openPR Logo
Press release

BEst Wineries in Santa Barbara

05-17-2019 08:35 PM CET | Tourism, Cars, Traffic

Press release from: Golden Rooster Limousines & Wine Tours

Beautiful Santa Ynez Vineyard in the winter.

Beautiful Santa Ynez Vineyard in the winter.

Best Wineries in Santa Barbara Wine Country.

If you are going on a wine tour in Santa Barbara, you are in luck. Santa Barbara wine country is a very special place. The lifestyle, the nature and the wineries make this area truly spectacular and unique. Wine country (Santa Ynez area) is about 45 minutes north of Santa Barbara. This is the majority of grapes that end up getting turned into wine are farmed. There is a very small amount farmed in Ojai, on the southern end of the county.

Santa Ynez, Solvang, Buellton, and Los Olivos are tiny towns that are scattered in Santa Barbara wine country and account for most of the population that live in wine country here (about 10,000 per town (guesstimate)). Each town is only about a 5 minute drive from the next, and a big industry here is wine. Los Olivos in Particular, is about 4 blocks long in either direction, and made up mostly of wine tasting rooms, a couple of restaurants and boutique shops. You spend the day either drinking, eating, or shopping, its paradise for thousands of people every week. In Time, in Los Olivos seems to have come to a halt many many years ago. Los Olivos may be an addiction.

Everywhere you look in Santa Ynez, you see beauty. Mountains, flowers blooming in the spring, rivers, vineyards, rock formations, Old Spanish architecture, Danish history, food, and diversity. Santa Barbara also, has the Transverse Ranges, a group of mountain ranges that has east-west orientation. Those mountain ranges make the area un-like anywhere else. Its like having the Pacific Ocean using a 15 mile funnel to influence whether passing through Lompoc and dumping it in Santa Ynez all for the grapes to enjoy. Or not, the more stress on the grape the better. Plenty of sun, nature, wild life, and lots of open space. Figueroa Mountain, a towering mountain sticking up from the range it sits on, looks amazingly beautiful covered by the gold California poppies in the spring.

And then, there are the wineries.

Since the early 70s, when commercial wine production began in Santa Barbara, there have been many creative and well funded people in the area and have been building, and developing wineries. There are many beautiful estates with amazing chateaus that will make you feel like you are in an European castle in medieval ages, with all modern features and luxuries of course. There are luxurious barn houses, and simple yet very elegant adobes. All of these wineries have different wine makers and different styles of wines, really good wine.

So, which one is the best winery? It depends. When it comes to the wineries, just like the wine, everyone has a different palate. Some are better for a group of bachelorettes, some are better for a group of retirees, while some offer a better experience for a couple. Some wineries, take the time to teach and share with you their passion for wine, family and tradition, while others don't know the name of the person that started the winery, but they will serve you lots of very good, well priced wine. Some wineries have big beautiful tasting rooms with lots of roses, manicured lawns, beautiful trees, and will rent out the Villa for your wedding if you decide to tie the knot there, very beautiful.

My list of current best wineries changes all the time, its the wine, seasons, weather, people, terrain, among many other factors. Esfuerzo Wines, Happy Canyon Vineyards, Fess Parker winery and Roblar Winery.

Let us know the kind of experience you are looking for, and we will tell you which are the best wineries in Santa Barbara for you. We offers wine tours in Santa Ynez, Solvang and Los Olivos.

Sonali MC

Golden Rooster Limousines & Wine Tours

www.goldenroostersb.com

(805)880-3539

Here is a note from a previous guest.

"Outstanding service, driver and wine tour. These guys really know what
they're doing and have a passion for great service! Booking, scheduling
was easy and the driver (Karry) was incredible. He kept us on schedule,
appearing just as we needed to leave for our next destination as our
group of friends enjoyed a Sideways wine/food tour. We highly recommend
Golden Rooster!!!!" -- Greg N. Yelp 2018

Golden Rooster Limousines & Wine Tours provides wine tasting tours in Santa Ynez wine country.
www.goldenroostersb.com
(805)880-3539

Solvang Wine Tours - Santa Ynez Wine Tours - Santa Barbara Wine Tours

270 E Highway 246 Ste 202
Buellton, CA 93427

This release was published on openPR.

Permanent link to this press release:

Copy
Please set a link in the press area of your homepage to this press release on openPR. openPR disclaims liability for any content contained in this release.

You can edit or delete your press release BEst Wineries in Santa Barbara here

News-ID: 1742709 • Views: 418

More Releases for Santa

Santa Clara County Federal Credit Union Sponsors Santa Clara Teacher Recognition …
County Federal Continues to Partner with the Santa Clara County Office of Education to Honor Teacher Excellence and Commitment. San Jose, CA, USA -- The Santa Clara County Federal Credit Union (http://www.sccfcu.org) is proud to be a sponsor of the Teacher Recognition Celebration organized by the Santa Clara County Office of Education (SCCOE) again this year. This marks the 23rd year that County Federal has partnered with the SCCOE to recognize
“Santa Paws” Is Coming to Castaways
(Port Jefferson Station, NY) — Save-A-Pet Animal Rescue and Adoption Center, Inc. announced that “Santa Paws” is coming to Castaways, Save-A-Pet's retail shop- and-adopt store. Santa will be at Castaways on December 3 and 11 from noon to 3 p.m. A professional photographer will be on hand to take family portraits as well as pet portraits. You will receive a 5x7-inch print the same day. All dogs should be placed on a
Collecting Santa This Week at LiveAuctionTalk.com
He is the moonlight caller who arrives once a year when everyone is sound asleep. From the world of perpetual cold, the snow-frosted traveler in the red suit, white beard and pink cheeks has many faces in many countries. His Yuletide figure is a welcome site year after year as he’s resurrected from the Christmas box one more time. An emissary of love and hope, Santa’s appeal
Santa Goes West
SAN ANTONIO – This December, Enchanted Springs Ranch invites families to celebrate the holidays the Old West way at its annual Cowboy Christmas. Vicki Schmidt, co-owner of Enchanted Springs Ranch with her husband Steve, calls the event a chance for guests to see the Old West in a new way. “We’re going to have the whole place decorated,” she says. “Imagine spending the holidays in an authentic Old West town
New single has Santa backin' the Pack
"You knew it was bound to happen sooner or later. Santa's gone green and gold. The red suit is history, and so is the "ho, ho, ho!" He wears a Cheesehead hat and his suit is now green and gold. He no longer chuckles ho, ho, ho. He rides on a sleigh shouting Go Pack, Go. Cause Santa Claus dun got a taste
Letters Truly From Santa Claus
A letter truly from Santa Claus is discovered to be a cherished local family Christmas tradition. - Maybe one of Christmas season's best kept secrets has been recently discovered and is rapidly becoming a holiday must for many families worldwide. Santa Claus, Indiana - December 11, 2005 For years now it has been no secret to the just over 2,000 residents of the small town called Santa Claus, that many travel from