Featured B&B: The Vine House Bed & Breakfast

Temecula Valley has become increasingly popular as a Southern California destination, with a vibrant Old Town, award-winning restaurants, craft breweries

For both seasoned enthusiasts and first-time attendees, navigating the Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival, May 17-19, 2024 will make the most of your experience. Let's delve into what you need

Long before the first grapes were grown in the Temecula Valley, the region was known as “horse and cattle country.” During the days of Spanish exploration and settlement in California, Temecula’s

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With its fairy-tale vineyards and gorgeous rolling hills, Temecula is a fantastic destination for fun and romance. Couples looking for a flawless backdrop and memorable

Egg-cellent Ways to Celebrate Easter in Temecula

Thursday, March 14, 2024 9:00 AM

From delectable Easter Sunday brunches to horse-drawn carriage rides through the vines, visitors can celebrate Easter traditions while enjoying the beauty and bounty of Temecula this Spring.

Pictured: Olivia Bue, Winemaker, Robert Renzoni Vineyards - Photo Credit - Temecula Life

The ancient Egyptians believed that wine was a gift from the goddess of fertility, so it’s no surprise that

6 Unique Tours through Temecula Valley

Thursday, February 29, 2024 12:00 PM

Hey adventurers! Ready to experience Temecula Valley in the most unique ways possible? Forget the standard sightseeing routine; we're here to take you on a journey through vineyards, history, and even


America’s love affair with the margarita takes center stage in Temecula today, National Margarita Day. This thirst-quenching beverage is the most popular cocktail in North America, with a whopping 56

Top 10 Perfect Date Ideas in Temecula

Wednesday, February 14, 2024 5:00 PM

With its sprawling vineyards, gorgeous sunsets, and a treasure trove of activities, Temecula Valley is a haven for lovers seeking the perfect date experience. Whether it's your first date or your

“In pale moonlight...the wisteria’s scent...comes from far away.” -Yosa Buson, Japanese poet

Each Spring in the Temecula Valley, Wisteria trees put on a spectacular display of wonderfully fragrant