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Our One-Year Anniversary Party: A Success!

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We had a terrific turnout on Sunday for our One-Year Tasting Room Anniversary party. All of us at Pamo Valley Winery would like to wish a huge Thank You to everyone.

 

Thank You!

 
 

 

If you weren’t able to make it out on Sunday, we’d love to share our anniversary with you! Feel free to stop by our Facebook page to see some very happy people enjoying a beautiful day.

 

(If you have any pictures, we’d love to see them!)

 

Thanks again to everyone for your continued support!!

 
 

Introducing Our Newest Wine: Little Early One

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We’re excited to announce the latest addition to our wine family: Little Early One!

Pamo Valley Winery, Little Early One

Vibrant aromas of plum synchronize with savory spices and roasted nuts. Flavors of strawberry-cherry jamminess, and cloves, build into violet, and dried apricot, and are followed by a polished finale of honey and fig.

Paris well with pasta, pizza, barbecued or smoked meats, and Mexican food.

Tempranillo [Temp-ra-knee-oh] is a famous Spanish grape variety used in many rich Spanish red wines. Primitivo [Pri-mi-tì-vo], originating in Greece and transported into Italy, is genetically the father to the well-loved Zinfandel grape. Both varietals need only a short growing season and their early ripening tendencies are the source of the name “little early one.”

An Anniversary You Won’t Want To Miss!

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One year ago, we opened up the Pamo Valley Winery Tasting Room. Can you believe it’s been a year already?!

 

Refreshing SangriaWhile we have heaps of terrific events and news to share over the coming months, we’re taking a short pause to reflect back on the previous year and all the wonderful memories.

 

Stop by this Sunday, June 10 between 11AM and 8PM to celebrate with us! We’ll be serving refreshing sangria and delicious cake, along with live music and prize drawings!

 

Pamo Valley Winery Tasting Room
One-Year Anniversary Party
603 Main Street Ramona, CA 92065 (map)
760-271-3090

 
 

Mother’s Day At Pamo Valley Winery

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We had such a fun time with all the Moms who stopped by the Pamo Valley Winery Tasting Room on Sunday.

Thanks Moms!

Mother's Day 2012 at Pamo Valley Winery Tasting Room

Flowers: Provided by Sun Valley Florist

Mother's Day 2012 at Pamo Valley Winery Tasting Room

Champagne: Provided by Escalona Cellars

Mother's Day 2012 at Pamo Valley Winery Tasting Room

Fun times: Provided by Moms!
Mother's Day 2012 at Pamo Valley Winery Tasting Room

Fun times: Provided by Moms!

Pamo Valley Winery’s 2nd Annual “Name the Pink” Competition!

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Create and name Pamo Valley Winery’s next 2011 pink blend!

It’s easy, creative, and informative, bringing out everyone’s imaginative spirit. This is a great opportunity to deepen your knowledge of wine while having a blast!

The purpose of our “Name the Pink” tasting and competition is to create a traditional rose/blush blend from single varietal wines while bringing people together, having fun and enjoying being a part of the participation of creating and naming Pamo Valley Winery’s next 2011 pink blend!

Swirl, sniff and sip — vote on the top three based on the color, clarity, aroma, flavor intensity of the fruit, weight and finish. Score cards provided.

 

WHEN
Monday, February 27th
2:00PM – 6:00PM

 

WHERE
Pamo Valley Winery Tasting Room
603 Main Street
Ramona, CA 92065

 

COST

  • 5 tastes for $5 (wine club members)
  • 5 tastes for $10 (non members)

 

NO SIGN UP NEEDED!
Just stop by our tasting room!

 

NOTES
A rosé (From French: rosé, also known as rosado in Spanish-speaking countries or rosato in Italy) is a type of wine that has some of the color typical of a red wine, but only enough to turn it pink. The pink color can range from a pale orange to a vivid near-purple, depending on the grapes and wine making techniques.

“Blush” originally referred to a color (pale pink), it now tends to indicate a relatively sweet pink wine, typically with 2.5% residual sugar; in North America dry pink wines are usually marketed as rosé but sometimes as blush. In Europe, almost all pink wines are referred to as rosé regardless of sugar levels, even semi-sweet ones from California.