Please allow me to introduce you to Tranquility Vineyard and Winery.
I am contacting you today to share with you some information regarding this new and private, member’s only vineyard and winery opening in Southern California. Nestled in the beautiful San Jacinto Mountains, in the city of Hemet, Tranquility Vineyard and Winery will be producing six different types of wines for its members. These wines are; three reds (Angelico, Barbera and Teroldego) and three whites (Fiona, Viognier and Muscat Blanc).
While members eagerly await the production of Tranquility’s signature wines, they can enjoy all the amenities and benefits included with their membership starting this May. These include access to the completely renovated 100 year-old carriage house with its amazing veranda, cigar lounge and wine storage facility. The carriage house, overlooking the entire property which boasts many acres of wine grape rows will host Tranquility’s wine tastings, pairing parties, dinner parties and is available to members for private events. Just outside the carriage house is a three stage waterway complete with lakes, waterfalls, walking-bridges and gazebo. The estate offers its members a putting and chipping green, magnificent botanical garden as well as the amazing wine cave.
The root-stock, grafted with seedlings, is set to be planted mid-March of this year. Prior to the wine grapes that are begin grown there, members will enhance their experience by savoring wines produced in the winery from other vineyards grapes. The carriage house will open April 1, 2013 to the media, and members will begin touring the grounds May 1, 2013. The botanical gardens and wine cave are scheduled to open by June, 2013.
- Reply by amour, Feb 6, 2013.
Sounds really wonderful indeed!
Thanks for sharing.
We need such locations as yours...we really do!
- Reply by EMark, Feb 6, 2013.
Welcome to Snooth, Norman. Good luck to Tranquility on this venture. Since I can't seem to get past the age verification page on your web site (discussed on another board), your posting represents all I have been able to learn about Tranquility. Thank you very much.
I am particularly excited about the red wines that you are planning to make. I consistenly enjoy California wines made from Italian varieties, although, I must admit that I have no experience at all with Teroldego. I assume that your plan is to plant those three grape varieties. In the interim, before your planted vineyards come into production I assume that the other vineyards' grapes will be procured from other growers and will be limited to those varieties that you have indicated, above. Is that correct?
- Reply by tranquilitywines, Feb 6, 2013.
EMARK, that is correct, the root stock is set to be planted in mid March of this year and during the maturing process we will be producing wine at our on-site winery and those wines will be limited to the 6 varieties as previously stated.