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Harmony Cellars was established in 1989, and has been pouring some of the best varietals along the Pacific Coast Wine Trail ever since. Located in the Town of Harmony – Population 18, owners Chuck and Kim Mulligan have a rich history in SLO County, and even deeper roots in Harmony (Kim’s great-grandfather was the original founder of the town’s creamery!). In the 30+ year history, Harmony Cellars has developed a huge array of varietals, which Chuck and Kim are happy to help you explore and enjoy on your next trip to the Central Coast.


WINE TASTING

WINES

Bordeaux-Style Blend
Cabernet Sauvignon
Chardonnay
Dessert
Malbec
Merlot
Petite Sirah

Pinot Gris
Port-Style Red Blend
Riesling
Rosé
Sangiovese
Syrah
Tannat
Zinfandel

LOCATION

3255 Harmony Valley Road
Harmony, CA 93435

TASTING ROOM

Open Daily
10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

TASTING FEE

$15


CONTACT INFORMATION

ADDRESS

3255 Harmony Valley Rd
Harmony, CA 93435

GENERAL INQUIRIES

(805) 927-1625
info@harmonycellars.com

RESERVATIONS

http://www.harmonycellars.com/events

SOCIAL MEDIA

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ABOUT THE PACIFIC COAST WINE TRAIL

The Pacific Coast Wine Trail was established in 2013 as a way to both represent the vineyards and wineries located along San Luis Obispo County’s northern coast, and to provide visitors to the area an opportunity for wine tasting without having to drive 30 miles east to Paso Robles, or south to San Luis Obispo. 

The wine trail stretches from San Simeon to Cayucos along SLO County’s northern coast, and officially represents six wineries, two of which have tasting rooms on their properties with views of the vineyards.

There is an additional third vineyard tasting room not associated with the wine trail, and several more tasting rooms located near all the food and fun in downtown Cambria.

Although not officially part of any of the certified American Viticulture Areas in San Luis Obispo’s wine country, the wineries along the PCW Trail tend to produce amazing Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, and Zinfandel varietals. This up-and-coming region is also one of the most beautiful in the county, and should not be missed on a wine tasting weekend to the central coast! 

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