Intent on contributing to the rise of an Old World-style wine country in Temecula Valley, Rev Winery harvests grapes from more than 30 acres of vineyards to create organic, palate-friendly wines. These grapes include traditional European vinifera varietals, producing everything from syrah and merlot to cabernet sauvignon and sangiovese, but the winery embraces modern, New World-driven advancements in winemaking techniques and technologies. Rev Winery also features a robust zinfandel made from 43-year-old vines, which are easily identifiable thanks to their Nixon-Agnew presidential campaign stickers.
Beside the Rhine River in Germany or in sun-soaked fields in Tuscany and California, vines grow heavy with ripe fruit. These jewel-toned morsels fill bottles at PRP Wine International, whose consultants then share the global terroir during special events and private tastings at home. Each staff member has a library of facts about wine production and consumption on the tip of their tongue, as well as several varieties of corkscrews hanging from their mandated utility belt. An online shop organizes varietals, such as montepulciano and gewürztraminer, by their taste profile and country of origin, and sparkling wines are searchable by price point. To deepen their client's connection to their favorite bottle, they may either be etched or emblazoned with custom labels that commemorate an event or deliver a dry thank you.
For couples heading out on the town, The Hobbit Restaurant's dim lighting and fine French fare create the perfect date-night dinner spot.
If you're looking for low-fat food, look elsewhere. If you're looking for great-tasting food, come to The Hobbit Restaurant.
The bar at The Hobbit Restaurant is fully stocked, so pair your meal with a glass of wine or beer.
Give the restaurant a call to reserve your table ahead of time.
Dress up for your night on the town so you can feel great while you eat great.
Feed the gang at your next get-together with catering from The Hobbit Restaurant as well.
Tired of driving in circles? Head to The Hobbit Restaurant for a bite to eat and find quick parking in the lot next door.
The Hobbit Restaurant is a little bit on the pricey side, so save it for a special night out.
Once an actual storage facility, Packing House Wine Merchants converted the novel space into a comfortable wine bar, shop, and lounge stocked with high-quality vintages from around the world. Silky libations like the Godspeed cabernet from Napa Valley ($11 per glass) seduce the senses with a complex balance of black cherry infusions, mineral hints, and spices. Opt for the chilled sweetness of Germany's Armand Kabinett riesling ($7.50 per glass) and be rewarded with the mingled pleasures of apricot, musk, melon, mango, and brown-spiced persimmon. The adventurous and mathematically inclined can pair a thematic tasting, each with two to six samples ($5–$17), with one of four specialty cheese plates ($15 each) for an endless permutation of tasty tippling. Packing House also offers live music entertainment on Saturdays to entertain the wine while it awaits its inevitable fate.
Since 1978, the staff of Liquorama has helped visitors navigate the impressive inventory of rare wines, beers, and spirits that line the store's many aisles. Drop in for wine tastings three times a week?Friday evenings include sips from an Enomatic wine dispenser, while Saturday afternoons host enlightening custom tastings designed for groups of 10 or more. The store also stocks a variety of accessories for crafting drinks, hosting parties, and pouring beer into its appropriate glassware.
Chances are that, right now, a shipment of crushed grapes is en route to The Wine Tailor, ready to be made into one of the winery's 30 plus signature wines. The Wine Tailor has been forging partnerships with premium vineyards from around the world and the giant cork tree at its center. These relationships have been quite fruitful, producing red, white, and fruit-infused wines.
To help patrons select from all of these choices, The Wine Tailor hosts tastings within its Rancho Cucamonga store. The winery doesn't limit customers to one wine list, though?it also welcomes them to craft their own custom wines using the Tailor's formidable stock of grapes.