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Vindemia Winery Blog

July 18th, 2016 - Hand-labelled As Well As Hand-Crafted Wines

Did you know that we hand-label most of our wine?
We aren't kidding when we say that we have handmade, estate wines - we put many hours into each bottle!


June 14th, 2016 - X X I V International Competition Ensenada Tierra del Vino 2016

Vindemia Estate Winery owner, David Bradley, recently got back from judging, along with Hart Winery's Jim Hart, in the XXIV International Competition Ensenada Tierra del Vino 2016!

We are also happy to hear that our 2012 Loneliness earned a Gold 



June 6th, 2016 - 2016 Sunset International Wine Competition - Silver!

Our 2013 Estate Syrah earned a Silver at the 2016 Sunset International Wine Competition! Look for us in the October 2016 Issue of Sunset Magazine.



June 4th, 2016 - La Vindemia Under Construction

Our B&B, La Vindemia, is currently undergoing construction... 
It may look rough now, but we are excited to see the finished project with all the new amenities this Fall!



May 27th, 2016 - Paving for Vineyard Health (of course!)

The short, dusty stretch of dirt road up to Vindemia Estate is getting an upgrade! We are in the process of getting our stretch of road paved, but not for the reason you might think.

At Vindemia everything we do is wine-centric, so of course our deciding to pave has something to do with wine. The dust off the constant traffic on our street was actually damaging our vines by coating the leaves in a dense, powdery layer of dust. Our estate vineyards are our top priority (after all that is where all of our quality wines come from!). 

So although a great perk is that it does make driving to the winery a bit easier, really it is the vineyards and our wines that benefit the most.



May 13th, 2016 - Update on Round-Up in California Wine

Last March, we posted about our decision to discontinue the use of Roundup in our vineyards 5 years ago. This decision also meant that the keeping of our vineyards would be more labor-intensive & would require more man hours. Now there seems to be more and more research coming out about the harmful effects of this product (and how pervasive it is) in our food supply. We are glad to offer our customers a product that they can enjoy without worrying about what may be lurking in their wine.


April 25th, 2016 - Blending 2014 Cab & Commonwealth

A nice, cool morning means that it's the perfect time for blending our 2014 Cab and Commonwealth!

Father & Son wine making team means that there is always a second opinion.

'14 Cab and... Barrel Water? The barrel water is useful for smelling the aroma from the wood of the barrel. Interesting fact learned from winemaker David Bradley.

Taste testing each barrel to determine which to use in our Commonwealth blend & which to keep fr our 2014 Cab vintage.

Smelling the barrel water & taking a quick taste really gives you an idea of what the barrel wood adds to wine.
(Yes, that is a balloon basket in the background!)

Break time!


April 15th, 2016 - San Diego Magazine's Best of North County Party

Join us on April 29th for The Best of North County Party at the Omni La Costa Resort! We will be pouring along with other great restaurants, breweries, and wineries. 

Get Tickets Here!


March 23rd, 2016 - Bottling Our New Grenache Vermeille

Bottling in the early morning for our soon-to-be-released new wine! New wine coming at you soon. Keep on the look out for our newly released Grenache Vermeille. Bottling is always done late at night or in the early morning so that temperatures remain cool so as not to compromise the quality of the wine. Here at Vindemia Estate, it is always a team effort and means all hands on deck!


February 8th, 2016 - Staying Healthy with Wine!

We all enjoy a glass of wine now and again (or…ahem…nightly), but who knew that the habit may actually be good for you?

According to research by the Food Chemistry Journal:

“Flavan-3-ols or flavonoids, such as catechin, epicatechin and procyanidins, contribute to the major antioxidant activity of red wines in the prevention of LDL cholesterol…” (Teissedre, Frankel, Waterhouse, Peleg, & German, 1996)

Last spring, Vindemia Winery had the first in a series of events dedicated to understanding “elements” in wine. Elements are not so much what it tastes like in relation to something else (a.k.a. this wine tastes like cherries!), rather the components that go into the wine (or flavonoids).

To understand the benefits of your nightly dose of flavonoids, check out this article by CNN:

So enjoy your wine and the health benefits that it brings! As always, everything in moderation!


January 10th, 2016 - The Buzz About Pesticides

It has been talked about a lot in the last few years, bees seem to be disappearing all across the globe. An essential part of the ecosystem, the loss of our main pollinators has lead to research into what may be causing their decline.

