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Amongst the rolling hills and oak trees of Paso Robles, the Rolph Family Farm is home to vineyards, olive trees, fruit orchards, honey bees, horses, hens, dogs, and an extensive vegetable garden. 

John & Elizabeth Rolph


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The Rolphs moved from Los Angeles to Paso Robles in 2000 to pursue their passion for farming and wine. John and Elizabeth, a statistician and researcher at RAND, respectively, settled in the Adelaida wine district – an area that is ideal for planting while being both close to their sons and grandchildren.

The Farm

Beginning with five acres of Syrah in 2002, John now grows six red wine varietals over thirty acres of rolling hills.  While primarily a supplier of grapes for local wineries, John also produces a small amount of wine for family and friends under the label Grapes of Rolph.

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Growing up on a farm and participating in 4H, Elizabeth discovered her love of farming at an early age. At the farm she is responsible for the vegetable gardens, fruit orchards, and olive trees - all while raising chickens, hens, bees, horses, and dogs.  The Rolph's now enjoy eggs, honey, chicken, fruit, vegetables, herbs, and olive oil- all from their back yard!    

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