Pipestone Vineyards and Winery's fruit is Estate Grown on the Westside of Paso Robles, overlooking the Templeton Gap which brings cooling evening ocean breezes to sunny terraced hillsides. Shallow, rocky, calcareous soil, combined with our microclimate, produces wines of intense flavor and aroma.Put Pipestone Vineyards on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Paso Robles trip itinerary maker app.
Combining Eastern and Western traditions, Jeff Pipes and Florence Wong strive to manage Pipestone Vineyards sustainably and organically.
Pipestone Vineyards may be the only vineyard and winery in California managed and built according to the traditional Chinese principals of feng shui (wind and water). Eastern and Western philosophies come together in our understanding of how each decision one makes regarding the land has an effect on many other natural systems.
Our wine making follows a traditional European model that strives to show the terroir of our vineyard, showing the best wines that our soil, climate, exposure, and location can produce.
Our vineyard is farmed with our team of Draft Horses! We are solar powered, a Certified Wildlife Habitat and have a zero landfill program.
Pipestone Vineyards reviews
They gave it all they had but the realities of the business, when you are a small mom and pop operation, must have caught up with them. They sold the small farm, to another winemaker thankfully, but..... more »
I learned about Pipestone from the dinner menu at La Mixtura restaurant in Paso. Their syrah was listed and I loved it. This place is way up in the hills in Paso on the west side of the freeway... more »
Nice mom and pop winery. Committed to solar power. Not our cup of tea (or glass of wine) but others seems to be really enjoying it.
Incredibly tasty Rhône-style wines, organically farmed by wonderful people. What more could you ask for? It was serendipity and our great fortune that a tasting room gal at Turnley recommended Pipestone to us several years back. We have enthusiastically carried their wines in our Berkeley restaurant ever since which pair so well with our Mediterranean cuisine.
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