Discover artisan wineries throughout Ventura. Enjoy craft wines at Four Brix Winery, wines honoring Maori culture that are served in ultramodern surroundings at Labyrinth Winery, or classic California wines at Plan B Wine Cellars. Ventura County has visitor-friendly options, including restaurants, hotels, shopping, and even water sports.
Oxnard Wine Trail
Oxnard is home to four distinctive wineries and tasting rooms. Herzog Wine Cellars offers everything from wine tastings to Mediterranean-inspired kosher cuisine at Tierra Sur. The award-winning Magnavino Cellars uses the latest technology producing several different varietals. Rancho Ventavo, located in historic Heritage Square, offers handmade red wines. And, for something edgy, Strey Cellars produces its specialty Zinfandel along with Sauvignon Blanc, Tempranillo, Chardonnay, and more.
Conejo Valley Wine Trail
With a prime spot at the far south of the Central Coast, Conejo Valley’s off-the-beaten-path wine trail offers great wine tastings close to Southern California. Discover Malibu-grown Chardonnay and Syrah at NABU Wines; Italian varietals including Nebbiolo, Montepulciano, and Dolcetto at Sunland Vintage Winery in Thousand Oaks; and artisanal Bordeaux blends from the micro-boutique Alma Sol Winery. Discover more small wineries tucked into the canyons and coastlines of the Conejo Valley.
Explore scenic CA Highway 126 between the city of Ventura and I-5 in Santa Clarita. Here, you’ll discover quaint towns of Santa Paula, Fillmore, and Piru that make up Heritage Valley. Explore the museums, antique shops, golf courses, produce stands, working ranches, boutique hotels, and wineries like Clos des Amis, where wine is made from Ventura County grapes.
Savor a range of flavor-packed varietals sourced from all over California and beyond. Camarillo is known for its small, family-owned wineries, including Back Patio Cellars, Camarillo Custom Crush Winery, Cantara Cellars, Dusty Nabor Wines, and Pantess Cellars. Camarillo’s wineries are dedicated to producing high-quality, award-winning wines. Indulge in a day or weekend of wine tasting in intimate, welcoming settings surrounded by the beautiful nearby valleys, hills, and mountains.
California's Central Coast consists of:VENTURA REGION: Ventura County, Camarillo, Conejo Valley, Heritage Valley, Oxnard, Simi Valley
SANTA BARBARA REGION: Santa Barbara County, Buellton, Carpinteria Valley, Lompoc Valley, Los Olivos, Santa Maria Valley, Solvang, Santa Ynez Valley
SAN LUIS OBISPO REGION: San Luis Obispo County, Arroyo Grande, Atascadero, Cambria, Cayucos, Grover Beach, Harmony, Morro Bay, Nipomo, Paso Robles, Pismo Beach, San Simeon
MONTEREY BAY REGION: Monterey County, Santa Cruz County, Carmel, Carmel Valley, Gilroy, Hollister, San Benito, San Juan Bautista
About Central Coast Tourism Council
The Central Coast Tourism Council (CCTC) is a non-profit organization comprised of Destination Management Organizations (DMOs; Convention & Visitor Bureaus, Chambers of Commerce, etc.) throughout the California Central Coast. Comprised of tourism and hospitality professionals, the mission of CCTC is to jointly promote the entire California Central Coast as a destination. The four regions that comprise California’s Central Coast include Monterey Bay, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, and Ventura. The CCTC also serves as the Central Coast’s voice in Sacramento, and as a partner with Visit California’s global marketing and advertising campaigns.