Eberle Winery

It’s Winery Wednesday!

Today’s winery is taking us to the vineyard town of Paso Robles, California

Eberle Winery

Eberle Winery cabernet sauvignon bottleEberle Winery became a favorite wine of mine a few years ago when Handsome and I were just newlyweds.  A longtime friend of Handsome’s had his and his fiancé’s engagement party at his families winery.  It was my first time in the Paso Robles wine country so Handsome and I did some wine tasting along with the engagement party festivities.  Eberle Winery was one of the first wineries we visited.  I fell in love with their Muscat Canelli and even though I have tried many others, their Muscat Canelli is still my favorite.  I love pairing it with cheeses although, it is mostly known as a dessert wine.  There is something about the saltiness of the cheese and crackers paired with a sweet wine…yum!

Eberle Winery in paseo robles entrance to the cave

Eberle Winery wine barrels

On our last visit, we decided to take one of Eberle underground private cave tours.  In 1994 Eberly Winery decided to expand their winery underground, at that time they were the first winery to do this.  There is 16,000 square feet of cave tunnels.

Eberle Winery in Paseo Robles cave dining area There is also dining areas in the cave where the winery hosts private parties for their Cellar Club Members.  How fun would it be to have a party in a cave?

Eberle Winery patio areaThe other wonderful space that Eberle Winery has to host a great party is their outdoor scenic deck.  When Handsome and I were there we enjoyed a glass of wine and a few snacks that we had brought with us (if you call ahead, you can order a gourmet lunch to be ready for you when you arrive).  The deck overlooks 38 acres of vineyards and the Santa Lucia Mountains in the distance.  They also have a bocce ball court for your pleasure.

Make sure when you are in Paso Robles you go visit Eberle Winery and ask for a taste (or a class) of their Muscat Canneli and let me know what you think.

Eberle Winery

3810 Easy Highway 46, Paso Robles, CA 93446



  1. Carol Cassara says:

    I’ve seen the name but don’t know anything about the winery….glad to learn more, thanks! I don’t spend a lot of time in Paso Robles but it’s good to have a place to go to drink good wine!

  2. Cathy Chester says:

    This looks marvelous and I’d definitely put in on my list the next time I go! I remember going with my parents to one winery in The Loire Valley where my dad knew the owner and a table for 4 (my parents and me plus the owner) sat down in the middle of the cave for a wine tasting! Your photos reminded me of that. It was one of the (many) benefits of being the last child when your sibs are away at college – you get to travel alone with your parents! Sigh.

  3. Michelle says:

    I am not much of a wine drinker, I like it, but it really gives me a headache every time I drink it.

    Looking at these pictures, though? Holy crap, I want to drink ALL THE WINE. The tables in the wine cave…amazing. I LOVE places like that..dark and secret..

  4. Lisa @ Grandma's Briefs says:

    Now THAT is a cave I’d be happy to get lost in. Your winery tours are so fun. Thank you for sharing them. Now, with all your wining experience, I’d love to hear what wines you’d recommend (red and white, not too expensive) as I’m a newbie at wine. This former 7&7 drinker only recently learned to appreciate the virtues of vino. Do dish!

  5. Kris says:

    A few years ago I was heading to Big Sur to go camping with some friends. We stopped in Paseo Robles for lunch, and I remember not wanting to leave. They were having a festival in the park, and I’m sure it involved wine. It was gorgeous!

  6. Ruth Curran says:

    We just went to Paso Robles for a day and completely missed this one! I will add it to my list when we go back! I am more and more convinced that wine drinking is as much about the memory and the moment as the actual wine…most of the time anyway! Thanks for sharing!

  7. Elin Stebbins Waldal says:

    That cave looks amazing! Your timing is superb too because our middle son just started school at Cal Poly SLO and we are eager to visit a few of the wineries there. Winery Wednesday indeed, I will be checking back to learn more, thanks!

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