Temecula Wine Tourism

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Featured Wineries
Danza del Sol Winery

For 35 years, the sun has danced on the grapes of an exceptional 35-acre vineyard along De Portola Road.

Falkner Winery

Standing atop a low-lying hill in the heart of  Temecula Valley wine country, Falkner Winery warmly greets guests with a gracious blend of exceptional wines and genuine Temecula Valley hospitality. 

Keyways Vineyard & Winery

Today, Keyways Vineyard & Winery is loved for its charming ambiance, wonderful tasting opportunities, great social get-togethers, and delectable wines. 

Leoness Cellars

When veteran grape growers Mike Rennie and Gary Winder founded their winery in 2003, they chose the name Leoness Cellars, which means “village of dreams” in Gaelic. 

Lorimar Winery

Dedicated to providing a fusion of excellent wine, art, and music, family-owned Lorimar Vineyards and Winery has established itself as a winery to visit in the Temecula Valley.

South Coast Winery Resort & Spa

A seamless blend of world-class wine, gourmet cuisine, and utter luxury, South Coast Winery Resort & Spa provides guests a sublime experience while they explore Temecula Valley wine country.

Wilson Creek Winery

Wilson Creek Winery is a fun place to visit and feel like part of the family.

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California’s South Coast region begins just north of Malibu and stretches all the way down to San Diego. And Temecula Valley is the heart of it --located just about an hour from San Diego, Palm Springs and Orange County and 90 minutes from Los Angeles. Take a ride in a hot air balloon. Play golf, or for a change of pace, relax at a luxurious spa or shake dice at casino. Craving nature? Explore nearby Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, home to bighorn sheep, desert fox, and 500 miles of winding roads.

Touring Temecula Valley is easy because nearly all of the wineries here—ranging from small and charming to large and elegant—are nestled near one another.  Forty wineries call Temecula Valley home. Heading east on Rancho California from I-15, you’ll begin to see wineries in about five miles. There will be wineries on both sides of the road, plus along Anza Road and De Portola Road.