This week in Temecula Valley Wine Country

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The charcuterie plate at Cougar Vineyards & Winery is just one of many choices diners can enjoy at Sangio’s Deli. Valley News/Kim Harris photo
While many people have been cooped up inside during the pandemic, there are some wineries that are beginning to open back up to the public with a variety of dine-in options. Bel Vino reopens As of May 27, Bel Vino Winery is open – soup is offered for sale with purchase of wine by the glass and by the bottle during the week – Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. as a dine-in restaurant, with safety guidelines. Wine tasting is currently not available at this time. Masks are recommended but not required. Space due to social distancing guidelines is limited. They will offer Compass
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