Le Vigne Winery
Le Vigne Winery was founded with a passion for terroir, exceptional wines, and spectacular food. This passion is evident more than ever this year as the winery unveils its stunning new tasting room, exciting culinary offerings, acres of new plantings, and a series of compelling new releases. Le Vigne Winery features varietals such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Sangiovese, Syrah, and Chardonnay.
Please join us on April 25th form 4pm - 6pm, for the unveiling of our newly remodeling tasting room.
Grand Reopening of Newly Remodeled Tasting Room Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Apr 25, 2014
Wine 4 Paws
Apr 26, 2014 - Apr 27
Vintage Paso Rack of Lamb Recipe
Apr 16, 2014
Le Vigne Italian Rack of Lamb<br /> Le Vigne Winery's Italian Rack of Lamb recipe paired with a 2010 Le Vigne Cabernet Sauvignon or 2011 Le Vigne Sangiovese<br /> <br /> Servings: One rack will feed two people<br /> Cook Time: 20 minutes<br /> Pair With: 2010 Le Vigne Cabernet Sauvignon or 2011 Le Vigne Sangiovese<br /> Cusine: Italian<br /> Source: Courtesy of Le Vigne Winery more ›
Wine Country This Month - New Tasting Room.
Mar 31, 2014
Le Vigne Winery has been a mainstay on the east side of PasoRobles since 1995. Owned by Sylvia and Walter Fillipini, Le Vigne is focused on producing high quality wines from their established estate vineyard. more ›
Battle of the Bartenders comes to Le Vigne
Mar 5, 2014
A Paso Robles sunset event. Shake it, stir it, sip it. Le Vigne Winery is proud to partner with American General Media to bring Battle of the Bartenders to the Central Coast. more ›
Le Vigne Winery's Winemaker Dinner at The Four Seasons The Biltmore
Feb 6, 2014
It’s lunchtime at The Biltmore, and I’m sitting at a table of esteemed gourmets, including one of Santa Barbara’s best chefs (Alessandro Cartumini), his recently appointed superstar sidekick (Grant MacDonald), and perhaps the West Coast’s most important “fromager,” whose knowledge of cheese, fruit, wine, and such things somehow manages to eclipse the captivating pronunciation of her full Russian name (Zinaida Vladimirovna Miakinkova-Engel), which contains, she notes with pride, more letters than the alphabet itself. more ›