Just minutes from Main Street in downtown Cambria, two miles up scenic Santa Rosa Creek Road, visitors find a restored farmhouse that sits at the base of a sun-kissed nine-acre vineyard. The farmhouse, old dairy barn, and ranch-hand quarters date back to the late 1800s. The beautiful grounds even gained the attention of Sunset magazine.
Planted in 1998, the vineyard thrives in Cambria’s unique microclimate and produces rare coastal style Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Syrah. The wines won awards in San Francisco, Monterey, Los Angeles and Orange County.
Thursday – Monday, 12pm to 5pm
Dining is a major attraction along our stretch of Highway 1 for good reason: the food, the views, and the ambiance are world-class. And not just in one or two towns — options abound in every destination here. More Details