Posts Tagged ‘Wine’

Babcock Winery, Lompoc: Cheers to an Incredible Wine Tasting Adventure

Located off Highway 246 lies an inviting 110 acres of lush vineyard and beautiful countryside, enticing guests into the exciting Babcock Winery and Vineyards. Owned and run by partners Bryan Babcock and his wife, Lisa, the Babcock Winery and Vineyard offers their gusts a unique wine tasting experience, all in the comfort of an effortlessly…

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Explore the Caves at Cottonwood Canyon Winery

Located on the Foxen Canyon Wine Trail, Cottonwood Canyon Vineyard and Winery is a beautiful sight to visit and wine taste some of Santa Barbara’s best wines. Nestled inside a 78-acre canyon filled with cottonwood trees, Cottonwood Canyon is a peaceful place to sit and enjoy a glass a wine, while looking out across this gorgeous property and the valley beyond.…

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Sculpterra Winery and Sculpture Garden, Paso Robles – Combining Exceptional Art Alongside Superlative Wines in A Unique Fusion of Craftsmanship

Enter a world where wine and art collide at the Sculpterra Winery and Sculpture Garden in Paso Robles, California. Family owned and run, the Frankel family have put their heart and soul into giving visitors a world-class experience, offering exclusive wine tastings alongside views of ornately made sculptures from local artists. This breathtaking combination of…

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Old Orcutt-The Perfect Place to Wine-About

Owner’s Kurt and Dawn make you feel like family at Vino et Amicis. Old Orcutt is a place to Wine-About. Step out of the hustle, bustle and busyness of life, to enjoy all that Old Orcutt has to offer.  Experience fine, award-winning wine from our world class wine region, or taste delicious food from one…

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Giddy Right On Up to Cowgirl Winery

Cowgirl Winery Tractor

  If you find yourself wanting to play bocce ball, while sipping a perfectly chilled glass of wine, then Cowgirl Winery in Carmel Valley, is your place. While Carmel-By-The-Sea gets blanketed in fog during summer, a few miles inland, Carmel Valley stays hot, but has plenty of options to cool you down. Whether you want to get chauffeured around on the…

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My Heart Sang in Harmony

harmony gazebo

Winding up Highway 1, also known as Pacific Coast Highway, and discovering interesting places with deep history and diversity is one of my favorite things to do.  It’s a natural wonderland. If you haven’t taken a drive up Highway 1 on the California Central Coast, you are in for a huge treat. The scenery is…

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The Bardot Brasserie is a Top Spot for Dining in Las Vegas

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KEYS 2 THE COAST may have found the best restaurants for brunch, in all of Las Vegas. Considering the options, that’s a big statement. The Bardot Brasserie Restaurant is located inside the Aria Hotel.I stumbled upon it while at a travel conference, with Montecito Village Travel at the Aria and, as soon as I saw it, the beautiful entrance beckoned me to enter.…

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Schooner’s Wharf is a Destination Sensation – Cayucos, CA

Schooner's Wharf Patio

By Gaby Mendoza Cayucos, California is the perfect place to get away, whether it’s just for the day or for an entire vacation. It has some of the best mom and pop restaurants in the area. Being right on the coast, seafood is one of the town’s specialty tastes. Schooner’s Wharf Restaurant is a favorite…

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Depot Mall in Los Alamos, CA

Los Alamos Depot Antiques

By Donna Polizzi Keys 2 the Coast exists to share reviews on the best places to wine, dine and explore. If you like antiques, the Los Alamos Depot Antique Mall and Wine Pub at 515 Bell St. is stellar. The Depot Mall was originally a train station back in 1882, on the Central Coast railroad. …

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