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The crown of San Luis Obispo County is Hearst Castle, the grand 165-room estate built by newspaper mogul William Randolph Hearst in 1919. A popular wine region, San Luis Obispo continues to garner accolades and press, particularly for its Rhône blends, heritage Zinfandels, Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays. Visit →
San Luis Obispo County
Winegrowing since the
Cool Coastal valleys and inland hills tempered by
Maritime Breezes
Town of San Luis Obispo named the
“Happiest place on earth”
Count it be the wine?
Home to
Paso Robles
California’s fastest-growing wine region

San Luis Obispo County Wineries

26 wineries