Bridlewood Estate Winery is a lovely winery that produces a broad range of award-winning wines including Syrah wines and Rhone blends, as well as Pinot Noir, Zinfandel, Grenache, Chardonnay, and Viognier. In addition, Bridlewood makes smaller, limited releases, including a Syrah Port.

Enjoy the elegance of the Central Coast at this 105-acre estate in the heart of Santa Barbara County. Built in a rustic, Spanish-style reminiscent of California's historic missions, Bridlewood is a destination all its own. This former race-horse rehabilitation center has been transformed into a dramatic resort-like winery operation. Sample the limited release wines in an intimate tasting room and experience a distinctive taste of Wine Country.

A forest of trees greets you as you drive up to the Spanish-style building, complete with a traditional mission-style bell tower, tile roofs and broad verandas. Beyond the circular driveway, olive trees, and fountain and olive trees, a veranda leads to the large wooden doors of the tasting room. An extensive selection of clothing, wine accessories and packaged gourmet foods is also available. Outside, flagstone patios with magnificent views of the property including the pond, vineyards, full-sized race track, and horse stables.

To ensure an good experience and personalized attention for their guests, advanced reservations are required.

Premier Tasting Experience

Bridlewood Estate Winery's Premier Tasting offers a tasting flight that highlights limited release wines from Santa Barbara County. This experience also includes a taste of gently pressed Bridlewood Olive Oil. This tasting is a wonderful introduction to the tasting room exclusive wines.

Collectors Tasting Experience

The Collectors Tasting showcases a selection of Bridlewood Estate Winery's top tasting room exclusive wines. This seated tasting experience is conducted in a beautiful barrel room.

Estate Winery Tour and Tasting

The Estate Winery Tour and Tasting begins with a walking tour of the scenic estate vineyard where guests are introduced to block specific wines and learn more about the vineyard. The journey ends in the cellar room with a seated black glass tasting where guests are challenged to figure out what varietal is in the glass without seeing it.