Hacienda de las Rosas

Old Town San Diego is known for its Mexican food and historic charm, but little did I know in addition to margaritas there is a winery’s tasting room in the middle of the Fiesta de Reyes plaza.  The tasting room is owned by the Hacienda de las Rosas winery in Ramona.

Vintners William Holzhauer and Tammy Rimes started the winery in 1998. Over the years, they have planted the vineyards, built the horse facilities, developed a breeding program and constructed a winery where they embrace the essence of Spanish wine making traditions, making Old Town San Diego a perfect venue for their tasting room.

The tasting room is comfortable and the staff are knowledgeable about wine and Old Town history, as well.  If you’re strolling through the park, five tastes are only $10.  Give them a shot.


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