Tour the Finest San Luis Obispo Wineries
At the Quality Suites San Luis Obispo, you are near some of the finest vineyards and wineries in the world. The San Luis Obispo wine country is your tranquil setting for bike rides through the countryside, and tours and tastings ‘til your hearts delight. And it’s all just a short drive from the hotel. So plan your tour of one or several of these area wineries while you’re here. You’ll be glad you did.
Explore the vineyards and historic downtown dining and shopping unique to Paso Robles Wine Country. Here you’ll find boutique and small family-owned wineries and vineyards offering more than 40 premium wine varieties, from Cabernet Sauvignon to Merlot to Zinfandel, the area’s heritage wine. Taste these award-winning wines or attend a special event, like the Paso BlendFest on the Coast in February, the Wine Festival in May or the Harvest Wine Weekend in October.
This is a local’s favorite. The Edna Valley’s breathtaking views of the Paragon Vineyard and volcanic peaks is matched only by its popular tasting room – consistently rated Best Tasting Room in San Luis Obispo. Get swept away in the natural beauty of The Edna Valley.
Overlooking the Pacific Ocean coastline, Laetitia Vineyard and Winery is known for its seven unique Sparkling Wines, handcrafted Pinot Noir, and Chardonnay. The Tasting Room sits on a hilltop surrounded by Laetitia vineyards with picnic areas, bocce ball courts and a walking trail. Enjoy the day, and enjoy the moment at Laetitia Vineyard and Winery.
An impressive drive through rolling vineyards leads to Meridian Vineyards, quaintly placed atop a small knoll. Herb and flower gardens and comfortable seating placed beneath a giant Chinese Pistachio tree set the mood for your wine tasting experience in the classic tasting room.
The environmentally sustainable practices in growing grapes in Tolosa Vineyards create the area’s most distinctive wines. Located on the coastal hills of San Luis Obispo, the cooling ocean breezes and long growing seasons afforded by the mild California climate have earned these vintners their renowned reputation as "Kings of Sustainability."