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Cheers! May 25 is International Wine Day

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May 25 is International Wine Day. Luckily, we don’t have to travel far to enjoy a good glass of vino. San Diego is home to many unique and quirky wineries, and whether you’re a wine connoisseur or you’re new to the scene, there’s plenty of places that are perfect for celebrating.

Solterra Winery

Solterra is situated a couple of blocks from the beach in North County. Solterra’s owner and winemaker Chris Van Alyea grew up in Sonoma County and has been making wine for the last 16 years from grapes sourced in Sonoma County, Lake County, Paso Robles, San Diego County, and Baja Mexico. The wines have garnered Golds and Best of Class at top competitions in California. Solterra is the perfect place to celebrate International Wine Day. Play a game of bocce ball on the court or listen to live music on the patio from 6-8pm. Cheers!
Address: 934 N. Coast Highway 101, San Diego, CA 92023

Negociant: North Park Ubran Winery

Located in the hip neighborhood of North Park, Negotiant is the perfect place to have a glass of vino with some friends on International Wine Day. All wine is made onsite from California grapes and there’s always something happening at Negotiant, whether it’s live music, sunset trivia, or karaoke. Check out their upcoming events and stop by for a glass of wine made with love and care.
Address: 2419 El Cajon Blvd., San Diego CA 92104

San Pasqual Winery

With one location in Seaport Village and two in La Mesa, each venue offers a unique experience. Our production winery, conveniently located just off the I-8, is open every weekend for wine tasting and personal tours. The La Mesa Village venue, offers a cozy wine bar experience where visitors quickly become friends, enjoying sidewalk seating and live music on weekends. Our newest location at Seaport Village, provides a gateway to San Diego Wine Country for vacationers and locals alike, as they enjoy our wines overlooking San Diego Bay from our deck patio. San Pasqual’s unique passionfruit wines (including the habanero-inspired “Hot Passion”) are consistent award winners at the local, state, and international levels. Head over to any of their locations for International Wine Day and try some award winning vino.
Address: 805 W. Harbor Dr., San Diego CA 92101

Blue Door Urban Winery

This winery is located in Clairemont, and its straightforward approach to wine is refreshingly simple. The staff is knowledgable and friendly, and they are always ready to share their passion for wine with anyone who walks in the door. The unique events at Blue Door bring in crowds and allow you to sip vino in the presence of good company during good conversation- the way wine was meant to be enjoyed. Check out their upcoming events that include wine and paint night, wine and yoga, and a barrel tasting.

Living in San Diego and in such close proximity to great wineries gives you no excuse to get out and have a glass on International Wine Day.

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Lauren lives in OB with her French bulldog, Elvis Presley. She loves laughter and the great outdoors. You can contact her at lauren@sdentertainer.com.

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