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San Antonio Winery

2610 Buena Vista Dr, Paso Robles, CA 93446-8562
+1 805-226-2600
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Unfriendly manager

We just left the winery during our annual weekend jaunt to attend the Eberle Black Tie dinner. Our... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Frazier Park, California
via mobile

The staff are super friendly and accommodating. Food didn't take long and have a big list of wine... read more

Reviewed 6 September 2017
Bakersfield, California
via mobile
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Since 1917, the historical San Antonio Winery has been the heart of wine making and wine culture in Los Angeles. It is the last producing winery in Los Angeles and continues to hand craft wines from estate vineyards in Napa Valley, Monterey, Paso Robles, and many viticultural areas throughout California. As the last of more than 100 wineries which once spread throughout Los Angeles, San Antonio produces countless award winning wines and is one of the last wineries owned and operated for four generations by the family who founded it.The Riboli Family traces its wine producing roots to Lombardia, Italy, where founder Santo Cambianica learned to make simple table wines for his family and friends. Once he immigrated to the US, Santo established himself and his new winery in Lincoln Heights, which at that time was the home to many first-generation Italian immigrants. With hard work, determination, and good faith, Santo’s business survived the Prohibition Act by producing sacramental wines for churches and local parishes of Los Angeles County. Nearly every winery in Los Angeles failed during that time, resulting in an explosion of fresh opportunity for Santo. As the wine industry of California moved from Southern to Central and Northern California in the mid 1900’s, Santo and his nephew Stefano Riboli had no intention of leaving their new home in LA. Without this decision, an integral part of LA’s cultural renaissance would have been lost. While Santo and Stefano lived and developed their business in Los Angeles, they kept their focus on the burgeoning wine regions in the North and over time acquired vineyard properties in some of the most prestigious areas. This relationship between growing in the North and producing in the South is a true source of pride for the Winery and the Riboli Family.
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  • Very good23%
  • Average8%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible1%
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2610 Buena Vista Dr, Paso Robles, CA 93446-8562

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We just left the winery during our annual weekend jaunt to attend the Eberle Black Tie dinner. Our server for our tasting, Wesley, was wonderful. But as we checked out and paid for our purchases, we couldn’t help but notice a very unfriendly blonde woman...More

Thank LA_Native
Reviewed 6 September 2017 via mobile

The staff are super friendly and accommodating. Food didn't take long and have a big list of wine to do your wine tasting of choice! Excellent shopping too.

Thank 954jme
Reviewed 12 June 2017

Having gone to the LA and Ontario locations we were very happy to see that this location was right across from the La Quinta hotel. Cristina was so much fun! She even gave us a map of other fun places to go that night!! We...More

Thank k176
Reviewed 3 May 2017

Pros: Good quality of wine for the $, nice tasting room Cons: Just a tasting room. Actual winery and vineyards are somewhere else. I suspect can get crowded with large groups. I've been to the San Antonio tasting room in LA as well as in...More

Thank BearcatEd
Reviewed 15 April 2017 via mobile

I've been going there for years in their downtown L.A. location. Glad we stopped in Paso Robles, very nice store and wine tasting. Lunch was excellent.

Thank yokalena
Reviewed 13 April 2017

I grew up going to the Los Angeles location with my family. This location features the same great wines. One can NEVER go wrong at the San Antonio winery. We were pleasantly to find this unexpectedly on our way home from Santa Maria.

Thank Gloria C
Reviewed 31 March 2017

We spotted the San Antonio Winery while we were passing through Paso looking for lunch. We were delighted with our find. The wine was very good, and the food was wonderful. The menu isnt extensive, but there is a good selection to please everyone. After...More

Thank Casa295
Reviewed 22 March 2017

We had been biking in the AM, were hungry, and wanted a quick lunch. The folks at San Antonio were great!! They even said we could park the bikes on the patio so we could keep an eye on them. Had a glass of wine...More

Thank Richard R
Reviewed 2 December 2016

This is a branch of the only surviving winery in Los Angeles. They have a variety of wines under several labels and several price ranges. I've never liked their "fine wines," but thoroughly enjoy several of their lower end wines. Today, we tried the "Bistro"...More

Thank Bruce H
Reviewed 11 November 2016 via mobile

This place has great wine selections because they carry all different labels or selections including the Opaque and San Simeon label. Lunch options according to the chef's choice, often scrumptious. There is an option to get a private event section. Enjoy lunch just sitting out...More

Thank Wendy C
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