Adelaida Cellars

adelaida_thumbThe synergy of unique “terroir”, sustainable agriculture and minimalist winemaking all come together in the ripe, well balanced wines made at Adelaida Cellars. Named after a 19th century settlement in the Santa Lucia Mountains the winery lies on the west side of Paso Robles, some 15 miles from the fog shrouded Pacific coast at elevations of 2000 feet. This dramatic terrain has become synonymous with ancient calcareous soils of limestone and chalk, diurnal temperature changes of 40-50 degrees and inherently low yielding vines with concentrated grape flavors. The Adelaida Estate features Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in the historic microclimate of HMR Vineyard (established on 1963) and Reserve quality Cabernet and Syrah from the steep rocky outcropping of the Viking Vineyard. A rigorous selection process allows for medium intensity estate fruit to find a home in our good value “SLO” and “Schoolhouse” labels. Winemaker Terry Culton’s passion and finesse ensure that the purity of the vineyard comes through in the finished wine in

 Cabernet Sauvignon | Chardonnay | Pinot Noir | Rhone White | Syrah | Viognier | Zinfandel
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