Penman Springs Vineyard

Estate wines by owners Carl and Beth McCasland.

  • About
  • Vineyard Details
  • Varieties Grown
  • Press & Accolades
  • About
    Visitors can feel the warmth of Penman Springs Vineyards as soon as they pull into the parking lot. The rural landscape covered with vineyards and oak trees offer a sense of country peacefulness that make it hard to believe downtown Paso Robles is just three short miles away. The property’s elevation offers breathtaking views of the surrounding wine country, encouraging guests to enjoy the welcoming picnic area located just outside the tasting room doors.

    The rustic tasting room offers a true sense of country charm. Owners Carl and Beth McCasland opened their tasting room in 2000, a time when Paso Robles was home to just 40-45 wineries. Back then the area was known as a premium grape growing area with unpretentious wineries. Wine lovers flocked to the area to discover the wonderful wines and learn the story of the winery from the owners themselves. The McCaslands have maintained that same atmosphere even as the area around them became populated with a plethora of new wineries large and small.

    With the outstanding wines priced for every day drinking, the warm hospitality and the idyllic setting, it is no wonder Penman Springs draws visitors back time and time again.
  • Vineyard Details
    • First Date Planted: 1998
    • Last Date Planted: 2018
    • Trellis Type: Smart Dyson, Geneva Double Curtain
    • Irrigated/Dry Farmed: Irrigated
    • Harvest Method: hand picked
  • Varieties Grown
    • Aglianico | 4 acres

    • Cabernet Sauvignon | 12 acres

    • Merlot | 6 acres

    • Petite Sirah | 8 acres

    • Muscat Blanc | 4 acres

    • Petit Verdot | 6 acres

  • Press & Accolades
  • Accolades

    • 2014 Reserve Petite Sirah, San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition, San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition, Jan 2020, Double Gold
    • 2016 Petite Sirah, San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition, San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition, Jan 2020, Double Gold
    • 2016 Petit Verdot, San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition, San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition, Jan 2020, Gold