Touring the California wine country in the southern part of the state is a treat for wine aficionados.
The autumn is one of the best times to tour. The weather is cooler and many of the people who travel to the region during the summer months have returned home. This means visitors enjoy fewer crowds, as well as beautiful scenery and a wide selection of wines. Your tour should begin in Palm Springs and through the rich wine region of Temcula. People will enjoy samples from well-known wineries across the region, stopping for tours and tastings at several different locations. Your tour should
returns to Palm Springs, ending at the Le Vallauris Restaurant, one of the area’s best known dining establishments.
Le Vallauris offers fine dining for lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch. They feature an extensive wine menu highlighting many of the area’s best local selections. Their dessert menu is extensive and pairs nicely when many of the sweeter wine selections and after dinner drinks. Le Vallauris is located in an historic landmark building and features Flemish tapestries and Louis-XV furniture. It is the perfect place to bring your relaxing wine experience to a close.
Winery tours are the perfect way to enjoy regional varietals and learn more about the wine-making process. Though most wineries have a similar process, there are subtle variations from place to place. This is what makes wines so specialized. True wine fans will love learning the details of the climate, the region, and the individual vineyards. Wine tours can focus on a specific theme such as reds or whites, or they can offer a generalized experience that is ideal for even the most novice of wine fans.
In addition to the wine tasting experience and tours of the vineyards, visitors will also get to enjoy the eclectic town of Temecula. This quaint town offers the ideal location for relaxing and enjoying the countryside, while learning about the wine-making process.
You can visit Le Vallauris online at www.levallauris.com