I just read a great article about Fallbrook Winery: http://wineormous.com/fallbrook-winery-the-best-of-both-worlds/ (came across it on Twitter, glad I did, as Wineormous.com is a great source for area wineries). Earlier read about the La Jolla Art and W
The Westgate Hotel in downtown San Diego is announcing 3 course wine dinners the first Friday of each month. "Explore the world's hidden treasures with a journey of refined regional cuisine... $49 per person". http://www.westgatehotel.com/email/dining_
I've found a nice little neighborhood restaurant that seems a perfect place to take my own wine because they are a pub, and focus more on beer than wine. They have a modest wine list. The food is good, as is the service. I took a $80 Trefethen Cabern
Wine & Roses charity wine tasting and sale is June 14. Anyone planning to go? I'll be there working, either at the Winery check-in table, or where ever I am needed. If you see me, say hi! Info on Wine & Roses can be found at www.WineAndRoses
Hi WineLovers...We're having a meetup January 9th at 7pm at Fifty Seven Degrees, which is located at 1330 G St Downtown SD. There will be great wine, music and food!Please RSVP, and feel free to invite your friends!
What are your favorite San Diego wine bars, or restaurants offering good wine? I like 57 Degrees at 13th and G downtown - casual, unpretensious, but many people there are seriously into wine. Good selection of wines by the glass. In addition t
I've been thinking seriously about going to this event posted below, anyone else?#2 RESERVE & NEW RELEASE TASTING HOSTED BY TED ALLENJoin host Ted Allen and over 150 award-winning winemakers as they pour from their reserve, libra