Taste of Ramona Valley is a “Home Run”

     More than 100 friends and guests attended “A Taste of Ramona Valley,” an evening of wine tasting presented by the Hilton Garden Inn, San Diego/ Del Mar and five Ramona Valley Boutique Wineries.
     Scaredy Cat Ranch, Chuparosa Vineyards, Edwards Vienyard and Cellars, Kohill Winery and Woof ‘n Rose Winery each brought their estate grown, produced and bottled wines, that have yet to be commercially released. It was an opportunity for all to sample local wines from a region experiencing an exciting renaissance of an old tradition. Bob Rauch, Owner of the Hilton Garden Inn, San Diego/ Del Mar, said the evening was a “home run,” and is looking for more opportunities to partner with local businesses to bring hotel guests and locals quality food and wines at a great price.
     Take a look at some snap-shots of the evening.

Scaredy Cat Ranch Winemakers, Becky and Joe Cullen, show off their Cabernet Sauvignon and Tempranillo.
Scaredy Cat Ranch Winemakers, Becky and Joe Cullen, show off their Cabernet Sauvignon and Tempranillo.
Kohill Winery wine maker, Aurora (3rd from left), and friends had an enchanting evening
(from left) Laura Meuleman, Jan Meuleman, Aurora Kopp-Kohill, and Lindsey Meuleman had an enchanting evening.
Stanley Moskowitz and Bob Rauch, the master-minds of the event, enjoy a glass together.
Stanley Moskowitz and Bob Rauch, the ring leaders of the event, enjoy a glass together.
Friends of Kohill Winery enjoy the fine wine, great company, and tasty appetizers
from Left: Pat Welty, Laura Meuleman, Jan Meuleman, Lindsey Meuleman and Joe Murray - Friends of Kohill Winery enjoy the fine wine, great company, and tasty appetizers.
Steve Kahle, wine maker/CEO of Woof 'n Rose Winery; Bob Rauch, Owner- GM of the Hilton Garden Inn, San Diego/ Del Mar; and Joe Cullen, wine maker and CEO of Scaredy Cat Ranch Winery, were thrilled with the turn out.
Steve Kahle, wine maker/CEO of Woof 'n Rose Winery; Bob Rauch, Owner- GM of the Hilton Garden Inn, San Diego/ Del Mar; and Joe Cullen, wine maker and CEO of Scaredy Cat Ranch Winery, were thrilled with the turn out.
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