Peachy Canyon Winery

One of the original Paso Robles wineries, having produced award-winning wine since 1988.

  • About
  • Wines Produced
  • Press & Accolades
  • About
    Founded by Doug and Nancy Beckett in 1988, Peachy Canyon has long been praised as a producer of award-winning California wines that exemplify respect for terroir and dedicated winemaking.

    Zinfandel has long been Peachy Canyon’s flagship varietal — often with multiple vineyard designates in production. These red Zinfandels range from elegant and restrained to fruit forward, each an exemplary call to its own terroir. With these exemplary Zinfandels, Peachy Canyon has been instrumental in establishing Paso Robles’ reputation as a key California wine region.

    Although Zinfandels dominate the tasting menu, you will find Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Malbec, Petite Sirah, Viognier, and more available to sample, including a series of premium Bordeaux-style wines that highlight Paso Robles’ bucolic vineyard terrain. This is epitomized by Peachy Canyon’s top-tier Bordeaux blend, Para Siempre, and its rich, multi-award winning Malbec, Ms Behave.

    Peachy Canyon has been ranked among the top 100 wines in the world by Wine Spectator magazine, and its many wines have been ranked with 90-point-plus scores, often for multiple vintages. Today a limited selection of choice Peachy Canyon wines are available in distribution in the US, Canada, UK, Japan, Korea, and China, with the most limited-allocation, low production wines available direct from the winery in the U.S.
  • Wines Produced
    Alicante Bouschet
    Bordeaux-Style Blend
    Cabernet Sauvignon
    Petit Verdot
    Petite Sirah
    Red Blend
    Red Rhône-Style Blend
  • Press & Accolades
  • Press

    • Sep 2017 | From Sex and Drugs Education to Zinfandel: The Peachy Canyon Story
    • Jul 2017 | Paso Robles Grapes Earning Respect
    • Apr 2017 | Wine Line: No slowing down in Paso Robles
    • Apr 2017 | Fire Up the Barbecue. Zin is In.
    • Mar 2017 | Weekend Wine Notes: 10 Reds, Not Cabernet, Merlot or Pinot Noir
    • Feb 2017 | Wine Guy: Tired of the same old California reds?
    • Nov 2016 | Best Paso Robles Wineries to Visit
    • Nov 2016 | 14 wines for your Thanksgiving table, from $12 to $40
    • Aug 2016 | A dozen 90-point wines from Paso Robles
    • Apr 2015 | Four Paso wineries rank in ‘101 Best Wineries in America’ list
    • Jul 2011 | Peachy Canyon Winery: Old Jesse James Hideout Turns Sustainable Winery