These fabulous wine-making destinations offer wineries, culinary excellence and picturesque scenes.
- San Diego’s vineyards continue to grow in popularity as they gain local, regional, national and international recognition. Blue ribbons are prominently displayed at the various award-winning wineries. In fact, San Diego County wines have even been served at the White House. The wineries are always in a festive mood. Seasonal events include art festivals, jazz concerts, grape stomps and more. San Diego’s many wineries are perfect venues for parties, weddings, receptions and corporate events.
- Visiting the wineries in Temecula is only the tip of the iceberg, when it comes to discovering all that the thriving city of Temecula and the Temecula Valley has to offer. So, whatever you do, don’t miss a visit to Temecula Valley in Riverside County. It is less than an hour away from downtown San Diego via I-15. If you live in Escondido, it’s only 16 miles away. No matter what, it’s definitely worth the trip!
Visit the booming wine growing region of Valle de Guadalupe before it explodes and becomes the most popular weekend winery getaway. It’s not if, it’s when. Adventurous Americans are regularly traveling 75 miles south of Tijuana to visit the increasingly popular Valle de Guadalupe wine growing region with its dozens of superb wineries, superb world class gourmet restaurants and high-end boutique hotels for a fraction of what they would pay in Napa, Temecula or California’s Central Coast wine countries. Here in this picturesque wine growing region some of the best wines in the world are being produced, sampled and enjoyed. This chapter will provide a guide, which will aid your travel planning on your trip south of the Border.