With sophisticated wines and beautiful views, the Temecula Valley’s status is rising in the global wine community. Southern California’s main wine region, Temecula Valley, is coming of age after a decade of self-discovery.
The month of September is celebrated as Wine Month across the state of California. To commemorate, The Temecula Valley Winegrowers have created a special tasting passport to SIP Temecula that will be offered for the entire month of September.
You choose when and which four (4) of our 30+ member wineries you wish to visit for a regular flight tasting – all for a discounted price and one ticket! They also include a souvenir TVWA wine glass for you to keep!
$40 SIP Passport: Valid for use Monday – Thursday
$50 SIP Passport: Valid for use Friday – Sunday.
OK, so as all of you know, I’m just a big lug, but every so often my sensitive side is stirred – and so, OK… I think my wife’s new shop is CUTE!
For location, directions and to see more of it, click here: www.thecontentedhouse.com/store. More fun stuff there than on the web site right now – we’re in the process of updating the site right now!
The Barefoot Movement is just one of 10 bands scheduled to perform during the Old Town Temecula Bluegrass Festival scheduled for March 21 and 22.The Barefoot Movement is just one of 10 bands scheduled to perform during the Old Town Temecula Bluegrass Festival scheduled for March 21 and 22.Members of the public might pay for overnight recreational vehicle parking during the Old Town Temecula Bluegrass Festival which will take place March 21-22, and visitors may also pay for restaurant dining, but the concerts on the two stages can be seen and heard at no cost and March 21 workshops are also at no charge.“We’re known as the best free festival on the West Coast,” said promoter Melody Brunsting.
The annual Temecula Rod Run featuring custom cars, hot rods and special interest vehicles will be rolling into Old Town on Friday, March 6th Continue reading
February 18th was National Drink Wine Day! If you missed it (like us) here’s a taste of what we missed – Three glasses of dry red wine have less calories than one Twix bar. Read More Here At: Temecula Valley Winegrowers Assosciation
We are so fortunate and grateful that our guests have come from near and far to visit us (as near as San Diego and as far as London, Paris, New York, Honolulu & Anchorage) Many, many thanks to each one of our wonderful guests for visiting us – we hope we see you again very soon!
We’ve recently updated our map for all the things you might need and things you might like to do or see on your next visit to the Temecula Wine Country – enjoy!
Here is a map for most of the places and services you may need while visiting Temecula wine country. Continue reading
By: La Nye Group
Los Angeles, CA
We recently stayed here with a group of 10 girls for a bachelorette party. The house was AMAZING! As other reviews said, the pictures don’t even do the view justice. There is plenty of room for sleeping, entertaining, and the outdoor space was especially impressive (we loved the hot tub and used it both nights we were there!). The home was clean and had everything you needed. The property manager was also super helpful. Would definitely recommend this house and will probably stay here again myself – hopefully soon!
• Stayed: January 2015