Whether you prefer white or red, Kristy's Wood Oven and Wine Bar has a large selection of the finest wines.
Whether you prefer a deep red or dry white, the restaurant is home to a wide variety of wines from numerous regions around the world.
Open air seating is ready for diners at Kristy's Wood Oven and Wine Bar when the weather is warm.
Wifi here is on the house.
Kristy's Wood Oven and Wine Bar is a dog-friendly establishment, so bring your pup along.
Weekend diners may find themselves waiting for a table, as Friday and Saturday nights tend to draw a crowd.
Ordering food? You can pick it up yourself!
At Kristy's Wood Oven and Wine Bar, service is a priority. That why we provide parking spaces on site.
Kristy's Wood Oven and Wine Bar makes bikers feel at ease with the multiple storage racks outside.
Checks are bigger than average at the restaurant, so prepare your wallet.
When you need to wind down after a long day at work, come to Kristy's Wood Oven and Wine Bar and enjoy a glass of wine or two.
So when you're in the mood for some delicious American dishes, don't look further than Kristy's Wood Oven and Wine Bar.
If you're seeking a highly-rated American restaurant in the area, look no further than Kristy's Wood Oven and Wine Bar.
Malibu is famed for its stunning beaches, but walk 4 miles inland and you'll find another coastal treasure—the wines of The Rosenthal Malibu Estate. In 1987, George Rosenthal began the process of planting the estate's first vines, which now spread across 250 acres of unique microclimate perfectly suited for grape growing. Sunny during the day and cool and breezy at night, the land yields red and white varietals, including more than 30 gold-medal award-winning varieties of chardonnay, viognier, cabernet sauvignon, merlot, petit verdot, and cabernet franc. Winemaker Christian Roguenant oversees the entire process, from aging the wines in French oak barrels to tickling the grapes until their juice falls out.
Visitors to the Tasting Room, located on the scenic Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu just a few miles north of Santa Monica, can relax and enjoy sunny ocean views while sipping their favorite Rosenthal or Surfrider wine. Guests are invited to bring their own picnic or purchase a snack from the small selection of cheese and crackers.
This safari starts out like most:
passengers board an open-top vehicle that cruises over sun-kissed landscapes and stops for sightings of exotic wildlife. But the focus here isn't on spotting indigenous animals––it's on sampling the local wine. Some of the wine you can sample along the way include cabernet sauvignon, grenache, and the ranch's own chardonnay and pinot noir rose. Surrounded by Malibu's rolling hills, the 1,000-acre Saddlerock Ranch has been around since the 18th century and has served as a backdrop for movies and TV shows.
Today, guests can see horses and visit caves carved with ancient Native American artwork.
Eighty-one-thousand vines grow across Malibu Family Wines' 90-acre vineyard, producing eight varietals in total, including cabernet sauvignon, sauvignon blanc, and malbec. Once bottled and corked, many of the vineyard's Semler and Saddlerock wines end up at the tasting room in Los Olivos, a homey space with indoor and outdoor seating, occasional live music, and a large wooden tasting bar where customers are free to smell, sample, and swirl away. Those who enjoy the wines can rejoice knowing there's more where that came from—the vineyard expects to increase its vine total to 100,000 in the near future.
Serving a range of tasty food and drink, Malibu Wines in Malibu will have you thinking about seconds (or thirds).
At Malibu Wines, you won't have to wait for your large or small group to be seated.
No need to dress up for a trip to Malibu Wines — the casual restaurant encourages laid-back attire.
At Malibu Wines, you can find quick parking on the street, in a lot or take advantage of a nearby valet service.
There are wineries for people who drink wine, and then there's Aldabella Custom Crush Winery & Storage. This 14,000 square-foot facility—replete with tasting rooms and event spaces—is not only designed for people who enthusiastically imbibe vino, but also for those who collect and make it. In addition to providing private lockers and climate-controlled storage areas for extensive collections, the estate features state-of-the-art wine-making equipment that allows fermenters to transform grapes into wines of their own design while connecting with fellow enthusiasts.