Open daily 11 to 5 pm
$10 tasting fee
Artisan Boutique Winery
$26 to $44 per bottle
Sourced from Edna Valley and Paso Robles vineyards
Steve pours his wines at many special events in the area. If you are interested in having Steve pour at your civic event, business or home contact him and he can show you what he offers.
Autry Cellars Description
Autry Cellars is a small high quality operation making exquisite wines from some of the best vineyards in the central coast. Steve Autry is winemaker and owner. His operation is one of the smallest in the area and that is fine with him. He takes personal charge of all aspects of the winemakeing process.
The winery is located in Edna Valley near the intersection of Los Ranchos Road and Broad Street/227. The new winery is back off the road adjacent to the vineyards near the Country Club. Visitors can sample some wonderfully expressive wines from his extensive wine portfolio.
Wines are available by the taste, the glass and the bottle. There is a great deck overlooking the vineyards so bring some friends and enjoy the day.
His flagship wine is his rich, extracted Petite Sirah. But don't miss the supple Tempranillo, the classic Cab and Cab Franc along with his Zinfandel, Merlot, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc.
Ostinato Wine Club
Members adopt three bottles of our spectacular artisan wines four times per year. Average shipment $72 plus tax. 20% off of additional purchases
Autry Cellars Features
Types of Wine
Off the Beaten Path Family Run Country Charm Casual & Relaxed Dog Friendly
New SLO Winery Wino, Very Cool! New winery for SLO and loving all these wines. Steve A. makes a dozen wines but only a barrel or two of each variety. Malbec, Tempranillo, Cab Franc, Sangiovese plus Zin, Cab, Petite Sirah, Chard, Sauv Blanc and more. His new location is in the vineyards right of Broad street and worth a stop. Small and unpretentious and local. We love it.
Staff Knowledge & Friendliness
Amenities, Comfort & Cleanliness
small, funky with GREAT wine Kendra, San Luis Obispo Not the fanciest spot in town, but once inside you are in another world. You manunever around barrels, vats and wine stuff and then there is this little table with wine glasses (some are different sized) and an array of a dozen wines. The winemaker was back in the barrels and emerged to give our group one of the best tastings we had. Very informative and personal. There were two rich whites and a slew of really good reds, inc. tempranillo, malbec, two cabs, zin, merlot, sangiovese, and a killer petite sirah. As wine students our class loved it and will be back.
The above reviews are the subjective opinion of Winery Advisor members and not of California Winery Advisor.