Bella Vista Winery: Local Grapes And Amazing Wines
By Deb Flomberg
As the very first vineyard in Temecula, California, Bella Vista Winery is a perfect place to spend a weekend afternoon. It doesn’t matter ff you are a wine connoisseur or if you can’t tell the difference between a pinot grigio and a chardonnay, there is a lot you can learn a even more you can enjoy at Bella Vista Winery. So grab your favorite friends or make a romantic date of it and head to Bella Vista to start exploring the wines of Temecula Wine Country.
Head down to Bella Vista for a sampling of the many different bottles that you can purchase at the winery. From whites to reds and from sweet to dry, there is a huge variety, and you’ll be able to sample all the different types of wine so you can pick up your favorite bottles. These wines are truly unique, as they are made in California by Hungarian-born Imre Cziraki, the owner of Bella Vista. Most of the grapes used in the Bella Vista wines are estate grown grapes, and about 20 percent are Temecula grown. You’ll be able to taste the variety of the different flavors that make each bottle truly distinct.
What could be more fun for a casual afternoon than a trip to Bella Vista Winery? It is located about an hour and a half southeast of Los Angeles, so you’ll need to make sure you drive there in just the right car. The E63 AMG 4Matic Wagon from Mercedes-Benz of Encino is just what you need to make a truly special day of it. The wagon will keep you comfortable and riding in luxury as you head to your destination, and the elegance and style of the Mercedes-Benz will take this trip over the top. Enjoy a sunny summer afternoon exploring the different wine varieties at Bella Vista Winery.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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