In our vineyards at Vindemia Estate, we make every effort to maintain our vines as naturally as possible without the use of harsh chemicals. As more research emerges, we become more determined in our authentic sustainability approach.

We care about our world and our buzzing friends (as well as the ingredients in the wines that we drink). In order to guard against the biggest threat here in the Temecula Valley (the glassy-winged sharpshooter), we drip Imidacloprid instead of spraying the vineyard. This causes the chemical to only be present in the plant for a few weeks rather than being airborne and coating the whole vineyard endangering the native fauna.


December 5th, 2015 - Why We Love "Charley"

Hello! For those of you whom I’ve not had the pleasure of meeting yet, I’m Gail Bradley, co-owner of Vindemia Vineyards & Winery. Some days you might catch me down in the tasting room lending a helping hand to our friendly staff and assisting winery guests, but the majority of my days are spent behind-the-scenes, making sure things are operating smoothly for both the winery and California Dreamin’, our hot air balloon adventure company.

If you’ve ever been on one of our hot air balloon adventures you know that we love taking care of our guests; whether it’s making sure they’re picked up bright and early at their local accommodation by our friendly crew, serving up a tasty post-flight breakfast accompanied by mimosas and champagne, or giving them a taste of one of Vindemia’s wines. While I do the ground work for our sunrise flights in preparation for our passengers’ return, Dave (a.k.a. Vindemia’s winemaker) takes our passengers up in the air, just in time for sunrise. 

Speaking of the crew, we are delighted to announce that Dylan Bradley, our eldest son, is our newest pilot. Dylan received his commercial balloon license on October 26, 2015 and will begin flying our smaller balloons to build up his commercial hours. Just like his dad, Dylan has many years of experience; they both started flying balloons with a private balloon license at the age of 14.  Dylan is also the assistant winemaker here at Vindemia and helps with the daily vineyard operations. 

Dylan has taken on his new responsibilities with much enthusiasm and tenacity and, even more so, his greatest responsibility to date, Charley. Our newest addition to the family, Charlotte Lee Bradley was born on May 13, 2015 to Dylan and Emily Dailey. You will see her nickname, “Charley,” on the 2013 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon selected for your November wine club shipment. 

Charlie was also my father’s name, so keeping it in our family means a lot to us. Many of you may already be familiar with the name Charlie and its connection to Vindemia. More often than not, you’re likely to see Charlie, our portly black lab, begging for bread or eating in the tasting area. But don’t be fooled – he’s well-fed!

Not to leave out the other Bradley children and their current endeavors, we have Luke deployed with the Air Force in Qatar, Justus studying Botany at University of Hawaii Manoa, and Leah - our youngest - exploring careers in education and nursing at Santa Barbara City College. With the exception of Luke (for obvious reasons), all of our kids will be home for the holidays.

Now, that’s a bit about my immediate family and our newest grandbaby, “Charley”. We are also fortunate to have an even bigger family: our Vindemia family. Our motto at Vindemia is that “The wine should taste better at home, with family and friends, than it did at the winery,” so I hope that you will share our harvest with those closest to you this season!

Warm Wishes,

   Vindemia Vineyards & Winery


November 26th, 2015 - Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving to all of our friends and family!

We are enjoying a glass of Beaujolais Nouveau in honor of our French counterparts.

Beaujolais nouveau is a red wine produced in the Beaujolais region of France that is fermented just a few weeks before being released. By French law, it is to be released no earlier than the third Thursday of November. It is a great way to taste the latest harvest and is released just in time for Thanksgiving! 


November 23rd, 2015 - Our Feature in Sunset Magazine 

We were very excited to be featured along side other great Temecula spots (California Dreamin Balloon Adventures, Goat & Vine, E.A.T. Marketplace, Ponte Winery, etc.) in the November issue of Sunset Magazine! 

"Move on to reds at nearby Vindemia Winery—the friendly staff, outdoor tasting bar, and savory 2013 Syrah merit at least an hour’s stay" (Sunset, Nov. 2015 Issue)

Click the link below to read the rest of the terrific article:

November 6th, 2015 - Sustainable Land Management

(Continued below...)


October 17th, 2015 - Olive Oil Press

 They don’t call this time of year “Harvest” for nothing! It seems like right after one harvest ends another begins here at Vindemia. We just finished our harvest of the Vindemia Estate winegrapes for the 2015 season, and now we are busily harvesting our estate olives.

