Back when the Central Coast was just getting on the map, Castoro Cellars was finding petrified whale bones under their soil, proving its value for growing grapes. If this area was once covered by ocean, imagine the nutrients it has.
In the last 30 years, they have become known for Zinfandel wine grown organically while most of their neighbors have begun producing Rhone wines. Situated right across Highway 46 West from Paso Robles, their vineyards still benefit from the hot summer days and cool breezes at night rolling through the Templeton Gap. Stop in while you’re traveling through the Central Coast to get a taste of their history.