Reyes Winery is breaking ground Thursday, Aug. 1, on its second location, a 3-story mixed-use building in Newhall.
Because of a passion for wine and winemaking, Robert Reyes envisioned having a small vineyard to produce small amounts of ultra-premium wines for family and friends, which has blossomed into a striving winery with a tasting room open on weekends. The land was acquired in 2002 and the 16-acre property was planted in 2004. The winery has produced many award-winning wines, which include single varietal, Amber, red blends, dessert wines, and great Rosés.
Reyes Winery and Vineyard is located in the Sierra Pelona Valley Appellation in Santa Clarita. Reyes Winery has won over 300 awards & medals as of July 1st, 2019. Reyes Winery emphasizes quality in every facet of production to ensure that once consumers taste its wines, they will recognize the quality and craftsmanship that goes into every bottle. Reyes Winery’s mission is to deliver the highest quality wine produced in Los Angeles County at a fair price. Reyes Winery believes the quality of its wines will ultimately speak for itself when compared with other Ultra-Premium wines on the market.
Reyes Winery on Main began construction Monday. The 3-story mixed use building will include a restaurant, office and meeting space, and a roof-top open-space tasting room to display its award-winning wines.
When: Thursday, Aug. 1
Reception time: 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Where: Reyes Winery on Main, 24329 Main Street, Newhall
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