Live Music Series at Pelletiere Estate

Pelletiere Events

Mark your calendars and join us for a season of live music, great wine and good times. We have a rockin line up of wonderful local musicians. Kicking off our live music series is Marty Paris, who will be performing March 19th at Vintage Paso Zin Fest from 1:30 to 4:30!

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The Farmhouse at Pelletiere Estate is the quintessential wine country hideaway!

The Farmhouse at Pelletiere Estate is an elegant and luxurious wine country retreat.  Privately situated and surrounded by vineyards, the Farmhouse is located down a secluded yet convenient country road, nestled in the foothills for the Willow Creek District in the heart of Paso Roble’s renowned Westside.

Pelletiere Farmhouse

The Farmhouse at Pelletiere Estate is an elegant and luxurious wine country retreat.

This three bedroom two bath Farmhouse boasts a charming kitchen complete with a coffee service island, breakfast nook, granite countertops, and a timeless vintage stove-oven. The dining room and living room both boast French doors that open onto the expansive private multi-level deck that overlooks our estate vineyards and beckons you to enjoy the sunset, while sipping a glass of our vineyard’s exceptional wine! The refined rustic furnishings and cozy fireplace are sure to make your stay unforgettable.

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For rates and reservations, please contact Janis at 805.239.9432 or info@Pelletiere.com.



Paso Robles History

Book Summary:

Halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, the historic town of Paso Robles became known for its abundance of hot mineral springs that brought relief from pain–first for the Salinan Indians, then for the Franciscan friars. As word of the springs” healing powers spread, hotels and bathhouses were built to accommodate the tourists who came seeking cures. The little community developed steadily after 1886, when the railroad arrived and town lots were auctioned. Area homesteaders raised cattle, grew grain, and planted fruit, walnut, and almond orchards–all without irrigation. Once known as the almond capital of the world, Paso Robles” agriculture has gradually changed from dry-land farms to irrigated vineyards. Tourists are attracted to Paso Robles for its mild climate, beautiful scenery, and mineral baths, which are being revived. The area”s rich heritage is portrayed through more than 200 images from public and private historical collections.