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San Diego County

With its long beaches and temperate Mediterranean climate, San Diego County is one of California’s most popular tourist destinations. Established in the 1700s, this region has been growing grapes longer than nearly any other county in the state.

San Diego County Wineries

15 wineries

Events in San Diego County

Ramona Grape Stomp

2018-09-08

Ramona Ranch Winery Sponsor, Ramona

Address & Location:
Ramona Outdoor Community Center , 421 Aqua Lane, Ramona, CA 92065

Details: Grape stomping fun with Ramona Ranch Vineyards and Winery at the Ramona Grape Stomp. Join us this annual grape stomp and wine tasting event. •Take part in the grape stomp competition •Squish grapes between your toes – just for fun •Sample award-winning local wines •Jumpstart your holiday shopping with over 40 selected artisans and merchants •Face-painting, and other fun activities for the kids •Find treasures in our silent auction

Celebrate Earth Day with Raptors, Cheese & Wine

April 21, 2018

Ramona Ranch Vineyard & Winery, Ramona

Time: 1 pm

Cost: Free

Address & Location:
23578 Highway 78, Ramona, CA 92065

Phone: 7607891622

Email: teri@ramonaranch.com

Website: www.facebook.com

Details: Come meet falcons and raptors up close, experience a free flying demonstration, and learn how raptors are used in the Vineyard with Master falconer Cisco. Meet a Peregrine Falcon, Harris Hawk and two Gyrfalcon crosses, Kauai and Nala, the world’s largest falcon. Sample locally made Cheeses from the Cave and handcrafted, artisan wines at Ramona Ranch Vineyard and Winery.

Co-existing with Wildlife in the Vineyard at Ramona Ranch

April 7, 2018

Ramona Ranch Vineyard & Winery, Ramona

Time: 2 pm

Cost: Free

Address & Location:
23578 Highway 78, Ramona, CA 92065

Phone: (760) 789-1622

Email: teri@ramonaranch.com

Website: www.facebook.com

Details: Join us for a discussion on the different wild animals in our area, how they are good for biodiversity, which results in healthier ecosystems. Presentation will include a discussion on how the choices we make impact wildlife, and why they may end up in care centers, importance of co-existing, and how to humanely encourage their departure. Learn about skunks, opossums, and other “nuisance” animals and the impact of rodenticide on our local raptors.