Wine Tasting in San Diego County? Yes, Please

Wine Tasting in San Diego County? Yes, Please

The greatest gift you can give your aging parents is spending time with them. If your folks are wine lovers, why not plan a special day of wine tasting? No need to travel to Napa Valley or even outside the greater San Diego area, as there are plenty of wineries to choose from in our own backyard. Here are 10 to consider visiting. Wilson Creek Winery & Vineyards. Wilson Creek is located in Southern California’s wine country, Temecula Valley. Family owned and operated since 1996, it’s known for its almond champagne and chocolate port. Bernardo Winery. Founded in 1889, Rancho Bernardo’s Bernardo Winery is the oldest continuously operating winery in Southern California. You can explore the sprawling property, home to 2,500 vines, browse more than a dozen shops onsite, and visit the tasting room where there are over 30 local wines to sample. Hacienda de las Rosas Winery. Hacienda de las Rosas is a family-owned boutique winery in Ramona that uses California grapes, many grown in San Diego County, to produce wines that embrace the essence of Spanish winemaking traditions. It also has a tasting room located in Fiesta de Reyes plaza, in the heart of historic Old Town San Diego. Hawk Watch Winery. Located in the mountains near Warner Springs, Hawk Watch uses old-world winemaking techniques that result in full-bodied, bold reds and elegant, fruit-driven whites. The entire winemaking process from crushing the freshly picked grapes to bottling the finished wine is done on-premises. Menghini Winery. Julian’s Menghini Winery is nestled in the foothills of Volcan Mountain and surrounded by apple orchards and a six-acre vineyard. It produces...
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