Wineries in Spring Valley


Four-Hour Group Wine Tour for One or Two from VIP Temecula (60% Off)

VIP Temecula

Temecula

$199 $79

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Wine Tour with Tastings for Six from A Vineyard Tour of Temecula (46% Off)

A Vineyard Tour of Temecula

Old Town Temecula

Up to four wine tastings include chocolate and gourmet cheese on a five-hour wine tour in a limo van with surround-sound and satellite radio

$1,159 $625

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Horse-Drawn Trolley Winery Shuttle for One, Two, or Four from Temecula Carriage Company (Up to 62% Off)

The Temecula Carriage Company

Temecula

Vintage horse-drawn trolleys roll down wine-country roads, pausing for tours at four wineries and vineyards

$75 $30

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$39 for a Signature Winery Tour and Wine Tasting at Leoness Cellars in Temecula ($75 Value)

Leoness Cellars

Temecula

On a two-hour tour, guests learn the processes of traditional winemaking while sampling its fruits

$75 $39

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Wine Tasting for Two or Four with Credit Toward Wine at Longshadow Ranch Vineyard and Winery (Up to 52% Off)

Longshadow Ranch Vineyard and Winery

Longshadow Ranch Winery

Tasting of five premium wines is enhanced by panoramic views of Temecula Valley at a rustic, Western-influenced winery

$40 $19

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Wine Tour and Tasting for Two or Four at Lorimar Vineyards and Winery (56% Off)

Lorimar Vineyards & Winery

Temecula

Take a chauffeured tour through the 22-acre estate, and enjoy a guided tasting of six hand-selected library wines from the vineyard

$80 $35

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Lunch With the Wine Maker and Tour for One or Two at Emerald Creek Winery (Up to 74% Off)

Emerald Creek Winery

Warner Springs

Perfect for novice and aficionados alike, this tour-and-lunch covers a slew of wine-related topics and features wine samples throughout

$125 $39

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Select Local Merchants

Whether you're at the rustic bar made of repurposed barrels or outside on the sunny patio, wine glasses clink and swirl at San Diego Cellars, where the varietals shift with the seasons. Curated by the knowledgeable staff and paired with bites from the kitchen, wines are available by the flights that guide sippers through a series of flavors, styles, and sensations. Tasting menus are available on San Diego Cellars' website. San Diego Cellars also offers wine club memberships to those looking to further their collection and knowledge of vinos, with special tastings and events specifically for members.
2215 Kettner Blvd
San Diego,
CA
US
Vinavanti Urban Winery vintner Eric Van Drunen's wines taste good on their own, but they're just as good to the earth as they are to their drinkers. This year, Vinavanti was the first San Diego winery to be certified as organic. This means its locally sourced grapes are sustainably farmed and its winemaking process is organic. After Van Drunen and his team hand-sort their grapes, they allow them to ferment spontaneously, without the aid of yeasts or bacteria. They also eschew other common additives, avoiding sulfites and even oak barrels, which infuse wine with oaky notes, resulting in all-natural, farm-to-table wines.
9550 Waples Street, Suite 115A
San Diego,
CA
US
San Paqual Winery proprietors Linda and Mike McWilliams make wine? but they don't grow any grapes. They prefer to leave the rigors of raising grapes to their local vineyards, who they purchase them from. As an urban winery, they craft their vintages on the micro-level, making small batches and infusing them with an Old-World character and unique flavors such as habanero passion fruit.
5151 Santa Fe St
San Diego,
CA
US
At Wine A Bit Coronado, meals and drinks go down in sips and nibbles. The owners wanted an environment in which people could feel free to unwind while trying new wines and interesting pairings at their own pace. To that end, they collected a wine list from around the world, along with a robust selection of house wines made especially for them. They hold casual tastings in a comfy back room every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evening, pouring samples of up to seven wines for guests to try. These events tend to coincide with the presence of a musician, who offers up tunes to please the ears as visitors train their palates and sample appetizers such as artisan flatbreads and brie-and-apple stacks drizzled with agave nectar. Also onsite are more than 20 craft beers made by local brewers.
928 Orange Avenue
Coronado,
CA
US
Grown across 43 picturesque acres in the Valley of the Sun, eight varieties of grapes grow plump on the estate vines of Mahogany Mountain Vineyard and Winery. Hand-picked, crushed, pressed, and tucked away to develop, these grapes transform into syrah, zinfandel, and port, just to name a few of the winery's varietals. Inside the tasting room or out on the shaded patio, visitors can get a taste of these labors, trying sips of the different styles of wine or ordering them by the glass.
14905 Mussey Grade Rd
Ramona,
CA
US
The Ramona Valley's long history of winemaking dates back to early Spanish missionaries who settled into the area in the late 1700s and early 1800s. The region’s altitude, high rainfall, and stable pattern of hot days and cool nights nurture the high-quality grapes fermented by Pamo Valley, Shawaesdall, and Lenora vineyards. After assisting with the winery’s operations for several years, Jennifer Jenkin took full ownership of Pamo Valley Winery in March 2007, turning the venture into one of the only women-owned wineries in the area. She produces award-winning wines in limited quantities to ensure that each contains captivating flavor notes and deter mutiny attempts by any one varietal. Schwaesdall Winery lies along 6 acres of boulder-strewn property managed by vintner and San Diego native John Schwaesdall. John first developed a passion for winemaking while working with vineyards planted in the 1950s—a passion that grew into a fulltime vocation after he planted, fed, and clothed 4.5 acres of his own vines. He and his pet turkey Zinny oversee the production of red and white wines, which visitors can sample in a tasting room constructed of straw bales. The rural vineyards of Lenora Winery produce eight distinct wine grapes, which ferment into the winery’s selection of single-origin and blended wines. A screened-in tasting room and separate picnic area allow guests to sample the wines surrounded by countryside scenery and the gazes of jealous sommelier squirrels.
17677 Rancho De Oro Dr
Ramona,
CA
US