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Visitor Assistance
Visitor Guide
PRICE RANGE KEY

PLACES TO STAY
$= less than $80 per night
$$= $80-$150 per night
$$$= $150-$250 per night
$$$$= $250+ per night

 

WINE & FOOD
$= less than $10
$$= $10-$15
$$$= $15-$20
$$$$= $20+

 

THINGS TO DO
$= Inexpensive
$$= Affordable
$$$= Moderate
$$$$= Luxury

 

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WINERIES & VINEYARDS IN THE CENTRAL COAST

The Central Coast is home to numerous individual appellations. Each of these separate regions boasts its own strengths and personalities but they all share one common trait. Whether you taste wines on the Ventura County Wine Trail, visit the vineyards of the Santa Ynez Valley or Paso Robles and San Luis Obispo, or travel to the tasting rooms in Monterey County, you’ll find relaxed and friendly people eager to help you. Because even as the Central Coast continues to produce better and better wines that rival the world’s best, the region has never lost its unpretentious ways. For information about a particular city, click on the Visitor Assistance links.

California Central Coast Wineries/Vineyards Listings

Unique & Authentic Wine Tours since 1995. Public & Private w/fun wine education.
Open Daily for Wine Tasting and Vineyard Tours by Reservation.
El Colibri Boutique Hotel and Spa is all about comfort and style.
An urban winery in Ventura. Stop in & enjoy Central Coast wines & more!
Specializing in Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Methode Champenoise Sparkling Wines.
Monterey Wine Country™ boasts over 57 tasting rooms, 349 unique vineyards and 82 wineries.
Solvang features an authentic Danish village, windmills and Scandinavian dining.
Carmel Tasting Room, just a block off of Ocean Avenue at San Carlos & 7th is a warm and inviting haven to taste an array of Scheid Vineyards wines.
Discover Silicon Valley's Wine Escape - Wineries of Santa Clara Valley