Taste World-Class Wines, all in 1 Charming Town
Ca’ Del Grevino‘s vineyards are located in the Santa Maria Valley appellation of Santa Barbara County. The vineyard is located just 10 miles from the Pacific Coast and benefits greatly from cool, maritime influences. The long “hang-time” of estate fruit is due in great part to the temperate climate of this coastal appellation. The vineyard is planted methodically and meticulously, with special attention paid to varietals best suited to the estate’s terroir. Taking into account the soils, the meso- and micro-climates, the coastal influences and the orientation of the sun upon the hillsides, you can find Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Grenache, Dolcetto, Riesling and Syrah in the Los Olivos tasting room at 2933 Grand Ave.
Located at 2974 Grand Avenue, Epiphany Cellars is a winemaker’s wine, one which satisfies winemaker Eli Parker’s passion for and fascination with winemaking. Crafting interesting wines of exquisite quality is the sole reason for the conception of Epiphany. Epiphany’s foundation is built upon the outstanding grapes harvested from the best vineyards throughout Santa Barbara County and beyond.
Located in the Epiphany courtyard is Fess Parker’s Bubble Shack. The Bubble Shack features Fesstivity & Sibling Bubblery sparkling wines, a collaborative effort for Parker siblings Eli Parker and Ashley Parker Snider.
A Bite to Eat + Artisan Cocktails
The Bear & Star takes its name from the two states Fess Parker called home, Texas and California, celebrating refined ranch cuisine paired with California’s bounty. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and located at the Fess Parker Wine Country Inn.
The Best Place to Stay – Fess Parker Wine Country Inn
Founded by legendary actor and local wine industry veteran Fess Parker and his family, this charming inn offers a full service spa, award winning restaurant and wine tasting on-site, all in the heart of downtown Los Olivos.
Discover the Santa Ynez Valley, where Los Olivos is located. Part of Santa Barbara’s larger wine country, it’s a small-town and rolling-hills haven of restaurants, wineries, craft beer, museums, shopping and nightlift. And don’t forget the great outdoors and all it has to offer! Check out the Santa Ynez Valley destination guide here.