Pride of Cucamonga Wine Bottle

It’s Time To Take A Cucamonga Wine Tour

A Trip Through California’s Original Wine Country! There are many reasons to feel lucky living in California.  The one big reason that comes to my mind first is that within an hour, you can hop in your car and be at the beach, the mountains, theme parks, or the desert.  I have lived in California…


Priority Wine Pass – Get Fabulous Wine Tasting Discounts

Don’t Leave Home Without It! What happened to the days when you could go wine tasting for the day for under $100? I remember 10-15 years ago, going to Temecula, Paso Robles, and even some wineries in Napa Valley and Sonoma, where I could visit a small to moderate-size winery, and get out for $10-$15…

The Pope

Pope Declares “Wine is necessary for the celebration”

Couldn’t Have Said It Better Myself! Yesterday my blog post centered on how prevalent wine is mentioned in the Bible.  But if you still had doubts about wines place in the Christian/Catholic church, then you need to read this article written by the Vinepair Staff for Vinepair entitled “Pope Francis Declares Wine Is A Necessity“.…

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Mountain Vista Winery Opens Door To Public

Soft Opening Scheduled For St. Patrick’s Day Rancho Cucamonga’s newest old winery is set to open its door this Friday, St. Patrick’s Day.  Mountain Vista Winery, located in the old Biane Winery building, not only makes wines for its guests, but they are unique in that they also provide other wine making services to the…

No Sulfites

Are Wine Sulfites REALLY Bad For You?

Maybe Not As Much As You May Think Wine sulfites have received a bad rap over the years.  And in some cases, deservedly so. I have heard many times from friends and family that it is the sulfites in the wine that causes headaches after drinking red wine.  But is it really the sulfites in…