Big, Bold Wines add to a Fun
and Educational Experience
To visit Opolo Vineyards is to take a step into an unforgettable experience. After an idyllic drive through vineyards and beautiful countryside, guests are welcomed into a tasting room full of culture and tradition, with an equally present sense of uniqueness and individuality.
Co-owners Rick Quinn and Dave Nichols started the winery in 1999 as a passionate hobby. Years later, that passion for winemaking is more evident than ever, and is enjoyed by thousands of wine lovers throughout the world.
The team at Opolo Vineyards has made it their goal to show that wine tasting does not have to be intimidating. The tasting room is inviting and the staff is passionate, friendly and knowledgeable—proving that wine tasting can be both educational and fun.
Opolo grows nearly 300 acres of grapes on both the east and west sides of Paso Robles. This provides a wide range in climate, soil and growing potential, which allows Opolo to produce 20 different varietals. At any given time, more than thirty wines can be found on the Opolo tasting list. Unique single varietals are an Opolo specialty, as well as creative and delightful blends.
‘Great times—award-winning wines!’
Opolo’s Harvest Party has gained notoriety as the best Harvest Party in Paso Robles—kick off your shoes and stomp grapes while enjoying traditional Serbian music, dancers, food and of course, plenty of Opolo wine.
Where It All Started
The name Opolo comes from a Rosé-style wine made on the Dalmatian Coast, and acts as a tribute to co-owner Rick Quinn’s Serbian heritage. In the tasting room,
however, it is common knowledge that Opolo means fun.
Wine Tasting at Opolo
• $10 Tasting Fee (waived with two bottle purchase, complementary for club members)
• Please call (805) 238-9593 to make reservations for groups of eight or more.
• Pairings on the Patio: Enjoy wine paired with tasty, seasonal bites from the Opolo menu—offered daily from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.