Project Description





5225 Hwy 41
Paso Robles, 93446



Weekends at 11 5ish or later – weekdays by appointment

Tasting Fee
$10 (Waived with wine purchase)


Did Daniel Stanger know his journey to the New World from Sundhausen (Alsace, France) in 1832 would eventually lead his descendants here to Paso Robles? Most likely not, but we’re glad it did and you will be too after you taste our estate grown wine.

We, at STANGER, wait up to 6 years after bottling to release wine at the proper time. Major wine critics have stated that our wines will peak in 7 to 9 years. Therefore the STANGER Reserve wines are released after they have sufficiently matured. We will not release wines prematurely. Our current STANGER releases include 2010 Pinot Noir Reserve .. $114, 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve.. $75, 2007 Syrah Reserve .. $79, 2010 Tempranillo Reserve .. $100, 2010 “BENCH” Cuvee .. $49 and finally the “MASTER” Vineyard Blend $56. Quantities are small and availability is limited. Wine Club is closed but a Waiting List is available. Club members receive 25% discount on any wine purchases. Wine Club members can choose whatever wines they want in their allotment.

STANGER Ultra-Premium Reserve wines can be tasted at our original “Old World Style” tasting room at 5225 Hwy 41 & Creston/LaPanza Road. $10 tasting fee – waived with wine purchase. Wines by the glass are also available.

Why not stay at the “Creston House” at STANGER Vineyards ( and enjoy the tastes of the Creston Wine Trail.



THE SECRET LIES WITH STANGER! Ideally located high on Paso’s west side in the “Willow Creek District” AVA, the vineyard takes full advantage of the Templeton Gap Macro Climate. Warm sunny days with cool nights followed by early morning fog is the perfect formula for complete maturity and ripeness. At 1,400 ft, the grape vines enjoy a nearly frost free environmentLocation
Tasting Room: 5225 Hwy 41 & Creston/LaPanza Road. $10 tasting fee – waived with wine purchase. www.StangerVineyards.comVineyard Description
9.66 acres
Planted in 2001
NE to SW
6 X 9
Calcareous, shale
Hill tops only
All South Facing
Hand HarvestedVarietals GrownFor Sale: Grapes
(Update Jan 15, 2017)

Cabernet Sauvignon 4.87
Malbec 0.15
Pinot Noir 1.89
Syrah 1.84
Tempranillo 0.91

Wineries Supplied
STANGER’s state of the art wine making equipment is used by other Paso Robles Vineyards to make some of California’s best wines.