Our Vineyard 

A Collection of Estate Wines

 11am - 5pm  

Wine Tasting Weekends

 Award Winning 

Offering Ultra Premium Wines

 Taste the Harvest 

Bottling and Wine Events

Events

February 17, 2018, 8-12pm Reyes Winery Hike and Saturday Brunch $40. Be there by 7:30am. Please wear hat, sunglasses, long pants, and comfortable shoes. It includes a two hour hike through the Sierra Pelona Mountains,...

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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. Reservations are not required, only for parties of 8 or more. Please make a reservation...

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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

Cork Taint, one of the “Wine Faults”
Posted By ReyesAdmin  Posted On 13-Feb-2018

Cork Taint, one of the “Wine Faults” By Beth Heiserman Have you ever opened a bottle of wine and as you are opening the bottle, get a whiff of something you aren’t sure what it is? Last week, I was opening a bottle of wine and as I removed the

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Viognier… the Other White Wine!
Posted By ReyesAdmin  Posted On 30-Jan-2018

Viognier... the Other White Wine! by Beth Heiserman Viognier is white wine varietal from the Rhône Valley in France. Officially, it is the only white grape allowed in the region. It is also grown around the world, such as Australia, North and South America. We brought in our 2016 Viognier

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Why do we use Oak Barrels for wine?
Posted By ReyesAdmin  Posted On 23-Jan-2018

Why do we use Oak Barrels for wine? By Beth Heiserman Over 2000 years ago, a Greek historian, documented that wood barrels were used for wine in ancient Mesopotamia.  I have mentioned before, in my article about “Orange Wines” that approximately 6000 years ago, wine was aged and stored in clay

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