California Wine Regions
Browse Wineries

Paso Robles » Eagle Castle Winery

« Back
Winery Search
Napa Valley Wineries
Paso Robles Wineries
Santa Barbara Wineries
Sonoma Wineries
San Luis Obispo Wineries
Mendocino Wineries
Monterey Wineries
Santa Clara Wineries
Santa Cruz Wineries
Sierra Foothills Wineries
Temecula Wineries
Lodi Wineries
Livermore Wineries
Lake County Wineries
Ventura & Malibu Wineries
San Joaquin Valley Wineries
San Diego Wineries
SF East Bay Wineries
CWA Poll
How often do you drink wine with dinner?
Every night
3-5 times per week
1-2 times per week
3-5 times per month
1-2 times per month
Special Occassions
Never
Food & Wine
How To Match
Pairing Cheese & Wine
Wine Country Recipes
Wine Shop
Napa Wine Bargains
Deals at Wine.com
Wine Stuff
Wine Glossary
Wine Grape Varieties
Taste For Free Maps
Ask the Winemaker
How To Technically Taste Wine
Sulfites In Wine
Tasting Room Etiquette
Advisor Favorite Videos
Seven Tips for Wine Events
Santa Barbara and its 100 wineries
Father of California Wine
Taste The Stars
How To Read A Wine Label
More Stuff
Wine Tasting Links Member Rating
Map Winery
Email Page to a Friend
Save to CWA Favorites
Add to Wine Tasting Itinerary
Write Your Own Winery Review



Nearby Recommended Wineries



Eagle Castle Winery

3090 Anderson Road
Paso Robles, CA 93446
(805) 227-1428
jessica@eaglecastlewinery.com

Tasting:   Daily 10:30-5:30 pm
Tasting Fee $5
Discounts available
Tours:
  Tours by Appointment
Amenities:
  Gourmet Food Service at the Crown Room
Price Range:   $14 to $28 per bottle
Established:   2001
Vineyards:   40 acres
Production:
  7,500 cases

Eagle Castle Winery Description

On a prominent hill overlooking the lush surroundings of the Santa Lucia Mountains, and the vineyards on the west side of Paso Robles, you will see the enchanted environs of Eagle Castle Winery. The theme here is unabashed medieval romance with lords and ladies, knights in armor, and wine by the goblet. One of the newest wineries in the Paso Robles appellation, this old world castle, tasting room and event center has it all—including a moat!
 
Eagle Castle Winery draws upon the imagery of an Alsace-Lorraine legend to bring the old world to the new world. The winery also looks to the symbol of an eagle for inspiration with the image found on their labels. Golden and Bald eagles enjoy the habitat of nearby lakes and may be glimpsed from the Castle’s ramparts. Inside the large spaces are coats of armor, antique tables, and metal shields, and the like adorning the walls. Miniature porcelain knights, unique carvings, glassware, pottery, candles, along with gourmet food items are for sale in their extensive gift shop. Tables are available for picnicking with outstanding views of the area.

The grapes are sourced from six separate vineyards located on both the west and east sides of Paso Robles. This arrangement allows a wide variety of blending options to take advantage of the many individual microclimates of the Paso Robles region. Wines produced include Barbera, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petite Sirah, Syrah, Zinfandel, Marsanne, Roussanne, Viognier, red and white blends and late harvest Zinfandel and Viognier.

 

Eagle Castle Winery Features

Ambiance Types of Wine Amenities
Resort Like
Kid Friendly
Casual & Relaxed
Hip & Stylish
Cabernet Sauvignon
Syrah
Italian
Gift Shop - Special
Tours Available
Food Available
Picnic Sites
Event Space
Catering
Restaurant
Write Your Own Winery Review

Eagle Castle Winery Reviews

Staff Knowledge & Friendliness
Amenities, Comfort & Cleanliness
Value
Wine Quality
Overall Impressions
All About Atmosphere
alinzey, Morro Bay
Well Eagle Castle is a great building and place to take pictures. The wine itself, not worth the stop. Check out the castle if you really want to, otherwise don't bother stopping.

