Before it was divided into subregions in 2014, Paso Robles was the state’s largest appellation. Its terrain ranges from flatlands and hills to steep mountains. Visitors find plenty to enjoy—thrill rides, tasting rooms, rock ‘n’ roll and vintage aircraft.
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5 Places to Visit in Paso Robles
Get up close and personal with fighter jets and other meticulously restored aircraft, missiles, military vehicles and more. The adjacent Woodland Auto Display shows off racecars.
Recognized as one of the best small venues in the country, this family-friendly outdoor venue packs in great food, wine and beer options. There’s not a bad seat in the house.
Although this olive-oil producer has a shop in town, head to the ranch. There, you can sample dozens of flavored and homegrown extra-virgin olive oils, an ideal tasting diversion from more wine.
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