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By Jeff Pack

Year in review: Temecula Wine Country continues momentum


Last updated 1/11/2019 at 2:49pm

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Krista Chaich, executive director of the Temecula Valley Winegrowers Association, left, poses with friends and patrons at the CRUSH 2018 event in September.

Anyone who ventures out to Temecula Wine Country on a weekend knows that quite many people know about the region.

With roughly 20 million eligible wine drinkers living and working within a two-hour radius of the area, it is safe to say even more will be frequenting the winding roads and tasting room bars in the near future.

Despite another banner year for the region, which is expected to have generated more than $700 million in revenue for the region in 2018, many think 2019 will be even better.

That claim can be justified by the announcement earlier this week that Temecula Valley Southe...

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Reader Comments

tomsuttle writes:

Lest we forget... Indeed, there's a lot to be said for the several qualities that work together to perform the symphony that is Temecula's wine country. The wining the dining the beautiful vistas and the flying. Wait. 'The flying'? Most certainly. The early morning hot air balloon spectacle that greets the new day's sun is, for many visitors and even local observers, the most fascinating aspect of the entire set of qualities that combine to compose this place of magic.


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