Chamisal was the first vineyard planted in 1973 in what would later become the Edna Valley AVA. Located just outside the city of San Luis Obispo, California, the winery specializes in handcrafted Chardonnay and Pinot Noir that express the wild and inspiring beauty of its 82-acre estate vineyard situated five miles from the Pacific Ocean. The winery has long been at the forefront of sustainability efforts in the region and has recently shifted towards organic and biodynamic practices to improve soil health and biodiversity of the estate. The winery has introduced numerous regenerative agricultural measures, including the installation of a Miyawaki forest to sequester carbon and a community vegetable garden that is farmed on behalf of the San Luis Obispo Food Bank. Chamisal Vineyards boasts a perfect trifecta of gorgeous scenery, weather and wine with year-round events for SLO locals and visitors alike to sip and savor. The winery is located at 7525 Orcutt Rd in San Luis Obispo, CA.