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San Marcos Creek Winery seeks sucessor 

San Marcos Creek Vineyard and Winery is seeking a successor to take over the award-winning vineyard and wine tasting estate in Paso Robles.

Several years ago, Roberto Morelli along with his wife Kimberly purchased San Marcos Creek Vineyard and Winery with the intention of leaving the bustle of the Bay Area to slow down in the country. After following their dream of a slower pace of life in the Central Coast and combining that with their love of wine, they quickly realized the unlimited opportunities of their new property.

Since successfully developing existing and new avenues of what the winery had to offer, the Morellis are now looking forward to retirement. With that, their mission has shifted to finding the right successor to carry on with reaping the benefits from the lucrative winery lifestyle.

The estate now includes the winery and vineyard, a tasting room, and a newly renovated bed and breakfast with luxury guest suites. The scenic setting hosts a fishing pond, historic buildings, and trails for walking the vineyard. Beyond that, a multipurpose Hall has been added to host a plethora of events from corporate retreats to weddings to artisan weekend markets and music nights.

The estate located in the rolling hills of Paso Robles is a continuation of the family’s Italian farming traditions and love of the land. Each wine crafted tells a story of mineral-rich soils, hand-harvested vineyards, experience, and tradition.

San Marcos Creek Vineyard specializes in small lots of finely crafted, single vineyard, estate grown and produced varietals. The family owned and operated winery prime property that includes a tasting room, a terrace, a “Crush Room,” luxury guest accommodation, trails for walking the vineyards, venue for weddings, special events, live music, picnics, a bocce ball court, and a fishing pond.

For more information contact Debbi DiMaggio at (510) 414-6777 or

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