Penman Springs Vineyard

1985 Penman Springs Road
Paso Robles, CA 93446
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Phone 805-237-7959

www.penmansprings.com
penmansprings@gmail.com

With the outstanding wines priced for every day drinking, the warm hospitality and the idyllic setting, it is no wonder Penman Springs draws visitors to their 40 acre property on the eastside of Paso Robles.

Carl and Beth McCasland, Penman Springs owners, know that the quality of the wine in the bottle is dictated by the quality of the grapes. After extensive research, Carl selected the varietals he thought would do well on the property, installed a variety of trellis systems, trained his new vines following the canopy management techniques touted by Dr. Richard Smart in Sunlight into Wine and put in place sustainable farming practices. The 31 acres of well-tended vines surround the rustic, country-style tasting room.

Located just 10 minutes from downtown Paso Robles, Penman Springs is a peaceful destination where guests may enjoy spectacular views of the vineyards and the stunning large oak trees. Inside the tasting room, visitors are welcomed with warm hospitality from knowledgeable staff. Tasting through the line of estate wines takes the pallet from dry white to refreshing rosé and then into the bold reds for which the winery is known. The tasting ends on a sweet note with a little dessert wine.

The Penman Springs experience is like a trip to the country to visit family. There is always a puzzle underway at the table in the corner, the pantry is stocked with local products and lawn games are set-up by the picnic tables. The McCaslands invite you to "Taste the Art" as you sip their wine.


Varieties Grown

Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Muscat Blanc, Petit Verdot, Petite Sirah, Syrah


Additional Information

  • Gift Shop
  • Group tasting available
  • Picnic Area
  • Vineyard Views

Tasting Room Hours

Thursday - Monday 11am-5pm


Wines Produced

  • Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Meritage
  • Merlot
  • Petit Verdot
  • Petite Sirah
  • Port
  • Rosé of Syrah
  • Syrah