The Fall Wine Harvest In Ramona California

By Vanessa Howard

Despite it being one of the hottest growing seasons in recent memory, 2022 is shaping up to be a delicious year for wine in Ramona. In fact, the heat of this year has resulted in the production of smaller but more flavorful grapes that are ideal for winemaking. Keep reading to find out more about some of the wineries and events coming this fall in Ramona.

Where To Stay

Adamo Ranch

This one-of-a-kind property is perched on a hill accessed by a private 4-mile road. As you ascend to your home-away-from-home, you’ll first notice the gorgeous panoramic views. Adamo Ranch is a 4 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom home on 22 acres of private and secluded hillside. It is a spacious, thoughtfully decorated space that offers a relaxing escape with all of the comforts of home. Guests to the ranch can rest in the comfortable bedrooms and relax in the large and bright living spaces, or enjoy the stunning views from the sunrooms. Whatever you do, don’t miss a beautiful sunset from the pool during your stay at Arrivls Adamo Ranch! Book Adamo Ranch here.

If you’re looking for more things to do while staying at Adamo Ranch make sure to check out 5 Things To Do Near Adamo Ranch and 5 Hikes Near Adamo Ranch

The Fall Wine Harvest And More In Ramona California

Ramona is largely known for their wineries, you can find out more about that by reading Wine Tastings Near Adamo Ranch. There are many amazing wineries in the valley that have been producing some of the best wine in California for decades. 

Fall is the time of the grape harvest in Ramona, but this fall it’s been a bit late. Thanks to the heat of the summer and only starting at the end of September, this harvest won’t yield as much wine, but it will be sweeter! You may be thinking, what should I do if I visit Ramona in the fall, well we’re glad you asked…

Ramona Art and Wine Festival 

The 10th annual Ramona Art and Wine Festival takes place each fall in this charming town. The festival will be held on November 5th this year from 11 am to 5 pm. You can expect wine tastings from Ramona area wineries, special food prepared by gourmet chefs, and local artists booths. You must be 21+ to attend the event and have a valid ID. 

Ramona Art and Wine Festival| 18528 Highland Valley Road, Ramona, CA| 760-787-1102

Wine & Guitar Jam

Held at Three Hills Winery in Ramona, the Wine and Guitar Jam puts the fun back in Friday! If you are in town on October 21st make sure to join this fun event. At only $12 per person, including pizza and a salad, you just can’t go wrong. You’ll need to make a reservation! Their award winning wines include red varietals, white wines, rosé wines, red blends, port wines, and dessert wines. You can make a reservation here

Three Hills Winery| 16805 Highland Valley Road, Ramona, CA| (619) 507-7920

Visit An Amazing Winery For Autumn Ambiance

We’ve already recommended some of the best wineries near Arrivls Adamo Ranch here, but that list only scratches the surface. Here are a few extras you may want to check out this fall…

Ramona Ranch

At Ramona Ranch, they take pride in producing balanced wine that will stand the test of time. They also focus on sustainability, those eco conscious travelers may want to pay this charming place a visit. In fact, they utilize solar energy from solar panels as well as wind energy from a wind turbine located on the property to power some of the vineyard’s needs.

Their meticulous selection process in their fruits shows in the Romana Ranch’s amazing selection of wines. These include a Sauvignon Blanc, Cadillac Red Reserve, and Syrah. Animal lovers won’t want to miss meeting the ranch’s adorable animals including horses, cows, goats, and cute pups! 

Ramona Ranch|  23578 Highway 78, Ramona CA 92065| (760) 789-1622

Kohill Vineyard And Winery 

The showstopper at Kohill Vineyard and Winery is the Syrah, which is a blend that produces a dark, concentrated cherry and strawberry fruit with a touch of white pepper spice. Yum! Their flagship win is The Petite Sirah, another rich and dense red that is both accessible and also balanced by impressive tannins. 

The charming and cozy tasting room is small, but the patio offers stunning views of the valley and the property’s eight acres which makes it a great fall destination. Guests are encouraged to bring a picnic and their dogs so they can spend a relaxing afternoon at the winery. Make sure to try their Cabernet Sauvignon, Southern Rhône-style blends, and a dessert wine. 

Kohill Vineyard And Winery| 17211 Highlander Dr, Ramona, CA 92065| (760) 787-1042

Edward Vineyards And Cellars

Their open-air tasting patio at Edwards Vineyards and Cellars is perfect for enjoying the cool fall breezes and a relaxing fall vineyard view. Look for the yellow and orange umbrellas to lead you to a comfortable tasting area and very impressive 100% estate-grown red wines and rosés. 

The setting of the patio offers great views of Witch Creek Mountain, Cuyamaca Peak, horse farms, and roaming camels. How cool? Many of the wines here are single-barrel selections or blends made in very limited quantities. Make sure to try the Rose of Syrah and the Cotes du Ramona. 

Edward Vineyards And Cellars| 26502 CA-78, Ramona, CA 92065| (760) 788-6800

Not into wine? Ramona has some great fall activities like…

Visit Mountain Valley Ranch Pumpkin Patch

Want to get in the fall spirit with the whole family? Head to Mountain Valley Ranch Pumpkin Patch! Admission is free and this charming pumpkin patch offers a corn maze, corn cannon, petting zoo, and pony rides. You’ll find an assortment of pumpkins perfect for carving, gourds and Indian corn. It’s a great fall activity for the whole family. 

Mountain Valley Ranch Pumpkin Patch| 842 CA-78, Ramona, CA 92065| (760) 788-8703Whether you want to take part in an amazing fall festival, visit a winery, or take the family to a pumpkin patch this fall, Ramona is perfect for you. You’ll love coming home to a relaxing space at Adamo Ranch after a day out exploring in Ramona.

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