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3 CA Resorts to Visit for Wine Crush Season

by Kimberly Krol Inlander

Oct 4, 2022

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California vintners currently celebrate the harvest and crush season, and these three resorts allow travelers to indulge in wine while enjoying relaxing getaways. Managed by KSL Resorts, each is close to a different wine region, including Temecula Valley, Central Coast Wine Country, Napa Valley and Valle de Guadalupe.




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Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina

Convenient to both Temecula Valley and Baja Wine Country excursions, the hotel’s San Diego Bed & Breakfast package includes breakfast before heading off to tour either Valle de Guadalupe, where 90 percent of Mexican wine is produced, or Temecula Valley, known for a climate that grows premium grapes.




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Vespera Resort on Pismo Beach

Midway between San Francisco and Los Angeles, this is the resort for your Central Coast Wine Country adventures, including Edna Valley and Paso Robles. Guests at Vespera Resort receive a $100 credit from Pequín Coastal Cocina. Additionally, the resort partnered with The Wine Wrangler for an exclusive Wine Experience Tour when using code VESPERA.



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Silverado Resort and Spa

In the heart of Napa Valley, the resort offers access to more than 400 area wineries. On Saturday, Silverado hosts Best of the Valley wine tastings with sommelier-led selections from local wineries. With the hotel’s Napa Crush Package, receive a bottle of Napa wine at check-in, a $75 resort credit and up to 25 percent off the best available room rate.


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