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1007 Magnolia Avenue, Ramona, CA, United States
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1534 Sleeping Indian Down Hill, Oceanside, CA, USA

Hours: Saturday and Sunday Noon to 4:00pm

All other days/hours by appointment only

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375 Skyline Drive, Vista, CA, United States

Specializing in Ports and Sherry. 100% Estate wine.

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17872 Oak Grove Road, Ramona, CA, United States
760-789-6234760-789-6234
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15732 Highland Valley Rd, Escondido, CA 92025, USA
Correcaminos Vineyard
1941 Lilac Road, Ramona, CA, United States

Located in Ramona, California Correcaminos Vineyard makes beautifully, hand-crafted wines from estate and local grapes. Correcaminos, meaning Roadrunner, focuses on the nature of the rural Ramona lifestyle.

Open Friday-Sunday, 12pm-5pm

24067 Old Julian Hwy, Ramona, CA, USA
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18259 Chablis Road, Ramona, CA 92065, United States

Our tasting room and patio are open Saturday and Sunday from 12 noon to 6 pm.  Reservations are available Monday – Friday

1152 a Jaybird Ln, Ramona, CA, United States
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1625 Highway 78, Ramona, CA, United States

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.

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18545 Rangeland Road, Ramona, CA, United States

Highland Hills Winery is a family owned vineyard and winery in the Ramona Valley.  We planted our vineyard in the spring of 2007, and opened the doors to our tasting room in the summer of 2011.   We have over 15 different varietals, featuring vines that hail from the Rhone Valley in France, along with some Italian varietals.  We started this momentous project with the goal of creating both tasteful wines and a relaxing experience for all of our customers.

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4470 State Hwy 78, Julian, CA, USA

Tasting Room located at Julian Wine & Chocolate

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16850 Old Survey Rd, Escondido, CA, United States
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603 Main Street, Ramona, CA, United States

OPEN 7 DAYS!

MON-WED 2-6pm, THUR-FRI 2-8pm, SAT-SUN 12-5pm

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18425 Highland Valley Rd, Ramona, CA 92065
Overlooking the beautiful Highland Valley of Ramona there are about 4 acres of grapes that enjoy the breeze, which blows most of the day. The Aglianico grape, (pronounced “A-ya-nico”), originated from the word Hellenic, Ellenico in Italian, means, “from Greece.” Around the 1500ad its name transformed to Aglianico. In Italy, Aglianico is considered the Barolo of the south. Our Aglianico grapes were first planted in early 2007. Approximately, 2000 vines were planted both on the east and west sides of the vineyard. Followed, was the Nebbiolo, planted only on the east side. In 2008 and 2011 we added the Aleatico grapes. We produce two kinds of wines from this grape: a dry wine and sweet dessert wine, both with incredible aromas. Wikipedia claims that, “Aleatico may very well be the most ancient wine grape.” Before the Romans times, the Greek settlers brought the first Aglianico grapes to Naples, Italy (Nea Polis or New City). From there, because of its particular characteristics, the Romans adopted the grape to make the very first commercial wine, the Falerno and exported it in the whole Roman world. Recent studies that were made on the skin of the Aglianico grapes, have shown unique preserving capabilities. The Nebbiolo is a grape mostly grown in the northern Italian region of Piemonte. From the Nebbiolo grapes, the Barolo wine is made and it is one of the most coveted Italian wines.
We are open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, from Noon to Sunset.
Our Award Winning Wines

2013 Dark Rose Aglianico
Ramona Valley Estate Wine, Alc. 12.5%

– Gold Medal 2014 – Artisan Awards
– Silver Medal 2014 – Orange County International Competition
– Bronze Medal 2014 – Pacific Rim Wine Competition

2012 Dark Rose Aglianico
Ramona Valley Estate Wine, Alc. 12.9%

– Silver Medal 2013 – Orange County International Competition.
– Bronze Medal 2014 – Finger Lakes International competition, Rochester, NY.
– Bronze Medal 2014 – Toast of the Coast, San Diego Wine Competition

This pleasing rosé is so red it could pass as a Chianti. This dry Rose’ offers a refreshing palate-cleansing quality throughout. The nose has cherry, strawberry, is light and fresh with forest berry and cranberry aromas.
Aglianico is naturally high in malic acid and you can taste that crispness here.

