Who owns Ponte winery?

Who owns Ponte winery?

Claudio Ponte and partners
Temecula Valley is Southern California’s Wine Country….Winery Profile.

Address: 35053 Rancho California Road Temecula, CA 92591
Owned by: Claudio Ponte and partners
Winery Established: 2003
Current Production: 22,000 cases

Does Santa Barbara have wineries?

Santa Barbara wine country offers the wine-curious traveler an authentic experience all its own. Diversity is what defines the authentic vibe of the Santa Barbara wine experience. Amidst a buzzing downtown scene, the urban wine trail is electric, with dozens of tasting rooms and working wineries peppering the city.

What wines is Santa Barbara known for?

While Santa Barbara has established a reputation for world-class pinot noir, chardonnay, and syrah, you’ll also find deeply-nuanced Bordeauxs, elegant Rhône-style wines, and even Spanish and Italian varietals.

How many wineries are in Santa Barbara?

Bustling on the Central Coast, Santa Barbara is home to nearly 450,000 people. Seemingly smaller in stature, it’s easy to get lost in this paradise and feel like you are miles away from the hustle and bustle of urban life. With 100+ wineries (and growing) there is much to explore.

What happened to Santa Barbara Winery?

On Sunday Oreana Winery closed its doors after two decades on Anacapa Street. Across the street, Santa Barbara Winery will be closing its doors Wednesday and moving locations. Another Santa Barbara County winery is expected to move into the Funk Zone.

Who owns Santa Barbara Winery?

A group of investors led by Ken Fredrickson, a master sommelier and wholesaler, has purchased a 70 percent stake in the winery. Founders Greg Brewer, 44, and Steve Clifton, 50, as well as Crystal Clifton, 36, now each own 10 percent of the Santa Barbara County-based company.