This year Vindemia decided to purchase our own olive oil press, which we are very excited about! In order to get the olive oil press in time to use with the harvested olives, Dylan Bradley (Assistant Winemaker & son of Vindemia owner David Bradley) was sent to pick up the press in Northern California. Little did anyone know this 14 hour round trip was to turn into something a bit more complicated...

A flood of mud and debris, triggered by heavy rainfall in Southern California, rushed onto streets and highways Thursday, stranding hundreds in their cars and closing major interstates. Weaving through back streets because of the closures, fording semi flooded roads, and even helping to tow a car out of the deluge of mud, Dylan was finally able to make it back to Vindemia with the olive oil press (and a very muddy truck).

The press is being busily put to work as we prepare our Estate Olive Oil. We hope to soon have our olive oil in the tasting room for everyone to enjoy!

October 1st, 2015 - End of Harvest


September 26th, 2015 - Naturally, Taking Care of the Vineyard 

We just picked up our 200 gal of Vermigrow, or compost made from the castings of earthworms! The science is not new. “Vermiconversion,” or using earthworms to convert waste into soil additives, has been done on a relatively small scale for some time.

Vermigrow Products feed your soil’s “food web” more effectively developing it’s root zone.  This dramatically affects how efficiently available nutrients are assimilated by any plant.

A worm casting (also known as worm cast or vermicast) is a biologically active mound containing thousands of bacteria, enzymes, and remnants of plant materials and animal manures that were not digested by the earthworm. The composting process continues after a worm casting has been deposited. In fact, the bacterial population of a cast is much greater than the bacterial population of either ingested soil, or the earthworm’s gut.

Worm castings contain a high percentage of humus. Humus helps soil particles form into clusters, which create channels for the passage of air and improve its capacity to hold water. Humic acid present in humus, provides binding sites for the plant nutrients but also releases them to the plants upon demand. Humus is believed to aid in the prevention of harmful plant pathogens, fungi, nematodes and bacteria.


September 23rd, 2015 - Happy First Day of Autumn!


September 4th, 2015 - Alert from Cal Fire

: September-December 2015 El Nino Outlook

Please click this link for the latest detailed weather outlook predicted through December provided by Predictive Services.

(Just click it, you won't be sorry!)


August 28th, 2015 - Temecula Wine Country Grows in the Global Wine Community...


July 24th, 2015 - We're Looking A Bit More Flashy

Our ‪#‎vineyards‬ are looking a bit more ‪#‎flashy‬ right now as the fruit begins to ripen. It isn't all for show, but rather to keep the birds from eating the grapes that (should) become ‪#‎wine‬!

If you would like to read more about this technique, here is an (old) but good article.

July 17th, 2015 - A Perfect Backdrop for an Engagement

Vindemia Winery is a beautiful place to commemorate your special moments! With rolling vineyards as the backdrop, our rose garden is a great place to pose for photos or just to take in the sights together. This couple chose to have their engagement photos taken at our estate.

If you would like to set up a time to take photographs at our venue, just call (951) 760-9334



July 2nd, 2015 - 6 Outdoor Activities off the Beaten Path

Our balloon company, California Dreamin', was featured on for the top "6 Outdoor Weekend Getaways Off The Beaten Path" 



June 27th, 2015 - Vino Real, Series I, Event 1: "Elements"

June 16th, 2015 - Happy Father's Day
Contributer Laura R.

There are several Hot Air Balloon Companies that fly over wine countries around the world, but only a handful provide a pilot who is also a vintner. Southern California based hot air ballooning company, California Dreamin' Balloon Adventure, has been in business for 30 years and still provides guests with the experience of a lifetime today. This family-owned-and-operated business has offered flights over Temecula, Southern California Wine Country for years. With captivating views, guests enjoy Pilot/Owner David Bradley's depth of knowledge of wine culture, as he is a winemaker himself.

Along with his involvement with the balloon company, Bradley's eldest son Dylan helps with the boutique winery his parents began in 2003, Vindemia Vineyard & Winery. Dylan, like his father, has a great passion for viticulture and winemaking. As an assistant winemaker for Vindemia, Dylan has become invaluable to the growth and progress of the winery.

These to work side by side collaborating on some of the finest wines found in Southern California.  


