In one among my first articles I’ve mentioned an anniversary tour that my wife & I had made into South Coast Temecula wine tasting limos tour. After writing that review I noticed that winery was active on the Twitter, so I’ve sent them a rapid message and told that I had pointed out them at my blog. Although I am happy to share private information on this post I am hesitant for showing personal family pictures-in any case those that are very personal as the anniversary trip… as a minimum showing those in the 2nd blog entry looked a little quickly.
I was surprised & encouraged that Southern Coast took the occasion to respond both through Twitter. I asked those people to send me some more photos of winery and resort as it is a exclusive place in Temecula & as I said already (and I really believe) that it’s the great trip, particularly for anyone from the San Diego, OC, LA or someone visiting South California.
One thing is that South Coast had brought up me via email was that they’re named the 09 to 10 Gold Bear State Wineries of the Year, that is the second yr in a row they have won the award.
I’ve mentioned before that resort itself is huge, luxury villas, spa, very good restaurants on top of site etc. such thought of combining leisure and relaxation activities was certainly one way which South Coast & I see eye into eye.
Since this was a wine blog & my intention is not to ever sound similar to a PR person intended for a winery we’d need to take a few time to discuss those wines themselves.
Let us start with some universal information, Southern Coast has only producing wine for nearly 5 years now thus for a winery it is a young one. As well they really focus at the to per jug range. so clearly you are not going to acquire a 100 point wines there.
The Temecula stands at the crossroads: did they want to create the BEST varietals suitable for their region, fight to teach the wines world about their options, and take a punch in the pocket book for a single decade that is to be taken gravely, or do they need to make soft & slightly sweet wines which few ‘geeks’ will catch seriously, and giggle all the way into the bank since they focus their commerce around casual tasters, weddings, events, limo & bus tours, etc.?