Edna Valley Vineyard68 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
- Address: 2585 Biddle Ranch Rd, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401, USA, United States
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-8055445855
- Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
- Tags: Food And Drinks, Winery, Vineyard, Adults
San Luis Obispo has a flourishing wine culture and the Edna Valley Vineyard is the testament of the same. The winery is located perfectly along the pristine coastline and is one of the scenic destinations in San Luis Obispo. Jack Niven, a resident of SLO took over the initiative to bring back the fading wineries and planted grapes in a limited space, which then went on to become the Edna Valley Vineyard. The wine produced here is done with advanced technology and still it has a taste which lingers on for long. There are some limited releases of wine and a wine shop too so that you can buy a bottle, on your way back.
Entrance Ticket Details For Edna Valley Vineyard
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How to Reach Edna Valley Vineyard
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10.54% of people who visit San Luis Obispo include Edna Valley Vineyard in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
47.62% of people start their Edna Valley Vineyard visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
1 Hr 30 Minutes
People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Edna Valley Vineyard
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Edna Valley Vineyard
Edna Valley Vineyard Reviews & Ratings
This place is a complete experience. When you arrive you are struck by he sweeping vista of vineyards through the valley. The tasting room is set up with massive windows to showcase the view. You can sit outside too. We had a tasting for one as one of us was driving, and really enjoyed the 5 wines. Ended up buying our favorite and enjoying it later. Definitely worth checking out.
Good views but very poor service. Arrived at 4 and apparently I was reminded that I was a bit late. Place closes at 5. Why wouldn't server give us a glass of wine at 4:33 or at least ask us before 4:30 if we wanted anything? Poor service or something else. Other servers were happily serving other customers. I guess the color of your skin does matter. Disappointing to experience this on the famous California road trip.
I called in advance because I wanted to bring a group of 9 people that included 2 wheelchair users. I had been there before, a couple years ago and remembered that the wine was good but the views were amazing. Unfortunately, they’ve done a “remodel” and when we arrived they stuffed us on a back patio which could have been anyone’s nice backyard. They wouldn’t let us stay inside, basically because they’ve separated the interior into half club access (empty) and the other side regular (tables “reserved” but also empty). It was not good at all. It was expensive - both more than I was quoted over the phone and you have to spend $50 per person to waive the tasting fee. Then, because we were on the back patio, service was slow and ultimately we had to pay the bus company for another hour. Totally not worth it. Not sure what the MBA intern was thinking when they made all these changes. It’s obviously to make them more money but the bad taste of the experience will certainly overwhelm the flavor of the wine in my memory. The wine is fine. Nothing spectacular. You can get it at Safeway.
Did the perfect pairing and it was excellent, but for $50/person I expect the service to also be excellent. We waited 15 minutes for service (didn’t even get water) and I have to say our waiter didn’t seem to care about wine at all; “Here’s a red, it pairs with the third thing on your plate”. Great, thanks for the heads up. 🤷♂️ Overall the experience was positive but at this price point just SO much room for improvement.
Wow, when you walk in to this place it just feels so nice. The tasting room has a large, wide open window providing perhaps the most beautiful view of SLO county I've ever seen. There are multiple flights of wines to choose from, so you can scale it up and down to your budget. Wines were good, even found some I liked and I typically hate wine.