Rancho Guejito Vineyard

Step Back In Time

A Taste of Early California…

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.

Our Vineyards

Our Tasting Room

Our tasting room is located at historic Rockwood Ranch at the southern tip of the property. Join us for live music and hayride tours. We are family friendly and allow leashed dogs. Open Saturdays and Sundays, 11 am – 7 pm.

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Our Early History

On September 20, 1845, Jose Maria Orozco, a customs agent, boarded his horse-drawn wagon and headed north from Old Town San Diego to what is now Valley Center…

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