Visit the Winery
OPEN Friday, Saturday and Sunday, from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Monday through Thursday appointments are required.
Groups of 6 or more guests require an appointment.
Please call (805) 238-7145 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve.
$20 tasting fee waived upon 3 bottle purchase.
We are located at 5995 Peachy Canyon Road in the west hills of Paso Robles.
For $30 we will take you through a selection of wines from our library.
Taste and Purchase at Villa Creek Restaurant, downtown Paso Robles
Restaurant hours are 4:30 pm to 9:00 pm Tuesday through Thursday and 12:00 noon to 9:00 pm Friday and Saturday.
Taste our 4 wine flight. Flight wines are available by the glass, by the bottle and to purchase and take home.
The restaurant is located at 1144 Pine Street, on the downtown city park. (805) 238-3000
THE NEW YORK TIMES
" ...the 2013 Villa Creek Garnacha from Paso Robles made our Top 10 at No. 9,"
Eric Asimov, September 23, 2016, In California, Grenache Packs More Than Power
THE WINE SPECTATOR
"The wine was terrific, bold and intense with plenty of black fruit flavors and a peppery sage note. It stood up to the bold flavors of the food; together, they were a perfect match of the hearty and comforting."
MaryAnn Worobiec, December 20, 2010, A Comfort Wine with Comfort Food: Villa Creek High Road James Berry Vineyard Paso Robles 2007
Daniel Sogg, January, 2004, New Wines New Faces
FOOD & WINE
“Villa Creek's proprietors, Cris and JoAnn Cherry, consistently produce lovely wines filled with character and personality.”
From The Promise of Paso Robles by Robert Parker, Jr
THE WINE ADVOCATE
“Winemaker Chris Cherry continues to produce a bevy of unique wines from his estate high up off of Peachy Canyon Road. "
August 2016 Review by Jeb Dunnuck
"This year’s releases from Cris Cherry represent the most complex and refined wines that I have yet tasted from Villa Creek, a fact that Cherry simply attributes to “more time in the vines and more time in the cellar.” Cherry noted that he is trying to fine-tune his and focus his farming and winemaking by delegating more of his responsibilities at his iconic (and consistently excellent) Paso Robles restaurant, also called Villa Creek, so that he can devote as much energy as possible to wine-growing. Based on his most recent wines I think that the positive results are becoming clear. Cherry’s winery sits on the lower portion on his 60-acre hillside property in the Willow Creek District, where he began planting to grapes in 2012. Farming follows organic and biodynamic standards and the wines will be released under the Maha Estate label. In the meantime Cherry continues to buy grapes from some of the region’s most esteemed vineyards, including James Berry, Denner and Bassetti for his current wines, all of which are made with native yeasts and aged in combinations of French oak barrels of varying size and concrete and stainless steel tanks.”
From Paso Robles: Taming the Beast (Sep 2016) by Josh Raynolds