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Events

 "Paella Day" July 29, 2017  2-5pm $49 per person. Includes lunch, and 2 glasses of wine. Enjoy eating your paella while listening to live music and drinking award winning wines. The Still Moving Project will...

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Visit our Tasting Room

Reyes Winery is dedicated to bringing you Ultra Premium wines. We are open for tastings Saturdays and Sundays from 11am-5pm.            

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Wine Club

    Are you a Wine Club Member?     Do you know the benefits of being a member?         15% off all purchases Free wine tasting for 2 Discounts at local...

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Home Wine Parties

Bringing the Winery Experience to You! All you need to do is…. Invite your friends for a unique affair! For more info or to book a home wine party, please contact us at 661-268-1865 Or...

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REYES WINERY ONLINE WINE STORE IS NOW OPEN!

VISIT OUR WINE STORE FOR A VARIETY OF ESTATE CHOICE WINES…CLICK HERE.

Latest from the Blog

Syrah or Shiraz?
Posted By ReyesAdmin  Posted On 06-Jul-2017

Syrah or Shiraz? By Beth P. Heiserman When I first started at Reyes Winery in Agua Dulce, I remember trying the 2009 Syrah. It became my favorite instantly. It has such a great smokiness and is so fruit forward that I knew it would be perfect to pair with bison

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World Malbec Day!
Posted By ReyesAdmin  Posted On 04-Apr-2017

Malbec is considered to be a thin-skinned purple grape that tends to be a full-bodied wine. Black cherry, plum, berries, mocha, molasses, leather and black pepper are some of the notes you will recognize. The aromas will vary based upon climate where it is grown. It has many names, but

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On St. Patrick’s Day, Everyone is a ‘Little Bit Irish’
Posted By ReyesAdmin  Posted On 01-Mar-2017

On St. Patrick’s Day, Everyone is a ‘Little Bit Irish’ by Beth P. Heiserman Have you ever had an Irish wine? Many people are familiar with Irish whisky, beer and even Irish liqueurs. Who doesn’t love Irish crème liqueur and coffee? However, the Irish do make wine, too! They grow

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