Weekend Wine Tasting Events
A Hidden Vine holds organized wine tasting events on most weekends from 6:30pm to 8:30pm. Join us on our beautiful patio overlooking scenic Lake Mission Viejo. See our schedule below.
Our tasting evening features a personable wine specialist who informs and entertains with their love and knowledge of the fruit of the vine. Its truly a memorable evening.
Savor six different high-quality wines, paired with delicious cheese and charcuterie. End your evening with a magnificent chocolate treat.
Seating is limited * * * $40 person
Reservations are required at:
Wine Tasting Schedule
August 8 , 2015
They say good fences make good neighbors, but
it was a love of wine and winemaking that was the entrée between Opolo owners
Rick Quinn and Dave Nichols. Their two families have lived side-by-side in
Camarillo since 1996. As Nichols remembers, "I knew Rick to say hello to,
but that was about it. Then one day, he said to me, 'Hey Dave, I just planted
10,000 grapevines!' " And so began the evolution of Opolo.
bought vineyard property adjoining Quinn's. Together they now own about 280
acres of vineyards in Paso Robles. The Westside vineyards are in the Adelaide
hills, producing wines such as Pinot Noir and Sangiovese, while the Eastside
properties produce varietals such as Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon. The majority
of vineyards have been producing outstanding fruit since 1998. Come find out
why Opolo has become an essential Paso Robles destination.
August 14/15 , 2015
No Wine Tasting This Weekend
Still come by and enjoy wine by the glass at 30% off. Happy hour is from 4-8 on Friday and Saturday! Cheese and Charcuterie Platters are available as well as our hot freshly made flatbreads.
August 22 , 2015
visionary, Roger Bower, is on the cutting edge of an emerging movement in Santa
Barbara County. He works closely with all aspects of farming and winemaking,
ranch management, as well as sales and marketing. Receiving numerous accolades,
Westerly has become a winery others emulate regarding both philosophy and
Happy Canyon? Happy Canyon of Santa Barbara is the easternmost growing region
in Santa Barbara County. First planted in 1996, the American Viticultural Area
(AVA) is widely recognized for its
unique micro-climate, serpentine-laced soils, and its ability to produce top
quality Bordeaux varietals.
During Prohibition, a
“California Moonshine” was produced in the nearby foothills of the Los Padres
mountains. Legend has it that folks would “take a trip up Happy Canyon” to
purchase the infamous beverage and the name stuck!
August 28 , 2015
Father and daughter Lloyd Messer and Dana Brown realized their dream of finding a place to express their passion for wine
in 2000, when they established Calcareous Vineyards on one of the
highest limestone plateaus on Paso Robles’ westside. Both Lloyd and
Dana, experienced wine distributors in their native Iowa, recognized the
westside of Paso Robles had potential to produce world class wines.
Their acquisition of 342 acres atop solid calcareous rock reaching 1,800
feet above sea level confirmed their dedication to producing the
highest quality, terroir driven wines possible. It is a labor of love
to cultivate fruit on this challenging land, but the reward is
immediately apparent when tasting the wines.