Wineries We Visit
La Serenissima Vineyards and Winery was established in 1999, when John Tiso bought the Warner Springs property. John was born in Italy where his family had produced wine in their native Padua for generations. “As a child, the vineyard marked my seasons,” John tells visitors. “I can still clearly remember our home with the vineyard surrounding it, the celebration of the harvest, the first taste of new wine.” John’s passion for wine and the knowledge handed down from his grandfather has brought his dream of producing world-class grapes and wines to reality here in California—a dream and reality that we share with our clients and friends. Visit Website
David and Janine Lowe were both born and raised as first generation San Diego natives. While enjoying successful careers, they raised two children and lived the Southern California lifestyle. When both children had flown the coop, they decided to enjoy a slower more rustic pace out in the East San Diego County, in the small community of Warner Springs. They built their dream home and settled into retirement. Like many Boomers though, the inactivity did not suit them and so David chose to try his hand at a new hobby, winemaking. Visit Website
At Emerald Creek Winery you will find our friendly and knowledgeable staff prepared to guide you through the wine production area, lush vineyards, and the historic 750+ acre property.
Our state of the art, expansive 5,000 square foot tasting room is fully furnished to allow our guests the ability to enjoy our hand-crafted artisan wines in a comfortable and relaxing environment. Visit Website
A family-run winery and vineyard in the heart of Temecula’s wine growing region
The history of Akash begins with a family — a mom, dad, and son with a vision. A photo of a vineyard, perched on a fireplace mantle 20 years ago, embodied the Patel family dream.
In 2010, that vision took root in the sandy loam of the beautiful Temecula Valley, when they purchased a 20-acre parcel of prime vineyard land. Visit Website
LONG SHADOW WINERY
Traditions from six generations have brought these fine wines to your table. The now all but lost art of working the land with draft horses and machinery from days gone by is still carried on by our family.
Bottled with pride, these wines are a reflection of our heritage. We hope you enjoy them as much as we have loved bringing them to you, and we invite you to come out and visit us here at the ranch.
Winery Tasting Room Located in Southern California’s Temecula Valley, Longshadow Ranch is filled with the history and charm of the “Old West.” Visit Website
BEL VINO WINERY
Bel Vino is an old-fashioned and traditional winery. This boutique winery and its large 40 acre vineyard provide the most spectacular views in Temecula Wine Country. The Winery has a rustic authenticity, and its Barrel Tasting Room is warm, friendly and educational.
Bel Vino is a fully functioning and self-contained winery that has been in business since 1996, and under visionary new ownership since late 2011. The Winery offers a portfolio of 30 to 40 great wines, including highly rated gold medal winners and Southern California’s best red wines. Visit Website
BELLA VISTA WINERY
The Temecula wine region began developing in the mid - 1960's when the Kaiser Land Development Company purchased what was known as Vail Ranch in 1964 and began investing in and marketing the Temecula Valley. Horticulturalists were brought in to evaluate the area to learn what type of agricultural products could be grown. Along with avocados, the experts determined that wine vineyards were well suited for the valley. The cool moist air from the coast would settle in the Temecula Appellation in the evening and would burn off the following morning, perfect for grape growing. Visit Website
When brothers Kurt and John Tiedt decided to go into the winemaking business with a group of close friends, it wasn’t for fame and fortune. Somerset Vineyard & Winery continues a legacy of sharing good times with others, a cornerstone of the Tiedt Brothers philosophy for decades. Visit Website
Over 20 years ago we started making wine in Texas. Making good wine in an 85 degree room (yes, the air conditioner was on) isn’t easy. Even though the conditions weren’t optimum for wine making, we managed to pull off some great wine. We bottled under the Ironstone Winery label. Visit Website