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From hiking Torrey Pines State Reserve to surfing at Del Mar, San Diegans and visitors can now add wine tasting in Ramona to their list of things to do.
Who knew that just forty minutes northeast of San Diego, you could escape to a place as delicious to the eyes as to the palate? Southern California’s best kept secret is nestled in the sky-lined hills of Ramona Valley where rustic elegance and exquisite wines come together to create a truly memorable experience.
Maybe you’re on a romantic first date, celebrating a bridal shower or getting out of the hustle and bustle of San Diego for the day or you might be a wine enthusiast who loves tasting boutique vintages poured by the winemaker himself. Whatever brings you to Kohill Vineyard and Winery (www.kohill.com), prepare your senses to be inspired.
The growers and vintners, Mike and Aurora Kopp, have created an atmosphere that is charming, warm and comfortable as a dear friend’s home. Walking through hand-crafted wooden doors, you’re invited to taste an assortment of varietals at the charming wine bar. Guests also enjoy the scenic outdoor patio surrounded by vineyard and breathtaking views of the mountainous landscape.
With its unique microclimate, terroir and history for grape production, Ramona Valley is a designated American Viticultural Area (AVA). Under the artisanship of Mike Kopp, Kohill produces an assortment of expressive wines including estate Cabernet Sauvignon, Barbera, Refosco, Sauvignon Blanc, and Semillon plus other locally grown varietals. Additions to their selections in 2013 include the 2008 Estate Barbera and the 2010 Estate Sauvignon Blanc. To learn more, visit www.kohill.com or find Kohill on Facebook.
About Kohill Vineyard and Winery
Just forty minutes northeast of San Diego, Kohill is a destination winery that warms the heart and inspires the senses. The intimate tasting room hosts a collection of boutique vintages to be enjoyed at the charming wine bar or outdoor patio overlooking Ramona’s Valley of the Sun. Estate wines include Cabernet Sauvignon, Barbera, Refosco, Sauvignon Blanc, and Semillon plus other locally grown varietals.
For more information, visit www.kohill.com
For more information on Ramona’s wine industry, visit www.ramonavalleyvineyards.org.