Reyes Winery is offering a Tour and Tasting package. After purchasing the package, please make reservations. (Go to the right side of the screen and scroll down, there is a red button that says "RESERVE NOW", click...Read More
Reyes Winery is dedicated to bringing you Ultra Premium wines. We are open for tastings Saturdays and Sundays from 11am-5pm.Read More
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...Read More
Join us for our 4th Annual Sierra Pelona Valley Wine Festival!!! The Festival will be held at our Vineyard Saturday April 23, 2016 from 12pm-4pm VIP entrance at 11am . The wine festival features numerous wineries and local wine makers offering tastings of their best wines. There will also be gourmet food and specialty items sampling, handmade crafts from local artisans, live music, live auction and lots of fun for a great day. Benefits will support the SCV Senior Center.
Attendees will receive; specialty event glass, event plate, specialty gift bag, wine and food sampling and free parking
Prepaid for general admission tickets are $75 and VIP $100 (if still available – 100 tickets are available)
April 10, 2016 – April 23, 2016 General Admission tickets will be available for $85 each.
Robert Reyes promotes 3rd Annual Sierra Pelona Wine Festival to benefit American Cancer Society's Relay For Life of the Santa Clarita Valley on SCVtv on February 18, 2015 with Stacy Kupfer. http://scvtv.com/?p=22000 March 21, 2015, 8am-12pm ReyesRead More
Each year the Los Angeles Business Journal recognizes prominent Latino-owned businesses and individuals based on their merits, success, and contributions to their communities. The LA Journal gives out 5 business awards based on the size of the businesses, from small private to Large Public, plus an award for aRead More
Evaluating Wine by Sight I previously discussed wine tasting surroundings and avoiding unwanted smells. Your next step is to visually examine the wine; your glass should be about one-quarter full. Look straight down into the glass, then hold the glass to the light, and finally, tilt the glassRead More