Callaway has a spacious visitor center and beautiful gift shop, which is open daily 10:30 a.m.-5 p.m. The winery offers complimentary informative tours weekends on the hour beginning at 11 a.m., with the last tour at 4 p.m., and during the week at 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. Wine tasting ends at 4:45 p.m.
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As the new proprietor of the Old Town Theatre in the Old Town San Diego State Historic Park, The Cygnet Theatre Company has lofty ambitions to ensure that you will have an exciting theatre-going experience. Their renovation of this beautiful theatre includes larger ADA-compliant restrooms, new carpeting and seats, state-of-the-art lighting and sound systems and a provision for general operating reserves for our transition to a larger, two-venue company.
The Lake Elsinore Storm are a minor league baseball team, and they are a “high-A” class team in the California League, and are a farm team of the San Diego Padres. The Storm play home games at Lake Elsinore Diamond; (Pete Lehr Field) and on occasion at PETCO Park in San Diego.
The Society was founded to collect, protect, preserve, display, and further the preservation of items and documents of historical value and significance from the Lake Elsinore Valley. The Society was conceived and organized in 1996 and the museum is located at 106 South Main Street in Lake Elsinore, California, and is open on Saturdays and… Read more »
To experience the thrill of a lifetime, pay a visit to Skydive Elsinore. This world-renowned skydiving venue is famous not only for its scenic views of mountains, lakes, the ocean and great jump conditions, but also the expertise of its USPA certified staff. They are located approximately one hour away from both San Diego and… Read more »
The Lake Elsinore Outlets are situated in the heart of the Inland Empire, conveniently located off Interstate 15. Forty minutes east of Orange County, twenty minutes north of the beautiful wine country that is Temecula and less than an hour north of inland San Diego. The Outlet Center offers favorite name brand stores at fabulous… Read more »
Extreme sports are a major attraction here in Lake Elsinore! The Lake Elsinore Motocross Park has even been featured on ESPN and MTV. Lake Elsinore Motocross Park is located at the south side of Lake Elsinore. From the North: I-15 to Bundy Canyon Rd. Turn right at the end of the off ramp. (If from… Read more »
A leader in the business community since 1949, the Lake Elsinore Valley Chamber of Commerce has been conducting successful business programs and promoting business in the valley for more than four decades. A multi-disciplined organization, the Chamber membership roster includes representatives from all sectors of the business community. Chamber members play an active role in… Read more »
J. Jenkins Winery consists of a rustic “apple shed” graced by 10 acres of orchard and vineyard and a stunning view of Volcan Mountain. After many years of experimentation and development, owner Jim Jenkins invites you to taste his elegant wines. He plans to expand the production of his spectacular cabernet sauvignon, merlot, chardonnay, Syrah,… Read more »
They offer five tastes for ($9.50) and you can keep the wine glass. Located at the Juan St. entrance in Fiesta de Reyes in historic Old Town. This family-owned winery features locally made San Diego wines with a lovely garden room to relax and enjoy a wine tasting experience with friends. With a golden Peruvian… Read more »
The Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum which is adjacent to the Marine Corps Air Station Miramar on Miramar Road, San Diego (858-693-1723) [flyingleathernecks.org]. This is the only Command Museum dedicated to the history of Marine Corps aviation. The museum features more than 30 vintage and historically important aircrafts, ranging from World War II “Warbirds” to present-day… Read more »
Knight & Carver is widely recognized as the West Coast’s premier full-service yacht facility. They were awarded “Boatyard of the Year” by American Boat Builders & Repairers Assocation in 2007. They have also been honored by “Inc” Magazine and Harvard Business School as one the nation’s top 100 inner-city businesses.”
Nestled in a quiet corner of San Marcos (North County), is Twin Oaks Valley Winery, owned and operated by Malcolm and Kathryn Gray, with the help of their son, Michael. Their philosophy is to purchase grapes only grown in San Diego County in support of local growers. They say good wine comes from good grapes and we strive… Read more »
This award-winning winery produces premium handcrafted, classic European red wines and traditional California whites, which are aged two or more years in an underground 1,500-sq. ft. cellar. The tasting room is the first commercially permitted straw bale building in San Diego County. It’s open for tasting Sat.-Sun., 10 a.m.-6 p.m. For ($8) you can choose… Read more »
Salerno Winery is a boutique winery featuring handcrafted wines. It is owned and operated by Herman and Rose Salerno. Their wines have won many international medals including the San Diego International and Dallas Morning News wine competitions. Plus, they ship within California and to most states.
