Storum Ranch Cider & Wine offers a unique taste experience. Our tasting room is open Friday-Saturday-Sunday from 11am to 5pm and serves traditional estate ciders made exclusively from our Julian orchard along with a selection of wines made from San Diego county grapes, along with a wide variety of premium olive oils and balsamic vinegars.
Bastian’s Vineyards is located in beautiful Highland Valley. We are a boutique winery with patio outdoor tasting areas. We currently offer 5 wines for tasting. Most are estate wines. We are open for business from 12pm to 5pm every weekend . Please visit our website: bastiansvineyards.com. I invite you to join our mailing list for additional information. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cactus Star Vineyard at Scaredy Cat Ranch is a small boutique estate winery located in the Ramona Valley AVA, Ramona, California…..home to over 35 wineries!! Free winery maps on our outdoor covered patio. Our estate varietals are Petit Verdot, Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon and Malbec. Our patio season for 2021, starts Halloween weekend. After this opening, we will be open the 2nd and 4th weekends of each month. OPENS at 1:00pm and CLOSES at 4:00 pm. We will remain open the 2nd and 4th weekends until we run out of wine, usually NLT March, with your kind support! Please join us to taste our award winning estate wines made right here at the ranch….. grown, produced and bottled by Joe Cullen, winemaker/owner, who will be pouring for you. He would be happy to talk wine, anytime!!! Call 760-787-0779. ScaredyCatRanch.com.
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Small Batch, Estate Wines. We are picnic friendly and dog friendly and children are always welcome!
Crystal Hill Vineyard – Open Fri, Sat, Sun 11-6
The indoor tasting room, heated in winter and cooled in summer, is loaded with antiques (including the family Civil War Drum, featured on Antiques Roadshow) & comfortable seating areas. A giant dining table can be reserved for you and your wine touring friends. A collection of Pacific Northwest First Nation’s art is featured in the tasting room. A Carriage House with Model A and Teardrop Trailer, aeronautic memorabilia and other antiques and stories by Norm are an attraction. A courtyard with a graceful pepper tree and fountain are other areas to enjoy.
Wine maker Elaine makes a big, bold, dry, red wine you can stand your spoon up in, which is what she likes, and so do many of their visitors. Fonzi Field Blend is their signature blend of Petite Sirah and Zinfandel. Wine Club is free to join, and shipping outside San Diego is also free for Club Members.
The vineyard is the site of an ancient native village with metates, arrowheads and other artifacts. There’s a memorial to 2 Navy pilots killed on the property in 1961, and a mediation labyrinth. The tasting room has a self-guided tour book, as well as a folder “The Birds of Hatfield Creek”.
Ask to subscribe to the Hatfield Herald to learn more about the Second Sunday Suppers, monthly Trivia Contest, Art Classes, Wine Club benefits, and other activities. Also ask about their Adopt-a-Vine Program, a perfect gift along with a bottle of fine wine for your oenophile friends. Wine Club members are welcome to book their special occasion celebrations at Hatfield Creek Winery. Call Elaine at 760-787-1102 to get planning yours.
Norm and Elaine are proud to say every wine they’ve ever entered into a competition has won a medal, have been nominated for Best Winery in San Diego County and they are winners of the San Diego County Trail Blazer’s Award. Their logo won Editor’s Choice Award from Winemaker Magazine.
Our boutique winery is located in Ramona CA,the heart of San Diego wine country, we specialize in small batch high quality wines from local and estate grapes and we are the only certified sustainable winery in San Diego and the Ramona Valley AVA. Open: Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 11 to 6 pm
Boutique winery at the west end of Ramona, open Saturday and Sunday noon to 5. Our award winning wines include Estate Sangiovese, Estate Tempranillo, Estate Sangiovese (brunello clone), Cabernet Sauvignon, Rose, Sangria, Red Blends and Grenache. We offer a relaxing tasting experience. Bring lunch or snacks and stay awhile.
Opening Memorial Day Weekend 2022!
Scenic Valley Ranch is a boutique winery located on the outskirts of Ramona in beautiful Ballena Valley. Here, we are crafting wine from grapes that are hand harvested from our estate as well as Ramona Valley vineyards. Come see what what San Diego’s wine country has to offer.
We make all of the wines we sell, and all of our wines are made from grapes grown either onsite or in vineyards within 1.5 miles from the winery as the crow flies. At Sunrise Vineyards you get a wine that truly reflects the Ramona Valley American Viticultural Area (and more specifically, the west side of the AVA). Stop by to experience how good local can be
Toasted Oak Winery is a mom and pop operation that began as a retirement hobby. Roger and Marcia bought the burned-out parcel that would become their vineyard in 2008, naming their future winery after the one surviving tree on the property, a “toasted” oak tree. Nine years later, after clearing, planting the vines, and building the winery, they were able to open their tasting room for business.
We are open for outdoor tastings on our patio Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 1:00 to 6:00 pm. You’re welcome to bring a picnic to enjoy with the wine!
Our goal is to produce full-bodied, vineyard-driven wines that are true to their varietal character. Although the current industry trend is to move toward lighter, “easy-drinking” wines, there is still a place in our hearts for big, full-bodied red wines! This is a goal, but not always the end result. Tradition and dogma are important, but so are innovation, creativity, and variety. We are still waiting to see what the “previously-avocado-grove” terroir produces in the long run, but the aim to produce enjoyable and hopefully complex wines from great grapes grown with TLC.
Rules? Who needs rules? Weather and other factors are usually beyond our control, so we work with what he have! It’s definitely a work in progress and we hope you get a chance to share in the “fruits” of our labors. Cheers!