Staff Knowledge & Friendliness
Amenities, Comfort & Cleanliness
Value
Wine Quality
Overall Impressions
Bad Wine Experience
WinoJohn, Long Beach, CA
Although the Castle is cute, the cleanliness is questionable. My experience was greatly disappointing by witnessing them serving wine in glasses not properly cleaned and sanitized. Food prices are unreasonably high and the wine is substandard. All in all, I wouldn't visit them again.

Staff Knowledge & Friendliness
Amenities, Comfort & Cleanliness
Value
Wine Quality
Overall Impressions
november
eaglecastlewinery, ps
The experience was great, they had the fire place going when i arrived, we had lunch with a wine tasting in the crown rm food was delicious it filled us up! We had the burger and the salmon sandwich. They have a new winemaker which i didn't know an his wines are realeased this year 2007 wines are great! zin chard and the rose i purchased a bottle of each! yea its a castle , but who cares each winery has their own themes & i appreciate them being so hospitable the place was immaculate ! Were flying in from hawaii just to go to their new Tiara Club that should tell you all how much we like the food and wine. Ppl shouldn't snob this place, they don't focus on the little guys thats for sure they are reaching out to bigger places good for them

Staff Knowledge & Friendliness
Amenities, Comfort & Cleanliness
Value
Wine Quality
Overall Impressions
Interesting to visit
jennduran47, Valley Village
The castle is really cool. The port is okay.

Staff Knowledge & Friendliness
Amenities, Comfort & Cleanliness
Value
Wine Quality
Overall Impressions
It's about the wine, folks.
truewines,
I did not enjoy this place much. It catches the eye, but there isn't a lot of focus on the wine.

Staff Knowledge & Friendliness
Amenities, Comfort & Cleanliness
Value
Wine Quality
Overall Impressions
Castle n Wine
Eagle12,
Our second stop of the trip and we were not disappointed. You have to stop just to see the castle and its beautifully finished interior. The wines are good and its a fun place just to see. The staff was very knowledgeable and our pour er wore large jewelry trying to capture a time long ago. A cute place to visit if you have some extra time.

Staff Knowledge & Friendliness
Amenities, Comfort & Cleanliness
Value
Wine Quality
Overall Impressions
Just like a castle!
chavjenn, Paso Robles
Even though their wines are great, their actual winery itself is just so beautiful! If you are just wanting to go for a drive I recommend you take a drive out to this winery because it looks just like a castle with a mote that goes around the castle itself!

Staff Knowledge & Friendliness
Amenities, Comfort & Cleanliness
Value
Wine Quality
Overall Impressions
Tour Bus Favorite
BrenJ, Long Beach
Eagle Creek might be a worthwhile stop for the kitsch of the place if it weren't for the fact that the tasting room is packed with limo and bus groups all the time. If you don't mind screaming groups I guess the experience is OK. Their best wine was the Viognier. Crisp and wonderful with lighter dishes. The rest weren't all that memorable. Skip this one and head up Anderson a bit to Midnight Cellars or even Dark Star.

Staff Knowledge & Friendliness
Amenities, Comfort & Cleanliness
Value
Wine Quality
Overall Impressions
fantastic winery
adamjf, San Diego
This one is worth it just for the unique design and view. The wine tasting is free. They offer a large selection of wines to try. My favorites were the Merlot, Muscat Canelli, and Late Harvest Zinfandel. Did I mention that the wine tasting is free?

Review Disclaimer

The above reviews are the subjective opinion of Winery Advisor members and not of Winery Advisor LLC.

Advanced Winery Search
CWA Members





Free Membership
Recent Newsletters

Wine Country
Sponsors
Sales Training
About CWA | Contact Us | Advertise with CWA | List Your Winery | Site Map | Privacy/Affiliate Policy | Promote Your Winery on CWA