Pamo Valley Winery is a licensed and bonded wholesale winery that markets its wines to restaurants, stores, events and wine clubs. They also do off-site events, visit their website for more information. Their wines are produced entirely by hand, “the old fashion way”. They produce their wines with locally grown grapes.
Admission is free, plus if you mention their ad in the SAN DIEGAN and print this review, you’ll receive a free gift. Here you’ll find the The William B. Kolender San Diego County Sheriff’s Museum and Educational Center. The best part about this museum are the interactive exhibits. You can listen to live police calls, hop on a sheriff ’s motorcycle and turn on the sirens and lights.
One of the original wineries, established 1969, it is up a little hill, hidden from the road. This inviting winery is open for tastings daily. They produce over 14,000 cases of wine annually and distribute to store and fine restaurants in Southern California. They also have a full-service gourmet deli, gift shop, patio and shady… Read more »
SeaWorld San Diego is set on 189 beautifully landscaped acresalong the sparkling shores of Mission Bay Park. As you might expect, SeaWorld has something to offer everyone. This fun-filled marine life park features thousands of fascinating ocean creatures including killer whales who star in the visually stunning “Believe” Shamu show, as well as penguins, sharks… Read more »
LEGOLAND California is home to more than 60 exciting rides, shows and attractions. But the really big news is the world’s first and only LEGOLAND Water Park. The imagination really flows on Build-A-Raft river, where everyone floats on their own custom-built LEGO raft. The Water Park also features six-person raft slides, single-person tube slides, body… Read more »
This awesome, historically significant museum is dedicated to preserving the glorious history and rich tradition of the United States Marine Corps. This historical museum is visited by more than 100,000 people annually. “A Walking Tour of the MCRD Command Museum” features fourteen galleries, which encompass dozens of exhibits featuring everything from weapons, uniforms, equipment, paintings… Read more »
Southern California’s largest collection of art of the people from all eras and cultures of the world. Dynamic, changing exhibitions of historical and contemporary folk art, craft and design, and a popular museum store featuring handmade items from around the world. TRUE BLUE: Indigo, Turquoise, Cobalt & Lapis Lazuli. The color blue evokes mystery, beauty… Read more »
The Ferraras are the the oldest active grape-growing, wine-making family in San Diego County, supplying premium quality wines to California since 1932. Because of this uniqueness, the State of California designated the Winery a State Historical Point of Interest in 1971. This California historic landmark is open for free wine tasting daily 10 a.m.-5 p.m…. Read more »
Established in 1889, Bernardo Winery is San Diego’s oldest operating vineyard and winery. Enjoy lunch inside at Cafe Merlot or dine on the patio. Also, a big attraction here are the winery’s charming village shops. They are open Tuesday to Sunday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. The winery is also available for that important celebration, seminar or… Read more »
This winery is literally family run, with four brothers working together to grow, produce and distribute their “Big Red” wines. Their selection of handcrafted wines includes over 15 different varietals like Tempranillo, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, White Port and Amour de l’Orange, which is a sparkling white wine with a touch of orange. Tastings are… Read more »
The striking architectural design of Coronado Ferry Landing is reminiscent of the famous Hotel del Coronado. It’s home to a sensational restaurant row made up of seven bayfront fine and casual dining including Peohe’s, Coronado’s premier waterfront restaurant, and Il Fornaio, serving exquisite gourmet Italian cuisine. If you like to dine and shop, this is… Read more »
Seaport Village is a charming 14-acre waterfront shopping, dining and entertainment complex. You can also get two hours of free validated parking with any purchase. Fifty yards south of The Fish Market Restaurant is Seaport Village. Celebrating 30 years, Seaport Village is a one-of-a-kind attraction consists of more than 70 fascinating little shops and charming… Read more »
The jewel of this district is the historic Copley Symphony Hall (20) at 750 B St. (619-235-0804). It is regarded as one of the finest classical music venues on the West Coast. This year the San Diego Symphony, now over 100 years old and one of the oldest orchestras in California, will embark on a… Read more »
Open for free wine tasting, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. daily with extended summer hours. They also offer free tours daily. Special annual events include a blues festival featuring Rob Bower in mid-July, their famous Grape Stomp (mid-September) and their Art and Wine Tasting Festival harvest celebration in the fall. Located in the middle of a beautiful… Read more »
Lenora Winery began growing winegrapes and making wines in 1999. Its five acre vineyard produces eight different kinds of winegrapes in The Valley of the Sun. Lenora Winery’s excellent premium wines may be enjoyed in its wine tasting room overlooking the vineyard or in its picnic area with grape arbor and barbeque. Lenora Winery’s winemaker… Read more »