Showcasing California’s Best Scenery
Located halfway between Los Angeles and San Diego, the Temecula Valley boasts dozens of wineries producing over 500,000 cases of wine annually. This temperate region is best known for its Rhône and Italian varietals, characterized by bold, aromatic flavors and zesty fruit notes respectively.
Known as the Inland Empire, the Temecula Valley is dotted with vineyards, rolling hills, and mountains, showcasing some of California’s best scenery.
Spend a Day at Temecula Wineries
The Temecula Valley has not quite gained the notoriety of regions like Napa and Sonoma Valley. Instead, visitors to Temecula will find small-batch wineries and family-owned vineyards that only distribute their products locally. The vineyards largely owe their success to the Mediterranen-like climate and rich, granite-based soil that lays the foundation for healthy grapes. The award-winning wines cultivated here are the hidden gems of the California wine scene, ripe for discovery on a Temecula winery tour.
A day trip to the Temecula Valley can include a visit to at least three of the area’s wineries, a basic wine tasting class, tasting flights, and photos to commemorate your experience. Tour options feature round-trip transportation, a behind-the-scenes look at some of the wineries, lunch, and discounted wine and merchandise. You can even visit a barrel room to get a look at the winemaking process from start to finish. Make the most of your Temecula visit and learn about French, Spanish, and Italian grapes, small-batch wine production, and the fascinating people behind the wineries’ success.
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