Allegretto Vineyard Resort is a warm, joyful and inclusive getaway where guests engage in exceptional experiences, spaces, services and amenities along their life’s journey. It is a peaceful, immersive place that welcomes visitors – guests and Paso Robles locals alike – to go deeper, walk the vineyards, tour the halls’ art and antiques from all over the world, spend quiet time in the Abbey, rejuvenate with a Chära class (a dynamic alternative to yoga) or lounge with a glass of wine in the Piazza Magica.
This spirit is cultivated through an array of on-property details designed to bring a lift to the heart and a smile to the face.
Gentle Hearts Yoga Class
February 15th & 16th
Open yourself to the loving energy of our special Valentine's Weekend yoga class instructed by Yoga and Meditation Teacher, Etan Boritzer.
Dream Interpretation Workshop
February 15th & 16th
Explore dream interpretation with Author and Dream analyst, Patricia Eltinge. During this workshop, we will decipher the symbols and messages of our dreams and how this understanding allows us to better communicate with our loved ones and others.
Chara Melt Fitness Class
Every Saturday Morning
Seek balance with the MELT Method, a simple self-treatment technique that utilizes specialized rollers to rejuvenate the connective tissue in your body.
Just outside Cello Ristorante & Bar, Chef Justin Picard and the kitchen staff keep a substantial chef’s garden in raised wood garden boxes. Edibles cycle seasonally but always include a wide variety of Mediterranean herbs.
At the back edge of the property, the spacious swimming pool and multi-jet hot tub are surrounded by vineyards and six cabanas with chaise lounges, providing enough space and privacy for a family to enjoy shade and comfort beside the pool. Cabana service from the poolside bar is available seasonally in warm months.
Purchased in the Indian state of Rajasthan, the garden’s free-standing swings were chosen by Doug Ayres for their style and design.
Throughout the grounds of the resort are several Adirondack chairs made from the used staves of wine barrels, purchased on the coast in Cambria, California.
For heat at night and in cold weather, the Cello Ristorante & Bar patio offers iron fire bowls curated from Rajasthan, that may have originally intended for cooking large quantities of food.