Rangeland Wines are grown in the limestone hills at the far western frontier of the Paso Robles appellation. Just 12 miles from the ocean at 1700 feet of elevation, our Adelaida Springs Ranch estate vineyard is set in a natural tapestry of rolling oak woodlands, abundant wildlife and grazing livestock.
We offer wine tasting at our tasting room in Templeton or by appointment at our home and ranch headquarters, where you can enjoy 50 mile views of the Santa Lucia Mountains. The $10 per person tasting fee includes at least 4 wines and the fee is waived if you purchase a minimum of one bottle of wine per person. We discuss the history of the ranch and vineyard, as well as our wine growing practices, local conditions and their influence on Rangeland Wines. Tastings and tours are free for wine club members.
Whether you're interested in a walk through our vineyard, historic homestead and Native American sites, grass-fed cattle and sheep, local geology, wildlife or native plants, you'll find something of interest on our ranch tours. Led by owner Laird Foshay, our 1-hour ranch or vineyard tours are $10/person with a $20 minimum. Free to wine and beef club members. Tell us about your interests and we'll customize the experience.
Take a peek at PBS Food video featuring our grass fed beef raised on our 1,500 acre Ranch:
Cattle Harvest in Paso Robles | Original Fare | PBS Food