On the Santa Barbara Presidio Wine Trail, taste some of Santa Barbara’s finest wine while discovering hidden walkways, courtyards, and beautiful architecture along the way.
The Presidio is the historical site of the last of the Spanish fortresses to be built in California. It is the birthplace of Santa Barbara, founded on April 21, 1782.
Years later, it would become the city’s Chinatown and Japantown.
Today, it is home to the El Presidio de Santa Barbara State Historic Park, a variety of wine tasting rooms, shops, restaurants, bars, coffee houses and cultural treasures set against the backdrop of the American Riviera and the Santa Ynez mountains.
Within the Presidio neighborhood are the Historical Museum of Santa Barbara, the Casa de la Guerra – one of the city’s earliest homes, the historic El Paseo complex, and the beautifully renovated Lobero Theatre, California’s oldest continuously operating theater.
So, park your car and make a day of exploring the fascinating Presidio neighborhood.
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Winery Tasting Rooms – in order of walk
Grassini Family Vineyard – Tasting Room
24 El Paseo
Happy Canyon Vineyard – Tasting Room
30 El Paseo
Jamie Slone Wines – Tasting Room
23 E De la Guerra Street
Silver Wines – Tasting Room
31 El Paseo
Cebada Wines – Tasting Room
813 Anacapa Street, Suite 6
Au Bon Climat – Tasting Room
813 Anacapa Street, #5b
Frequency Wines – Tasting Room
831 Santa Barbara Street
Dine – in order of walk
Wine Cask Restaurant
Intermezzo Bar + Cafe
Pickle Room Bar
Three Pickles Deli
Handlebar Coffee Roasters
Panino Santa Barbara
La Playa Azul Cafe
Explore – in order of walk
Casa de la Guerra
El Presidio de Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara Historical Museum
Make Smith Leather Co.
Jake & Jones
Lovebird Boutique & Jewelry Bar
The Salvage Company
Holiday Stroll (December)
Asian American Neighborhood Festival (October)
Dia De Los Muertos (October)
Una Noche de Las Posadas (December)
Founding Day (April)
Old Spanish Days Fiesta (August)
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Entrance to El Paseo between 812 & 814 State Street
Intersections of Anacapa St and Canon Perdido Street or Anacapa Street and Ortega Street