The Laurelwood Cabernet Sauvignon from BevMo is a major crowd-pleaser.
The list includes a range of regions with profiles featuring where to dine, where to stay, budget tips and prominent wines, plus local-in-the-know suggestions.
You can even bring a case a wine back as checked baggage for free if you fly Alaska Airlines to San Diego from Sonoma.
Because it’s always fun to see how wine experts pair wine and candy.
Boxed wine is perfect for the beach and camping–no heavy glass!
If you’d like to know how many calories or carbohydrates your favorite wine varietal has per pour, check this list.
Celebrate the Year of the Dragon in style with Iron Horse Vineyards Chinese Cuvee. What’s Chinese New Year without a little champagne?
Fresh and Easy bought Doon Buggy Red Blend from a winery in Napa Valley. It should be a $40 bottle, but instead it’s $10. Great value here.
Recipes include fig and olive tapenade, marinated mushrooms, Spanish tortilla and tomato salad. Pair with wine!
Bernardo Winery is a hidden gem with not only a tasting room and fabulous wines, but 12 shops, a cafe, a restaurant and more.
Because you will raid your kid’s stash of Halloween candy, you might as well think about which bottle of wine to open while you’re eating it.
When people visit Cordiano Winery, they talk about great wines, the view, the gracious owners, and the pizza!
Sunshine Mountain Vineyard is located in the hills of San Marcos, CA and recently voted San Diego’s Best Winery.
Fall is the time to visit Julian, so make a point of visiting J. Jenkins Winery to try their Dolcezza apple wine.
Quite a few San Diego residents aren’t aware that we have wineries scattered all across the county that are worth visiting. Learn more here.