Wine Tasting in Paso Robles [Moved from Wine board]
I would suggest you visit Tablas Creek as they really have the most Rhone experience.
Matt Garretson also does a great job.
If you like Parker's choices of overly extracted wines,
there are many to choose from and most high alcohol.
See Paso Robles Vintners web site
Saxum sells out everything every year and has a waiting list of a few years to get on their mailing list. I doubt they have a tasting room.
Garretson isn't going to be on that map, but the nice thing about them is there's another tasting place right next door with wines from about a half dozen wineries.
L'Venture's tasting room is open only Thursday through Sunday. Linne Calado is open only Friday through Sunday.
Hug Cellars is another good one, but the only Rhone they make is syrah. They're open Thursday through Monday.
Tablas Creek is great. Adelaida is pretty close to Tablas Creek, if you drive all the way out there.
Peachy Canyon also has a good reputation. They're open daily.
Agree that Tablas Creek and Garretson are both well worth the stop. Also recommend Linne Calodo (try anything he still has available for tasting), Denner Vineyards (their Syrah and Ditchdigger GSM are both wonderful - they also do a fabulous Rousanne/Viognier blend). These two and Tablas Creek are all on (or just off) Vineyard Drive from HWY 46 West. Garretson has a tasting room in a large warehouse style building on HWY 46 East.