Along the southern border of the Paso Robles wine country lies Santa Margarita—a charismatic small town steeped in local history.
Located in Historic Santa Margarita
Visit our tasting room to sample our current releases, including our limited-edition Pearl Collection reserve wines. We are conveniently located just one mile from Highway 101 in the heart of San Luis Obispo County.
Walk-ins are welcome for small groups. Reservations are required for groups of eight or more (inquire for pricing details).
The Legacy Tasting is a private guided tasting led by a personal wine educator, featuring five wines paired with cheese and charcuterie. The featured wines focus on our limited-edition Pearl Collection bottlings and library selections.
$35 per person
Offered daily. Come in or call to schedule your elevated experience.
Our ranch and vineyard tour is like no other. We personally guide you out to our estate Margarita Vineyard for an exclusive, hands-on look at growing wine from ground to glass. We then return to the tasting room for a private tasting, where you enjoy our wines with a cheese and charcuterie board from our Café.
$35 per person w/reservation
Wine club members receive one free tour for up to four guests, additional tours are discounted for club members at $25 per person.
Located in the San Luis Obispo CountyPaso Robles Wine Region
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The Historical El Camino Real
Grapes were first grown at Santa Margarita Ranch by Franciscan missionaries in 1780. California’s original El Camino Real, the 600-mile “Mission Trail” connecting the state’s 21 missions, ran right through the ranch. In the 1800s, the ranch was a stagecoach stop for Wells Fargo and other stage lines traveling down El Camino Real. Even today, Santa Margarita maintains the ambiance of a classic Wild West outpost.