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Temecula was founded in 1859 and has been growing ever since. Constant construction, new traffic lights at every corner and of course, new tourist attractions. It’s important to be able to find the places that are doing it right and for the right reasons. Most people come to Temecula for a long weekend, so here are some stops you must consider on your trip through Temecula Valley.
Stopping by Temecula anytime from March to November will greet you with blue skies and hot, sunny days. Most famous for its wine country, Temecula offers close to 50 wineries and tasting rooms. Few expect our rolling, vineyard-covered hills so close to the desert, and so accessible from two of California’s important cities.
Our unique valley has been producing wine for centuries though, dating back to the Spanish missionaries. However, modern winemaking didn’t get underway until the late 1960s, and is now an integral part of who we are.
In our relative newness, mistakes have been made, costing us clout among the wine world’s elite. But as we’ve come to know our lands better and learn what varietals thrive here, Temecula wine is proving that it can and will demand your palate’s attention.