Santa Barbara is known for our wines and our Santa Barbara Wine Guide should help you navigate the terrain.
One of the most popular routes is the Foxen Canyon Wine Trail, this trail highlights wines of the Santa Maria valley and you can taste a variety of wines from this region on the Foxen Canyon Wine Trail. Taking a drive down 101 you’ll pass a few of our favorite vineyards including Andrew Murray Vineyards, Bedford Winery and Cambria to name a few. The Lompoc Wine Trail highlights Santa Barbara County’s most western tasting region. In Lompac don’t forget to check out the 60 murals that adorn the downtown buildings created by local artists. Popular vineyards to explore in the Lompac valley include Flying Goat Cellars, Bratcher Winery, Cebada Vineyard and Clos Pepe Vineyards.
The Los Olivos Promenade offers a host of wineries in addition to the art galleries, boutique shops and cafes. Notable vineyards include Alta Maria, Andrew Murray Vineyards, Barbieri Wine Company and Blair Fox Cellars.
The Santa Ynez Wine Trail features an array of vineyards include Beckmen Vineyards, Blackjack Ranch, Kalyra Winery and Rusack Vineyards.
Looking to stay close to Hotel Milo and experience great wine? Head to Les Marchands Wine Bar & merchant ( Suite B, 131 Anacapa St.). located in the funk zone Les Marchands has a staff that is knowledgeable about wines and love helping their guests find the perfect wine for any occasion.
If you’ve seen Sideways, it’s practically a film version of a Santa Barbara Wine Guide. Featured vineyards include the Foxen Winery (7200 Foxen Canyon Road, Santa Maria), Kalyra Winery (343 North Refugio Road, Santa Ynez) and Firestone Winery (5000 Zaca Station Road, Los Olivos) to name a few. Oh And if you’re looking for the Ostriches you’ll find them at Ostrich Land (610 East Highway )! Share your Santa Barbara wine tour photos with us on Instagram @hotelmilosb