Halter Ranch Vineyard

Halter Ranch Vineyard

November 03, 2016

Halter Ranch describe themselves as new winery with a rich history. The estate vineyard is on a beautiful 1,600-acre ranch on Adelaida Road on the west side of Paso Robles, 14 miles from the Pacific Ocean. They have 15 grape varieties, grown in multiple vineyard blocks and are certified for sustainable farming and business practices. The property has historic buildings, a stunning covered bridge that crosses Las Tablas Creek connecting the old property with a state-of-the-art new gravity flow winery, a beautiful new tasting room and wine caves nestled in the center of the estate vineyard.

Halter Ranch Vineyard has joined the WineGuard Route. They now carry branded WineGuard Singles. Stop in to collect their WineGuards today!

Halter Ranch Vineyard
8910 Adelaida Road
Paso Robles, CA 93446
USA

About The WineGuard Route

Branded WineGuards are useful souvenirs to purchase from your favourite wineries. The top rim of each WineGuard is laser etched with a winery brand resulting in a useful keepsake for any wine lover. Each winery will become a drink marker. Collect 4 WineGuards and purchase a stand to make a set for your guests to use. Check back regularly to see which wineries have joined the WineGuard Route.




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