San Antonio Winery, Paso Robles

4.5
#29 of 101 in Wineries in Paso Robles
Winery / Vineyard · Hidden Gem · Food & Drink
San Antonio Winery was founded in 1917 in Los Angeles by Santo Cambianica. The winery was passed down to his nephew Stefano Riboli and his nephew's wife Maddalena. The winery survived Prohibition by producing sacramental wines and eventually became a historical landmark. The Ribolis opened up an additional tasting room in Ontario before opening up their Paso Robles location.

Now run by the third and fourth generations of The Riboli Family, San Antonio Winery continues to thrive.

Visitors are invited to sample and shop the winery's 12+ brands of award-winning fine wines. The family's wines all come from California's most prestigious wine-growing regions (Napa Valley, Monterey, and Paso Robles). Some brands are also imported from Italy.

Visitors can also enjoy a bite of food from the bistro and shop gifts and trinkets in the gift boutique.
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  • This is the winery to go to, to taste all of the Stella Rosa wines, $5 for 5 wines. We love Stella and their different wines and on a hot day, just serve the wines as cold as you can get them...  more »
  • We had a fantastic wine tasting experience with Gerrie at San Antonio, but the Italian cuisine was also on point...good times.. I came in here kinda buzzed from a previous tasting so I can't recall.....  more »
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  • The store had such great unique items for sale. Wesley was a great server when the wine tasting started and was a Great conversationalist. He also gave time for our group to mingle amongst ourselves. Great atmosphere and experience.
  • If you're there for wine tasting, it's all good. But if you're there for the food just know that it's very self-service. This is a place that focuses on wine tasting and not on the food. you order at the counter they bring the food to you but we had to find our own napkins and silverware and nobody came back to check on us and nobody brought the bill we had to go inside and ask for the bill. There was basically no service. This is not a place I would recommend to just go have a nice lunch because it's too self service and the atmosphere is all about wine. They're focusing on the wine-tasting traveler not on the locals.

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