June 12th, 2015 - Drought in California


May 25th, 2015 - Bottling Together

May 23rd, 2015 - Certificate of Excellence

Congratulations to Vindemia Estate Winery!
Trip Advisor is delighted to award Vindemia Estate Winery the 2015 Certificate of Excellence. This achievement is a direct result of your consistently great reviews from TripAdvisor travelers.


May 18, 2015 - We Promote Safe Drinking Practices
Contributor Ashley S. 

Here at Vindemia, we support safe drinking practices. That means not drinking & driving after an enjoyable day in Temecula Wine Country! 
Using a safe & easy app like Uber to get you around with less worry or hassle is a great way to go. Uber matches riders to local drivers in your area.

How to Use Uber
Uber is super easy to use. All you need is a smart phone & a credit card!

Here is a detailed list of what you will need to sign up:
1. Create an Account - You will need an active email address and to create a password.
2. Create Profile - This requires your: First/Last Name and your Mobile Phone #
3. Credit/Debit Card Info - Enter your Credit or Debit card # and you are almost ready to use Uber.
Your account should now be created and ready to use. Get an Uber account today to further enjoy your wine tasting experience!


Here is some additional information on Uber in Temecula:


May 10th, 2015 - Pruning Differential
Contributor Ashley S. 

The unique geographic features of a vineyard can mean that not all vines grow and ripen fruit at the same rate. This can become an issue during harvest season as the fruit needs to be ready at approximately the same time.

In order to compensate for this uneven growing pattern, vineyards can apply a method called differential pruning. This means that the vines in specific areas of the vineyard are pruned as much as 4 weeks apart in relation to their neighboring vines. This practice is done in late winter.

For example: In the photo below, the vines on the hillside look underdeveloped in comparison to their valley-dwelling counterparts.  This is not a deficiency on the vines part, but rather a careful division in the rate of pruning. There is a 3 week difference in pruning to the vines on the hillside vs. the vines in the valley. By utilizing differential pruning, vineyards may allow for ripening of all vines within the same week.



April 9th, 2015 - Press Release "California Drought in the Vineyard"
Contributor Laura R.

Temecula, CA, April 8, 2015:  Vindemia Vineyard & Winery announced today their recent success in significantly reducing their water usage in the vineyard during this drought, approximately 35%, for its fourth year. This results as the State of California has suffered a severe drought during recent years.

The company credits the use of Deficit & Partial Rootzone Irrigation with the ability to conserve water at such an impressive rate. This technique is not new to the world of wine; in fact, much of the data provided on the subject comes from Vineyards in Australia who suffered massive droughts in 2003-2012. Many think California could be in this drought for the long haul, with some, like Vindemia Winery, deciding to be the change not the problem. David Bradley's, the Wineries owner, goal is to lead the charge on responsible farming in the vineyard.

"Oh, by the way, it makes great wine!” Bradley noted.

Bradley realizes you can’t ask too much of the vines, the overall net water saving must be looked at over the period of four years.

“At some point in the 3rd or 4th year the climate will require you to give the vines a rest from the stress” Bradly explains. 

The vines, during the years of water stress, will produce smaller berries and a higher quality grape.            

Located in Temecula, CA, Vindemia Winery is one of a handful of wineries out of the experimental phase and onto implementing Partial Rootzone irrigation in the State.

Reducing water consumption  by 25%- 40% could actually lead to better wine!


April 3rd, 2015 - BioChar
Contributor Ashley S. 

Pruning/trimming a whole vineyard can result in a lot of clippings and excess plant matter. One option, which can actually help to improve the quality of the soil, is to burn the plant matter in order to produce a soil amendment called Biochar.

By replacing conventional open burn methods with conservation burn, you can radically reduce emissions (visible smoke and invisible chemicals and particles) from agricultural burns and conserve resources, especially carbon.

When adding Biochar to soil, it is beneficial acting as holding cells for nutrients, moisture, and beneficial microorganisms.




March 27th, 2015 - Why We Like Owl Boxes
Contributor Ashley S. 

Many times, while driving through vineyards or farms, you will see these odd boxes perched upon a tall pole. These are Owl Boxes and are used to encourage native owl populations to settle in a given area.

Before the overuse of pesticides, Owls were the farmer's best friend when it came to rodent control. A single Barn Owl can consume 53 pounds of gophers in a year (or about 3,000).



