Ramona Ranch Winery in the News

Award-winning Winemakers Recognized by Representative Duncan Hunter

Three award-winning Ramona Valley winemakers were presented recognition certificates from Representative Duncan Hunter at the monthly meeting of the Ramona Valley Vineyards Association (RVVA) on Tuesday, January 26th as an indication of the quality and growth of the winemaking industry in San Diego County. Duncan Hunter has represented San Diego County in the U.S. House of Representatives for seven years and is co-chair of the Congressional Wine Caucus. (READ MORE)


Chamber announces award winners, installs officers

Ramona Chamber of Commerce launched 2016 by installing its new officers and directors and recognizing those who have contributed to the community at its Installation Dinner and Awards Gala Saturday night at Barona Resort. (READ MORE)

Ramona Ranch Winery Estate Tannat wins Double-Gold

Tannat originates in the Basque region of France near the Pyrenees, ironically the same area our dog, Echo (a great Pyrenees) comes from. We fell in love with Tannat when we first tasted it on a trip to Amador County. Tannat is rarely planted in the US, but has moved from France to Uruguay, where it’s considered their National Grape. (READ MORE)


Proposed San Diego County law could change the meaning of ‘local’ wine

By the time this issue is settled, everyone is going to want a drink. But the question is whether that beverage will be a glass of red made by a boutique winery with grapes grown in San Diego County, or if that wine will come from a local business that trucks in bulk wine from around the world, puts it into bottles and sells it with its own name on the label. (READ MORE)