Southern California's Prettiest Wineries

September is, by official gubernatorial decree, California Wine Month. It's also harvest month for most of the wineries in the state, including the (relatively) few but proud in the southern half of the state. (Did you know California produces 90% of the country's wine?)

To celebrate, here are some of the most gorgeous (or funniest) photos of Southern California wineries. Put some wine in your coffee mug, kick your shoes off under your desk, and enjoy.

Edna Valley Wineyard. Image by Flickr user lyzadanger, used under a Creative Commons License.


Naramata Wineries. Image by Flickr user Urban Mixer, used under a Creative Commons License.

Image by Flickr user satosphere, used under a Creative Commons License.

Frog Leap Winery. Image by Flickr user balaji shankar, used under a Creative Commons License.

Newton Vineyards. Image by Flickr user balaji shanka, used under a Creative Commons License.

Rubicon Estate. Image by Flickr user derekskey, used under a Creative Commons License.

Nickel Cellar. Image by Flickr user ghirson, used under a Creative Commons License.

Rutherford Estate. Image by Flickr user wallyg, used under a Creative Commons License.

South Coast Winery. Image by Flickr user myhsu, used under a Creative Commons License.


Wilson Creek. Image by Flickr user Janna McLaughlin, used under a Creative Commons License.

Rombauer Vineyards. Image by Flickr user ChadScott, used under a Creative Commons License.

Rombauer Vineyards. Image by Flickr user ChadScott, used under a Creative Commons License.

Wilson Creek. Image by Flickr user D_P_R, used under a Creative Commons License.

Reporting by Yoli Martinez.


About the Author

Katherine's role as the Living editor at KCET.org keeps her running from farms to markets to restaurants to pop-up swaps all over SoCal. She's been living in and writing about this area for over a decade.
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