March 25th, 2015 - Creating a Healthful Environment

At Vindemia we care about creating a safe & healthful environment for all. We choose to utilize methods (such as weed whacking and tilling) that are not harmful, unlike the strong chemicals in most herbicides.


March 23rd, 2015 - World Health Organization confirms "Roundup" is Cancerous

The toxic active ingredient in Monsanto’s "Roundup" herbicide, was “classified as probably carcinogenic to humans” according to a new report from the World Health Organization.

In our vineyards at Vindemia, we utilize more health-conscious methods of weed control - such as tilling & weed whacking. We stopped the use of "Roundup" nearly 4 years ago and this recent research supports what we have already been doing.

From our family to yours, we seek to cultivate wines grown in a healthful and sustainable environment that all can enjoy .

March 22nd, 2015 - Read this review of our to-be-released 2012 Syrah...


March 20nd, 2015 - Bottling Time


March 16th, 2015 - They're Alive!
Our vines are coming out of their winter dormancy. The buds are popping open and we are anticipating a great spring...



March 7th, 2015 - Spring
It seems as though spring has arrived early to ‪#‎Vindemia‬! The rare snowfall that we experienced in ‪#‎Temecula‬ this year was beneficial to our vineyard. The native flora and fauna are abundant & blooming. It is a lovely time to stop by!



March 1st, 2015 - Spring Updates from our Servers!


February 22nd, 2015 - Mother Earth News

In March 1975. in the March–April issue of the Magazine, Issue No. 32, John Shuttleworth said in the second installment of the Plowboy Interview:

"For at least 20 years now, I've been getting an increasingly uncomfortable suspicion that all the major nations of the world — capitalist and communist — suffer from the narrow delusion that only people, and people alone, have any rights on this planet. Further, that human wants, needs, and desires — seemingly the more capricious the better — should be instantly gratified. And further still, that this can always be done in a strictly economic frame of reference.

In short, I think that we live in an unbelievably marvelous Garden of Eden. Surrounded by miraculous life forms almost without number. Kept alive by a mysteriously interwoven, self-replenishing support system that, with all our scientific 'breakthroughs,' we still do not  understand.

And yet, as favored as we are by all this real wealth, we somehow perversely prefer to spend almost all waking hours interpreting the sum total of this reality in terms of the narrow and distorted, strictly human-centered concept of money."


February 15th, 2015 - "I need more cowbell!"

Saturday Night Live is having their 40th Anniversary episode this evening.

SNL has so many classic skits, but the one closest to our hearts (and the one we named our Zin blend after) is "More Cowbell". 

As Bruce Dickinson would say: "We've got a fever and the only prescription... is More Cowbell from Vindemia"!! (Or something like that...)


February 9, 2015 - Sustainability

Sustainable Farming

Caring for the future…

Just about any farmer, gardener, landscaper or groundskeeper will inform you the wellbeing of the plant is directly related to the health of the soil. They will also tell you that a “living” soil is a healthy soil. Sustainable farming techniques yield wines that are more complex, better balanced and more reflective of the terroir from which they came.

Soil Management
One of our primary goals is to keep our vineyard soils as rich as possible in microorganisms. To achieve this, we have introduced a number of farming procedures modified to our unique location.

For nearly all pest and fertilization situations we are able to utilize natural methods and applications to solve a problem or accentuate a positive circumstance. Non-natural controls are administered rarely and only as a last resort.

Compost is added to the soils to help retain moisture and improve water circulation. This is a key aspect of sustainable farming. Natural fertilizers are used to help add life to the soils, supplying bacteria, photo nutrients and trace elements. Leaf tissue analysis is used to help amend soils and bring soils back in balance.

Preservation of Native Flora & Fauna
All native plants and grasses along waterways and vineyard margins are left untouched to encourage populations of beneficial insects. Non-indigenous plants that harbor harmful grapevine pests are removed. The reflection of this native flora & fauna can be discerned in the ambiance of the final wine product.

Weeding and Mildew Management
Because we preserve the natural habitat we are gifted with a healthy population of beneficial insects that keep the harmful insects to a bare minimum. We do not use pesticides. Spray calibrations are closely monitored. This keeps populations of beneficial insects in our vineyard. Grape vines are susceptible to mildew infection which we are able to control with sulfur and mineral oil applications. Strip spraying is done only where needed, minimizing usage by maintaining narrow strip spray patterns. Equipment such as spray nozzles, hoses, tanks and pumps undergo routine maintenance to ensure that the proper amount of fungicide is being used.

