The Filippini family history in the Paso Robles area began in the early 1960’s when winery owner, Sylvia Filippini’s, family purchased the property where Le Vigne winery now stands. Hay and cattle were the main commodities until 1982 when the first grapevines were planted. That time was the catalysis for what evolved into the current Paso Robles wine region. Early on Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon were planted to supplement the growing demand of other wine growing regions like Napa and Sonoma. As the vines matured, growers and winemakers began to see real potential for the area with its unique soils, climate and costal influence.Ask Inspirock to suggest an itinerary and make planning a trip to Paso Robles fast, fun, and easy.
The grapes grown on the estate were highly regarded by local producers and always in demand. Recognizing the quality the family began making wine with grapes from the property beginning in 1989. Then built a state of the art winery in 1995 and developed additional vineyards in 1998, expanding the wineries varieties to include; Merlot, Syrah, Sangiovese and Cabernet Franc; in addition to the original plantings of Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay. 2007 saw the planting of a complementary diversification, when 5 acres of Arbiquina olives were planted on the estate; additionally small blocks of Zinfandel, Grenache, Petite Sirah, Malbec and Tannat were planted.
“Le Vigne” comes from Italian, and means, “The Vineyard”. With his Italian heritage winery owner Walter Filippini takes tradition and old world processes very much to heart. Bearing this in mind the most influential part of any wine is the vineyard. The vineyard is where the vines are rooted; where the grapes develop and ripen until harvest. For close to 100 days, the grapes are in the vineyard, developing the story that they will tell, through the wine that is made.
At Le Vigne winery our goal is to create unique and outstanding wines that portray characteristics of the vineyard and vintage that produced them.
Le Vigne Winery reviews
We loved the wine tasting & cheese pairing. Really good quality wine! A very friendly staff, beautiful surroundings. We were so lucky to be able to get a table outside with our doggie. Hope to go.... more »
Truly one of our favorite places to drink wine and eat great food. The cheese selection alone is worth the trip. We have been members for several years and highly recommend that you join too... more »
The best pours in the county. Attentive trading for groups and members. We love it here. They have a Cabernet Franc too!
Great wine! I love that they have cheese and wine pairing. The tasting room manager Jillian was really nice and professional. Great place to visit.
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