$28 for a Masia de Yabar Vineyard and Winery Tour with Tastings, Snacks, and a Keepsake Glass ($75 Value)

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Tour the winery, learning about the process of winemaking, before tasting six wines paired with cheese, fruit, and chocolate

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$28 for a Winery Tour and Tastings ($75 Value)

While strolling through the vineyard and winery, tour-takers learn the process of winemaking, from plucking the grapes to fermenting and bottling. Once inside the tasting room, participants taste six wines paired with cheese, crackers, and fruit. Finally, guests sample the winery’s port with a chocolate pod and receive a keepsake wine glass. Tours begin at 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.

Masia de Yabar Vineyard and Winery

Loosely translated as Manor House, Masia de Yabar Vineyard and Winery mimics the style of a Spanish villa—a gently gabled, terracotta roof caps low stucco walls with arched outlooks. The villa hints at the Yabar family's Spanish ancestry, as well as their passion for winemaking. Today, the Yabar family oversees the production of a handful of wines and leads tastings in an earth-toned room. During tours of the vineyard and winery, they demystify the process of making wines by showing visitors their purple toes. In the shade of palms, they host art classes and live concerts, welcoming guests to relax on the patio with a spicy-sweet malbec or a full-bodied cabernet sauvignon.

Masia de Yabar Vineyard and Winery

Loosely translated as Manor House, Masia de Yabar Vineyard and Winery mimics the style of a Spanish villa—a gently gabled, terracotta roof caps low stucco walls with arched outlooks. The villa hints at the Yabar family's Spanish ancestry, as well as their passion for winemaking. Today, the Yabar family oversees the production of a handful of wines and leads tastings in an earth-toned room. During tours of the vineyard and winery, they demystify the process of making wines by showing visitors their purple toes. In the shade of palms, they host art classes and live music, welcoming guests to relax on the patio with a spicy-sweet malbec or a full-bodied temtranillo.

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