2012 Aglianico sulfites free
Ramona Valley Estate Wine, Alc. 13%

– Gold Medal 2014 – Artisan Awards
– Silver Medal 2014 – Rochester NY Finger Lakes International competition
– Bronze Medal 2014 – Riverside Intenational Wine Competition
– Bronze Medal 2014 – Orange County Fair Commercial Wine Competition

Some 18 months of oak aging adds elements of dark spice and smoke; and the wine shows firm tannins and a long, polished mouthfeel. It’s very elegant and should withstand many more years of cellar aging.
No sulfites where used on the grapes and during the wine process.

2011 Aglianico
Ramona Valley Estate Wine, Alc. 13.2%

– Silver Medal 2012 – Riverside County international competition
– Silver Medal 2013 – Toast of the Coast, San Diego Wine Competition
– Bronze Medal 2013 – Orange County Fair Commerial Wine Competition
– Bronze Medal 2015 – Ramona Valley Wine Competition

This special wine was aged for 18 months in oak and shows a massively long and intense finish, with evolving notes of black berries, ash, prune, spice, there’s a long tail of black fruit on the finish.

2012 Trio
34% Aglianico Ramona Valley Estate Wine – 33% Cab. Sauvignon – 33% Cab. Franc. Temecula Valley. Alc.13%

– Gold Medal 2014 – Artisan Awards
– Bronze Medal 2014 – Finger Lakes International competition Rochester NY.
– Bronze Medal 2014 – Riverside Intenational Wine Competition
– Bronze Medal 2014 – Pacific Rim Wine Competition

Is a bold and blush wine with ripe aromas of blackberry pie, clove and nutmeg. Its velvety, smooth mouthfeel helps balance the wine’s overall austerity.

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23578 Highway 78, Ramona, CA, United States

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

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2754 Calhoun St, Suite G San Diego, CA, United States

We are proud to pour the best of San Diego County!
At Rose’s we offer Wine & Beer produced in San Diego County.
​The quality of Beer & Wine in San Diego is OUTSTANDING!
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Rose’s Tasting Room is located inside Fiesta de Reyes
in Old Town San Diego, State Historic Park 2754 Calhoun St. Ste G San Diego, CA. 92110
Open Daily from 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM  |   ​619-293-7673

Please note : Rose’s is a 21+ facility

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17677 Rancho De Oro Drive, Ramona, CA, United States
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25260 Old Julian Hwy, Ramona, CA, United States

Beautifully hand crafted wines in a peaceful country setting. Named Travel & Leisure’s #2 Vineyard in the United States. At Vineyard Grant James, we strive to express the purest form of wine. When you drink a Vineyard Grant James wine, we want you to feel the sense of place and hard work that went into making that bottle the best. We use all of our estate grapes, as well as source grapes from other local vineyards in Ramona Valley. We want to keep Ramona wine pure and focus on the boutique quality that stays true to the region. Come taste the beauty of Vineyard Grant James wine on our stone veranda overlooking our Sangiovese vineyard and the hills of the Ramona Valley. You will be welcomed with pure hospitality and have the opportunity to experience luxury wine in a perfect relaxed countryside setting. We hope that you come to visit us in Ramona, California for the chance to enjoy our wine and share in the simple pleasures of good wine and good people. While you’re here be sure to try our popular and award winning wines, including: Viognier, Rose of Syrah, Sangiovese, Zinfandel, Nebbiolo, Merlot, Syrah and Petite Sirah.

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17073 Garjan Lane, Ramona, CA, United States
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15454 Highlands Crest Way, Escondido, CA, USA

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!

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