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Beverly and Earl McDougal picked the perfect gardening spot: 18 acres of land on the 33? latitude, where the weather allows flowers, trees, and shrubs to bloom every day of the year. In 1984, when they first began constructing the estate, it was a private, Victorian-style event space. Today, the 18 acres of gardens?filled with annuals, perennials, and drought-resistant Mediterranean flora?are open to the public. Couples and families can stroll along paths that twist through the lush, aromatic scenery, relax on a bench, or make a reservation for a meal at the on-site restaurant.

220 Grand Tradition Way
Fallbrook,
CA
US

An elegant chateau sits on the hill at the center of Leoness Cellars’ vineyard, overlooking 70 acres lush with grapes. The chateau welcomes guests who come to visit its tasting rooms and serves as a compass of sorts for those who wander too far on walks through the purplish fields. It looks on as couples recite their vows during wedding ceremonies, and it houses a complete production facility where daily tour groups learn about the age-old methods of crushing, aging, and singing soft lullabies to grapes. Chef Daragh Matheson fills the chateau’s kitchen with the aromas of Alaskan salmon, ahi tuna, and beef carpaccio—specialties that pair exquisitely with the cellars’ wines.

38311 De Portola Rd
Temecula,
CA
US

On certain nights, belly dancers in bejeweled costumes wind between the tables at The Greek Place, showing off their moves as gauzy scarves trail behind them. Back in the bustling kitchen, chefs stuff grape leaves with herbed rice, whip up fresh hummus and tzatziki, and layer potatoes, eggplant, and béchamel sauce in moussaka. A dessert such as the phyllo-dough-and-walnut baklava, along with a pyrotechnic-fueled closing ceremony, brings meals to a memorable end.

27326 Jefferson Ave
Temecula,
CA
US

The savvy guides behind DeVine Tours give groups insight into the winemaking process during approximately five-hour trips that cover every step from crushing to tasting. During their daily tours, groups set out to a rotating lineup of stops that feature some of Temecula's finest wineries. Passengers have ample opportunities to taste bold reds, dry whites, and sweeter varietals, and purchase wine at each winery along the tour.

43980 Mahlon Vail Circle #2502
Temecula,
CA
US

At Siam Kitchen, skillful chefs whip together a multitude of noodles, rice, curry, teriyaki, and other authentic Thai dishes to create an expansive menu of flavors. A choice of pork, beef, chicken, or tofu is the main star in the pad gra tiem prig thai dish, where adoring chefs shower it with garlic-pepper sauce and heartfelt love letters on a stage of lettuce and cilantro ($8.95). Nosh on traditional fried rice ($7.95) or slurp up the pad woon sen ($7.95), where chicken, shrimp, a host of vegetables, and silver noodles mingle with a house brown sauce. In a teriyaki dish, a choice of meat or tofu mingles with chopped cabbage and carrots in a homemade teriyaki sauce ($8.95), teaming up to satisfy cravings for zest and fit the pieces of their friendship necklaces together.

44535 Bedford Ct
Temecula,
CA
US

We are a Spanish Tapas Wine Bar located in beautiful Old Town Temecula. We bring the fresh flavors of Spanish foods and wines to Temecula.

41955 5th St
Temecula,
CA
US