Dubost Winery

Around the turn of the 20th Century, when Paso Robles was not much more than a dusty, one-street town south of Mission San Miguel, the real social and economic hub of the Central Coast was located 10 miles to the northwest, in the bustling town of Adelaida off of Chimney Rock Road. One of the scion families of the burgeoning Adelaida region were the Dubosts, who owned 70 acres of the most farmable land in the area and also ran the local post office and telephone company.

Flash forward to today, and while the town of Adelaida may have faded as Paso Robles expanded with the arrival of the railroad, the Dubost family tradition continues on those same 70 acres, although their livelihood has switched from agriculture and civic affairs to winemaking. Planting grapevines back in 2001 at the behest of her oldest son Jake – who was struck with a passion for winemaking in his teens and apprenticed at Starr Ranch and Wild Horse, among other wineries – co-owner and winemaker Kate Dubost today employs her other sons Zack and Lucas to create rich, powerful wines from their estate plantings of Viognier, Grenache, Syrah, Tempranillo, Petite Sirah, and Zinfandel, as well as sourcing some more unusual and uncommon varietals such as Carménère and Negrette.

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