Jeff Pack Staff Writer On a beautiful Sunday afternoon, May 3, I embarked on a tour of Temecula Wine Country, looking to see what area wineries are doing during the lockdown restrictions handed down by California Gov. Gavin Newsom more than a month ago.  While some wineries were closed, at least in the afternoon, others offered wine club pickups and bottle sales, both inside tasting rooms and at outdoor locations, but no tastings seemed to be offered at the 10 or so wineries that I visited.  For an afternoon like the one on Sunday, roughly 73 degrees and breezy, the wine country would generally be teaming with people, tour groups bussing wine drinkers between stops, groups laughing at tables, wedding parties bustling in and out of the region.  But these are very different
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