Right in the heart of California’s Central Coast, the Paso Robles American Viticultural Area (AVA) was established in 1983, but vineyards have been planted here as early as 1882. California’s fastest-growing wine region, the Paso AVA, is also the largest with over 41,000 acres planted to vines. Made up of 11 Districts and sub-AVAs, each with unique terroir Paso is one of the most bio-diverse wine regions and why we started Serial here—a series that showcases the region’s abundance of varietals that thrive here and the wide-ranging topography and micro-climates. Serial promises appreciation, understanding, and delicious enjoyment of Paso Robles across each stunning District with single-varietal wines, blends, sub-AVA, and single-vineyard bottlings.

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Adelaida District | Creston District | El Pomar District | Estrella District | Geneseo District | Highlands District | San Juan Creek | San Miguel District | Santa Margarita Ranch | Templeton Gap District | Willow Creek District