Eberle Winery

Eberle Winery, Paso Robles: Hours, Address, Eberle Winery Reviews: 4.5/5

Eberle Winery
4.5
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10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Monday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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Eberle Winery is a family-owned producer and marketer of premium wines, representing the Eberle Estate, single varieties and designated vineyards. Eberle wines have showcased the history and diverse flavors of the Paso Robles Appellation since 1979. Gary launched his career as a winemaker and as the “Pioneer” of Paso Robles Wine Region by helping to establish his family's Estrella River Winery & Vineyards. In the late 70’s, he decided to pursue his own project and acquired nearly 64 acres just down the road from Estrella River Winery. Shortly thereafter, Gary released his first Eberle wine, the 1979 Cabernet Sauvignon debuting the iconic boar logo, depicting the German origin of the name Eberle, meaning “small boar.” Reservations are now required to visit and can be made online or by calling us. We have changed up a few things so that we can provide a welcoming and safe environment for wine tasting and bottle service. Please let us know if you have any questions.
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Footsteps2Somewhere
Laguna Hills, CA50 contributions
The outdoor tasting area has a great view. Reservations and masks are required due to COVID19. When we were there they cleared out the folks that had the reservation time prior to ours and sat everybody in our reservation time slot at the same time. I would recommend showing up on time so you aren't rushed. The reservation requires a $10 per person tasting fee but that is applied to a wine purchase.
Written November 19, 2020
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Annie_Chewinsky
Los Angeles, CA10 contributions
A couple of friends and I visited Paso Robles this week, and I was tasked to pick the wineries to visit. Eberle Winery stood out because besides offering a wine tasting, Eberle also does an operations and cave tour. It was very educational and something extra that added to our winery visit. During the tour, we were shown the machinery and equipment used to process harvested grapes into pulp and juice, and then we visited the underground tunnels and caves where wine is stored and aged. After the fairly short tour, we sat in the outdoor patio to sample wine. The tour guide and pourer were very friendly and informative. The tour and wine tasting were free, though there is a processing fee ($10 total no matter how many people are in your party) when you make your online reservation. Overall, we didn’t love the wines that we tasted, but we liked a couple of them enough to purchase a few bottles. In summary, Eberle is worth a visit. Even if you don’t end up liking the wine, the tour itself is worth it.
Written October 7, 2021
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Go97582
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Couples
We went to Eberle twice on our recent trip to Paso (once for a tasting & once for glasses on their patio). Both times we had outstanding service. The second time was a Saturday…even without reservations we were able to get a spot on their overflow patio for glasses complete with live music! Eberle is one of the rare places in Paso that still has free tastings. Their wine is excellent & shouldn’t be missed!
Written April 16, 2022
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theshoeguy
Campbell, CA17 contributions
We had the Deck Tasting that started with the Cellar Tour. The tour of the facility was interesting. We did go into enclosed areas (including one that said "poorly ventilated, authorized personnel only" with most people in the party of 30 not wearing masks. I hope no one caught COVID-19! If you are in a vulnerable population you may want to avoid this winery as the concierges and people in the tasting room did not seem to be wearing masks nor social distancing. I enjoyed the wines and our server brought me a special Zinfandel when she found out that it was my favorite varietal. There was nice view from our outside deck of their vineyard and the area of Paso Robles east of Highway 101.
Written November 25, 2021
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Mzdsny
Seattle, WA281 contributions
Highly recommend visiting this winery!
We visited on a cool rainy day and since sitting outside was not an option, they had opened up the wine making room for seated tastings. Our server, Kirk, was a delight. He not only educated us on Eberle wines, but entertained us with some jokes. The wines here were very tasty. We particularly liked the Full Boar Red - especially for the price. The Zin & Cab were quite nice also. Worth a stop while visiting Paso Robles!
Written April 5, 2021
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Val D
Westlake Village, CA213 contributions
Eberle was the last stop on a several day wine tasting trip through Paso Robles. The grounds are beautiful, they have a great outdoor patio for tasting. Briana took care of us, and gave us a good education about the winery and the wines. We took the short tour of the barrel rooms, which was a new experience for some in our group. We particularly liked the 2020 Estate Viognier and the Full Boar Red blend -- Cabernet based with Barbera, Grenache, Petite Sirah and Zinfandel...a nice easy drinker. Wine prices are very reasonable at Eberle compared with most Paso wineries.
Written November 3, 2021
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Kent M
Seattle, Washington, United States118 contributions
Friends
Eberle Winery went out of their way to make sure we had a memorable experience at their Tasting Room. We had the opportunity to sit next to their founder Gary Eberle who shared the history and philosophy of the winery.
All of the wines we tasted were outstanding, and well priced within the market place.
Written July 20, 2022
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AAvick
61 contributions
Friends
Our second stop in town and we spent the rest of the afternoon there. At first when we entered it was so busy it didn't feel overly welcoming. We wandered out to the deck to get out of the crowd and accidentally ended up on the cave tour, it was interesting and entertaining! The rest of our experience fell into place. It was an enjoyable and relaxing afternoon on the deck. After our tasting we bought a bottle of red and some snacks from the cooler, we were the last to leave.
Written March 1, 2020
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R P
Chicago, IL9 contributions
We have been members of the Eberle wine club for several years and we live out of state. So when we visited Paso Robles we were excited to finally get to visit Eberle as wine club members. We are on many mailing lists and wine clubs in California, so we were expecting somewhat better reception and treatment than someone just there for a tasting. That didn’t happen.
We visited on a Monday. So it wasn’t that busy and that is not an excuse for what happened. We were seated on the huge deck with great views. Maybe half the deck had people seated. We waited for a while and nobody came to talk with us. Ok, as I said, it was a nice view. Finally someone came and showed us the tasting menu for the day and put down the first two glasses and gave us a brief introduction the that wine. This happened through the tasting menu and honestly the wines were only mediocre. At this point I expected someone to show up with an additional special wine or two for wine club members. But that was it. So we left. A totally uninspiring, uneventful visit. There are over 250 wineries in the Paso area and I am sure we could find at least 50 or 100 where the experience would be much better. Oh, and we will be quitting their wine club.
Written May 20, 2021
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Celina R
Santa Clarita, CA17 contributions
Friends
Our first stop on our weekend getaway! And it was worth it. We tried their Chardonnay to start it was perfect and fresh for the warm day. The hostess was quirky and super nice she really liked my friend’s skin and asked her what she used. She took care of my sister who is allergic to the red wines they give her migraines and made sure to keep her glad full of voignier which was also delicious. Their reds weren’t my favorite but I also don’t have a taste for them. They have a beautiful out door patio, however we didn’t have a reservation for that part. We stayed cool indoors, their owner also kept two large black poodles and they were extremely friendly and wandered about making their rounds. The winery is has pretty views and if you want a quieter spot they have their knoll which is off to the side where you can enjoy the outside and have a one of their meat and cheese boxes. Perfectly priced and enjoyable spot! Worth it! Also requires a reservation btw!
Written October 6, 2021
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