California Wine Updates Fall – What’s New for Wine Lovers?


Californians must love wine. The numbers surely don’t lie. According to recent wine statistics, there are around 2,843 registered wineries and 4,600 winegrape growers in California. U.S. wine exports, 90% from California, set a new record of $1.14 billion in winery revenues in 2010.

During the Fall 2011, there are many new wine events, tastings and tours open to the public, and inviting you to hook up with the wine experience, one of California’s most popular (and growing) eco-tourism attractions.

Here are some highlights for this fall wine season in California:

  • Winery Tours in the Shasta Cascade
  • Lake County Vine Trail
  • Santa Cruz – Windy Oaks Winery renovations
  • Napa Gourmet Wine Walks are new
  • Calaveras County Courtwood Wine Tastings now offered
  • Winters – Main Street Cellars opens downtown
  • Santa Barbara – Au Bon Climat opens tasting room Downtown
  • Temecula – Keyways Winery celebrates Wine Country Christmas November 26 – December 23, 2011
  • Temecula – Ponte Family Estates Winery opens Ponte Vineyard Inn soon
  • San Diego Winery Tours by Rail offered Saturdays through Dec. 31, 2011


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