Rancho Guejito Vineyard grows its wine grapes in the fine soils and climates of one of the last remaining Mexican land-grants of Old California. Established in 1845, Rancho Guejito encompasses almost 23,000 acres (36 square miles). It is home to one of the earliest Vineyards planted in California and is currently home to hundreds of acres of citrus, avocados, vineyards, and almost 2,000 grass-fed cattle.
The extensive area of Rancho Guejito provides outstanding venues for vineyards. Elevation from sea level to mountain tops of over 4000 feet, varied soil types and contrasting micro-climates all combine to produce superior grapes of popular niche as well as more mainstream varieties:
Cabernet Sauvignon • Mouvedre • Malbec • Grenache • Grenache Blanc • Roussanne • Sangiovese • Syrah • Torontes • Marsanne • Trebbiano Toscano • Picpoul Blanc • Malvasia Bianca • Petite Manseng • Cinsaut • Viognier • Terret Noir • Clairette Blanc • and more outstanding blended varieties.
Our tasting room is open every Sunday from Noon - 7PM for the 2018 Summer Season. Private Tours and Tastings are available by appointment.
We host a variety of special events throughout the year, including private parties, special tastings, classes, wine talks, and more...
On September 20, 1845, Jose Maria Orozco, a customs agent, boarded his horse-drawn wagon and headed north from Old Town San Diego...
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