Friday, December 2, 2022

The Winery Review: Cougar Vineyard & Winery

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The Mystery WinoWelcome to fall in Temecula! Time to unpack those wool sweaters, stack a cord of firewood by the back porch, and retrieve...

The Winery Review – CHAPIN FAMILY WINERY

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The Mystery WinoCheers from Temecula wine country! After last week’s stop at Leoness Cellars on the De Portola Wine Trail, I returned to Rancho...

Oak Grove Center’s 4th annual So-Cal Chef Open crowns a winner

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TEMECULA – Ten local chefs shared their culinary expertise as part of the annual So-Cal Chef Open competition held outdoors on the Golf Course...

The Winery Review: Leoness Cellars

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The Mystery WinoLeoness Cellars might be the gold standard for how medium-to-large wineries in Temecula should be run. Maybe that’s why the ancient, rust-eaten...

Pala takes on the vine

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The Pala Band of Mission Indians joins the emerging niche market of wine produced by Native Americans Sandra Shrader Special to the Village NewsOver the past...

The Winery Review — AKASH WINERY

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The Mystery WinoSpecial to Valley NewsWelcome back, fellow grape nuts! After visiting one of Temecula’s oldest wineries (Hart) in my last column, this week...

The Winery Review: Hart Winery

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The Mystery WinoSpecial to Valley NewsCheers, fellow friends of the vine! As your hardworking Mystery Wino, I spent much time thinking about which winery...

Falkners announce new executive chef for their Pinnacle Restaurant

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Having won Best Restaurant for the past 15 years from Inland Empire Magazine, the Pinnacle Restaurant does not stand pat. The Falkners announce their...

Fallbrook wine scene flourishes with boutique wineries offering unique styles

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Rick MonroeSpecial to Valley NewsWith Fallbrook Winery being for sale (but not closing) and Monserate Winery opening in the next couple of months, there...

How to enjoy yourself at a Temecula winery

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The Mystery WinoHello again from Temecula Wine Country!In my inaugural column, I tried to make the case that Temecula is one of the most...