverages for sale. This winery is located in San Miguel, just outside of Paso Robles.
Taking a wine tour in Paso Robles may also turn into a quick fishing trip too! Graveyard Vineyards has a manmade pond outside of their the tasting room with a pier. Guests and their children are invited to fish and picnic at the pond. Stay warm by the fire, and feel welcomed by the intimate and personable ambiance. The beautiful wisteria covered pergola, and dock overlooking their pond is picturesquely bordered with weeping willows.