Water Management
We are watering between rainstorms to mimic the regular winter season. This practice allows us to keep the soil moist so when we do have even the slightest rain fall, the ground

The Promise of Sustainability
Ecologically-sound agriculture is a necessity for the long-term health of our planet and all of its inhabitants. At Vindemia Vineyard & Winery, we understand the responsibility we have to protect our land for our customers, employees, local communities and future generations.


February 1, 2015 - A Proposal Story in Honor of Approaching Valentines' Day

Here at Vindemia we get to see many different stages of love stories...Anniversarys, Honeymoons, Weddings, and once & a while a Proposal. In honor of the approach of Valentines' Day, we wanted to share one couple's proposal story through photos! After their hot air balloon flight with California Dreamin' Balloon Adventures, the couple came back to Vindemia where their story unfolds. Click here for the full gallery...



January 29, 2015 - The Next Generation Takes Flight

As many of you know, Vindemia Vineyard & Winery was made possible by the Bradley Family's first venture - California Dreamin' Balloon Adventure. The hot air balloon company has been in business for 30 years and still provides guests with the experience of a lifetime today.

We are happy to say that Dylan Bradley earned his Pilot’s License this Thursday!

Growing up in a ballooning family means that the oldest Bradley child was introduced to flying at a young age.  Dylan has been helping his family with California Dreamin’ since he was young and started on earning his license when he was just fourteen. He now has his Private Pilot’s License and will be an even greater asset to the California Dreamin’ Balloon Adventure venture. Dylan says that getting his pilot’s license was “a long process. I started crewing when I was a kid. But I am happy to finally have my license.”



January 20, 2015 - Pruning Time
During the vine's dormancy in the winter we prune the entire vineyard to prepare for the next growing season. This year, because of the age and maturity of our vines, we are making crucial cuts that will be reflected in our wines for the next 3-5 years. Our deferential pruning techniques have us cutting specific zones of the vineyard, now, where the plants have the tendency to lag in ripening during harvest. This will give them a head start in this next season.

December 31, 2014 - Snow Falls on Vindemia



July 23, 2014 -  Read up on our story from Wine Food Explorer...


November 25, 2012 - American Winery Guide Review 

Tara Torres from American Winery Guide came to visit us, check out our Winery Review and see what she thought!


July 27, 2012 - 2012 Sunset International Wine Competition Gold Wine Award!

We are very excited to share that we won a Gold Wine Award for our 2009 Vindemia Syrah in this years Sunset International Wine Competition.  They had a response of 2,837 entries from the United States and around the world!  The judging, held at Sunset's campus on July 9th and 10th, was conducted by 51 of the most respected wine experts in the country, led by honorary chairs Joel Peterson, founder and winemaker, Ravenswood; Tim Gaiser, MS, Former Education Director, Court of Master Sommeliers, Americas; and Sara Schneider, Sunset's wine editor.

 Competition History:
For the past six years, the magazine has focused on revealing the "Best of the West" wine with an invitational Western Wine Awards program.  The program has grown in size and influence every year.  Due to the response they have received they seemed to out grow the invitation only structure and have decided to step up to a full medal-competition model - open to any winery to enter - with careful Sunset checks and balances to maintain the highest possible integrity.

We hope you love it too!

For a complete list of judges, the judging process and more CLICK HERE


April 27, 2012 - How the Winery Purchased it's first Barrels...

In 2003 we participated in The Great Balloon Race, an event that has been taking place since 1973 at the Kentucky Derby Festival, and won First Place! With the prize money intact we drove to Caton, KY the following day and purchased our first 10 barrels!



April 18, 2012 - Springtime photos at the Winery


March 1, 2012 - Eagle Visits Calle Contento

Some of the most Amazing People and Creatures visit the beautiful and relaxing vineyards and wineries on Calle Contento! This is the first sighting of an eagle along Calle Contento. It may have been sent as a spy by Screaming Eagle now that word is out about the fine artesian wines being produced on Calle Contento.

Eagle visits Calle Contento, Temcula


March 1, 2012 - Welcome to our blog!

Thanks for visiting our new blog!

Our goal is to bring you interesting posts that are as unique as you are!  We hope you love the website!  We are looking forward to many changes to the website and blog over the next year.   Please Contact Us with any stories that you would like to share about Wine, Wine Tasting, Vindemia, or Temecula!