Clayhouse Wines


All Clayhouse Wines come from our Red Cedar Vineyard. It is certified sustainably-farmed. The vines range over rolling terrain on the benchlands above the Estrella River. From its many individual varietal blocks, winemaker Blake Kuhn selects his favorite rows for special attention, in the vineyard and the winery. From small-bin fermentations through individual barrel selections, these become Clayhouse Wines.


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Old Vine Petite Sirah

Petite Sirah is special for Clayhouse. This deep, dark, red grape, developed by French botanist Francois Durif in the 1860s, has found a modern-day home in Paso Robles. Our 46-year-old, own-rooted Red Cedar Vineyard vines (oldest on the Central Coast) yield amazing Petite Sirah wines.

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Petite Sirah

About Clayhouse

There's an adobe home among the vines at Red Cedar Vineyard. It's no longer habitable, but we maintain it... and it's holding up pretty well after more than 150 years.

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Clayhouse

Red Cedar Vineyard

Our estate vineyard. Paso Robles AVA (spanning two new sub-AVAs). A historic adobe home that inspired our winery name and graces our labels. A remarkable range of microclimates and elevations (the most terraced acres in Paso Robles).

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Red Cedar Vineyard

Here on California’s Central Coast, Clayhouse and Adobe are part of Paso Robles, America’s fastest growing fine wine region.