A view like this can only be found at Stilson Cellars. We are a boutique family winery located in the Geneseo District of Paso Robles, California. We’re passionate about our vineyard and our wines and once you try them, you will be too.
Downtown Paso Robles
1005 Railroad Street, Suite 2
Thursdays 1:00 to 6:00pm
Fridays 1:00 to 8:00pm
Saturdays: 1:00pm to 8:00pm
Sundays: 1:00pm to 6:00pm
Chulos offers an extensive menu, featuring American cuisine with a Latino touch, not to mention a wide selection of artfully created coffee beverages. The sophisticated dining experience includes Nouveau-Latin dishes and handcrafted cocktails. Truly a hidden gem. 335 Posada Lane chuloscafecantina.com, (805) 434-3044
Are you a photographer looking to explore the area, get a variety of shots and learn more about your camera while having a blast in a no pressure environment? Come take a ride with The Photo Bloke! Customized experiences available for you. Thephotobloke.com, (415) 308-4544
An incredible selection of organic cotton and bamboo clothing, toys and gifts for newborn to toddler age. Carefully selected books, locally made plush animals and lots of whimsy from many European countries create eye candy from the moment you step inside. 815 12th St., (805) 296-3833
A beautifully curated boutique with exceptional clothing for all ages where recognizable brands hang with European lines. The owner only buys in small quantities and makes sure she knows all of her customers and what they favor so shopping is a breeze! 815 12th St.
bijouonthepark.com, (805) 296-3833
Great food and atmosphere. Come on in and feel right at home at Paso Soulfood Grill. Open Thurs.-Sun.
1 p.m. -8 p.m., 1401 Park St., Pasogrill.com, (805) 286-4636
Founded in 2003, Line Shack Winery was the realization of over two decades of Balentine family winemaking experience. With this venture, owner/winemaker team Bob and Daphne Balentine set out to produce affordable, world-class wines from California’s Central Coast, particularly from the new San Antonio Valley AVA in Southern Monterey County. The San Antonio Valley is the site of California’s second mission, Mission San Antonio, where some of the first wine grapes were ever planted in California. This region provides warm days followed by cool nights, enabling fruit to achieve extended hang time and maximize its true varietal characteristics.
Our vineyards are located in the San Antonio Valley, a 1200 foot high Mountain Valley in the heart of the Santa Lucia mountain range and several miles inland from the Pacific Ocean on the Central Coast of California. The region is quickly becoming renowned for the excellent warm-climate Bourdeaux and Rhone grape varieties. The wines produced are intensely flavored, full-bodied reds and whites of exceptional character.
To round out our portfolio, we source small amounts of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay fruit from the cooler Santa Lucia Highlands, also located in Monterey County. All of our wines are made in an approachable style that is both respectful to the varietal and representative of the California South Coast terroir. As Monterey County natives, we are proud to showcase wines from this beautiful region! We look forward to sharing our family tradition with you and yours!
He is a confident and well experienced Realtor helping clients get top dollar for their listing and teaching buyers how to create the winning offer. He even covers the cost of photography and staging! 444 Higera St., gabedavisre.com, (805) 316-1108
East Coast flavor on the Central Coast! In addition to 18” hot and cold sandwiches, they have salads, pickles, chips, homemade cookies, and drinks, including beer and wine. Enjoy on their dog-friendly patio or take your Grinder on adventures. 1901 Broad St, SLO, giantgrinderslo.com, (805) 543–6700
Seductive, seaside chic with a splash of offbeat sets the tone for the Moonstone Beach lifestyle. Cozy sweaters, books and local artists. 6100 Moonstone Beach Dr., Cambria, ebbandflowoceanfront.com, (805) 203-5538
Demeter Family Cellars is a family owned micro winery producing small lots of award winning wines. Listen to music you choose from their collection of over 500 vinyl records. James and Diane will make your visit memorable in their mid-century modern tasting room. 6990 Kingsbury Rd., Templeton, demeterfamilycellars.com, (805) 712-0002
Award-winning clam chowder, best tri-tip sandwiches in SLO County, BBQ Buffalo Clams. Dine inside or on the patio. 1 block from the ocean. 209 Pomeroy, Downtown Pismo Beach, (805) 773-6165
Jana focuses her time and energy on home, ranch and luxury properties. Her experiences, upbeat personality and organizational skills are an asset to you, whether buying or selling your home! Jana Lynn Kaba, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, Hallmark Realty, DRE#02046337, 800 11th St., Paso Robles, email@example.com, jkaba.bhhshallmarkrealty.com,
TASTING ROOM HOURS:
Thursday – Monday 11:00am-5:00pm
Tuesday – Wednesday Closed
Shale Oak was built by a highly-esteemed team dedicated to sustainability, eco-friendly principals, and environmental preservation.
From Gold LEEDS Certified Architecture to SIP Certified Wines, Shale Oak is truly a unique place among Paso Robles Wineries. We also think our Wine Club Members are pretty special, too.
Kim understands the appeal and beauty of SLO County. Her experience and involvement in the community has launched her on becoming a Real Estate agent. She hopes to use her knowledge of the Central Coast and her networking expertise to assist You in finding Your forever homes. 441 Marsh St., kimboege.com/realestate, (805) 234-4105
Shop online for the fashionista in you. Affordable and fun, come shop for a friend, family, or spoil yourself. Be the girl who just went for it! Stylish.closetcandyboutique.com, Call For a personal shopping stylist: (805) 464-1058
Tasting Room Hours: Friday, Saturday & Sunday 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Seven Angels Cellars is a family owned, boutique winery located in Templeton, CA. We began making wine in 2009 with a small production of Petite Sirah. Since then we have increased production to around 3000 cases per year. Greg Martin is the owner/winemaker and Pamela Martin is the other owner and handles social media, food pairings, wine club and club events and the website. The story behind the name came from our passion for family. We have seven children in our blended family, our 7 angels.
We both grew up loving wine. Greg grew up in a rural area of California with neighbors who grew wine grapes. He spent a lot of time learning about the entire process from the vine to the bottle from his patient neighbor. He continued his interest in wine as a US Coast Guard when he was stationed in the bay area and had easy access to the multitude of wineries in Sonoma and Napa. Pamela comes from a family of foodies and wine enthusiasts. She took courses in college in winemaking and learned the biology aspect of wine. She worked in catering and on TV as a home economist for a cooking show. Pairing food and wine to create an interesting and delightful balance in a meal has become an obsession for her.
We married in 2008 and started making wine the following year. We specialize in Rhone blends as well as single varietals. Greg has his eyes, hands in every aspect of the process from the field to the bottle. Pamela has the palate and the nose and is instrumental in the blending.
We participate in many non-profit and charity events as our way of giving back. We are involved with Precious Life Shelter in Los Alamitos, a shelter for homeless pregnant women and Goals for Life, and NFL program for troubled youth. We are the official wine sponsor for the Congressional Cup held annually at the Long Beach Yacht Club. We also sponsor the Wooden Boat Festival in Newport Beach each year.
Many of our wines have been recognized by Wine Enthusiast with ratings in the 90’s. We’ve also received numerous gold medals at California and International wine competitions. This year we were awarded a gold medal from the mid-state fair for our 2015 Pinot Noir and a gold medal from the Orange County Wine Competition for our 2015 Tempranillo.
We believe in the “less is best” approach to winemaking. Less manipulation and more natural methods of making our wine. Greg likes to play with using different kinds of oak in our barrel program. Our wines are food friendly, approachable in both flavor and price point. We’d love to share with you more about our methodology, including, why we keep our price point where it is and how we see Seven Angels integrated on an evolved, noteworthy, wine list.