Ciento Cellars

Ciento Cellars is a small, family-run, boutique winery on the west side of Paso Robles.

  • About
  • Vineyard Details
  • About
    Welcome to Ciento Cellars! We are a small, family-run, boutique winery located on the west side of Paso Robles. Our estate vineyard is 14 acres under vine, including both Rhone and Bordeaux varietals. We handcraft a mere 800 cases annually.

    We have been dreaming of this second chapter in our lives for nearly 20 years. We purchased our property on Peachy Canyon in 2012, but it took seven long years of thinking, planning, raising our twin boys and more dreaming before we planted our vineyard in 2019. We are now tantalizingly close to realizing our dream! We will craft our first wines in 2023 and we look forward to sharing them with you in 2024 and beyond.

    Our winery name, "Ciento" was born out of two inspirations: "Cielo" or heaven in Spanish and "Viento" or wind. In other words, "Heaven Wind." It also happens to be the number one hundred in Spanish, "perfection" in the world of wine. This adventure is not about perfection, though, it's about joy, creativity, hard work and family. If perfection comes our way some day, we'll be doubly blessed.

    We look forward to hosting you in our tasting room soon! Until then, follow us on Instagram #cientocellars.

    Dave, Antonia, Sam and Diego (& Oakley the pooch)
  • Vineyard Details
    • Our estate vineyard is 15 acres, comprised of five Rhone and three Bordeaux varietals. Our central goal is to produce the finest quality fruit as organically and sustainably as possible. Our vines are hand-tended with as few tractor passes or other mechanical intervention as possible.
    • First Date Planted: 2019
    • Last Date Planted: 2022
    • Row Orientations: North-South
    • Row Spacings: 7' x 3'
    • Trellis Type: VSP mostly with a few exceptions
    • Rootstock: Varied across varietals.
    • Soil Types: Calcareous, limestone shale.
    • Slope Description: Varied from moderate to steep.
    • Aspect: Southeast, South, Southwest, West
    • Harvest Method: Hand harvested
    • Wineries Supplied: Nicora, Zobeto, Copia, Terranean