About the Peachy Canyon Winery

Set in the rolling hills of Peach Canyon, the natural beauty of Peachy Canyon Winery is undeniable. Their philosophy of producing wine that embodies the characteristics of their four Estate Vineyards has been a winning formula since their inception in 1982. Having produced numerous award winning vintages over the years, Peachy Canyon Winery has emerged as one of the best wineries in Paso Robles.

Their estate wineries are managed with the up most care and attention to detail. Peachy Canyon’s four Estate Vineyards surround their renovated 1886 school house tasting room along scenic Highway 46. Each Vineyard has unique characteristics, and different varietals are planted that are best suited for the vineyards terroir.

Peachy Canyon’s Old School House Vineyard is centrally located behind their tasting room, and is distinct from their other three vineyards, which are located down the road. Planted in the late 70’s, this vineyard is peppered with chalkrock, which yields high nutrients in the soil. The Old School House Vineyard has a strong marine influence, and it is planted primarily with Zinfandel.

Their other three vineyards, Mustang Springs, Mustard Creek and Snow all are dominated by Loamy, clay soils. Because these vineyards are more inland than their Old School House counterparts, they are less affected by the Marine fog. These vineyards are planted with mostly Zinfandel, but also have Bordeaux varietals sporadically throughout.

About the Peachy Canyon Winery

The winemaking philosophy at Peachy Canyon is to let the grapes speak for themselves in the wine. This hands off approach by winemaker Josh Beckett has produced wines with incredible flavors and balance. Peachy Canyon’s wine truly embodies the Paso Robles AVA, and is one of the main reasons why their wines have received all of the awards and accolades they have.

The diversity of the wines in Peachy Canyon’s selection is admirable, but their flagship wine is without question Zinfandel. The zinfandel vines have been thriving in their vineyards for over thirty years, and it gives their Zins Peachy Canyons characteristic flavors.