5414 Vineyard Drive. Paso Robles, California
Paso Robles Wine Country
Denner Vineyards is owned by Ron Denner and located at 5414 Vineyard Dr. Paso Robles, CA 93446 in the northwestern part Paso Robles California. The winery was constructed in 2005 with the help of Architect John Robert Mitchell.
This amazing world class Vineyard is built to contour into an existing hillside with the vineyard. It is also one of a very few gravity-flow wineries in California. Gravity-flow helps to produce hand-made, artisanal wines that are stylized vinous portraits of the unique terroir from specific parts of Denner’s hilly estate vineyard.
About Denner Winery
The Denner Winery was completed in time for the 2005 harvest. Ron and John believe that great architecture blends with the environment. Denner Winery, therefore is designed to fit into the rolling hills and is complementary to the geography and culture of the Central Coast.
Wine Growing Estate
Planted in 1999, Denner Vineyards is a wine growing estate on the far western border of the Paso Robles AVA. In fact the vineyards 156 acres is pressed up against the Santa Lucia Range, giving the site great diversity of elevation, aspect and soil. Previously dry farmed barley, the estate is nestled into the Templeton Gap, an East/West corridor where the marine layer can reach the inland valleys. As a result the vineyards receives large diurnal temperature swings without high moisture pressure, giving Denner Vineyards a near perfect growing climate.
If you are interested in visiting Denner Vineyards in Paso Robles California, they are open by appointment 10am – 4pm daily.
Appointment requests can be made here
On Saturdays, the Denner Vineyards is open in both tasting rooms – the Comus Vista (patio) for club members and the Comus Crush (in the winery) for non-club members.
4th of July: Closing at 2pm
Thanksgiving Eve: Closing at 2pm
Thanksgiving Day: Closed
Christmas Eve: Closed
Christmas Day: Closed
New Years Eve: Closing at 2pm
New Years Day: Closed
Requests with less than 48 hours advance notice or for groups with 8 or more guests please call us at 805-239-4287.
Stay at The Comus House
Designed by architect John Robert Mitchell, Comus House was the first structure built on the vineyard property, followed by Denner’s winery, tasting room, and Comus Center—all in keeping with the natural geography and culture of the Central Coast. Here, gently rolling, sun-kissed hills are scattered with clumps of coastal oaks and the occasional stand of stately cypress. Like ribs of corduroy, carefully planted vines spread across the landscape under rosy, Tuscan-hued skies—in shades that range from emerald green to burnished red, depending upon the season.
Welcome to Comus House, your luxurious retreat from the world, located at the top of the lush hills and voluptuous valleys that comprise the 100+ working acres of Denner Vineyards. Aptly named for the Greek god of festivity and son of the wine god Bacchus, Comus House offers four uniquely appointed bedrooms in a sunny, spacious home. The exceptional wood work and impressive doors throughout the house were hand crafted from a 100 year old wine vat. A sprawling living room boasts a magnificent wall of cathedral windows to maximize picture-perfect views, and a crackling wood burning fireplace to take the edge off the cool nights and crisp mornings. An expansive covered wood porch provides outdoor seating for a good long read or a chat with friends. Heavy raw wood beams, vaulted ceilings with skylights, and stylish furnishings lend a rustic, substantial feel to this truly unique, yet authentic California, getaway. Come inside and pick the bedroom that suits you best.
Denner Vineyards runs the house as a Bed & Breakfast which is very different from a vacation rental. If you have any questions about a stay at The Comus House, contact the the Comus House at 805.239.4287 or email Denner Vineyards at email@example.com.
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