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By Deb Flomberg
Tired of all the same places for dinner every weekend? Need to re-kindle the romance in your relationship, or want to find something very special for a truly special lady in your life? Then enjoy a romantic dinner for two while sipping some of the finest wines that have been carefully crafted in Southern California. The Laguna Canyon Winery sells a fantastic selection of reds, whites and dessert wines, so you can visit for a tasting or for a private dinner. Of course, the main feature is the wine, and you’ll love sipping these tasty wines as you enjoy a romantic evening for two.
You can visit the Laguna Canyon Winery just about any time, but if you plan ahead you can make it a really romantic evening. Try visiting on the first Friday of the month for its Wine Tasting Party featuring award-winning wines, food and live music. Or make it really special and enjoy one of the private wine maker dinners, where you can enjoy a five course menu featuring either Sonoma or Napa wines.
You can also create a fun afternoon with a wine and cheese reception featuring 10 ounces of wine with fresh fruit, an assortment of cheeses and artisan breads and crackers. This reception lasts about an hour and a half, so it is a great way to plan a whole evening worth of romantic dates ideas for your special sweetie.
The Laguna Canyon Winery is located about an hour outside of Los Angeles, so you’ll want to drive a car that is just as romantic as the destination itself. The CLS63 AMG Coupe from Mercedes-Benz of Encino is just that car. It is luxurious and elegant, with all the classic comfort that a name like Mercedes-Benz is known for. It is the perfect car for such a romantic date.
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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