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Wine TastingSaturday Wine Tasting Events

A Hidden Vine holds organized wine tasting events on some Saturdays evenings. 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.

ChocolateSavor six different high-quality wines, paired with delicious cheese and charcuterie. End your evening with a magnificent chocolate treat.

 

Seating is limited   * * * *   $50-$75 person

Reservations are required at:
(949) 916-4810

Wine Tasting Schedule


February 8, 2020 5:00pm 

Wines by Westerly from Santa Barbara

Meet the owner of Westerly wines and taste through an incredible line up from the appellation of Happy Canyon in Santa Barbara. $45/pp

February 9 (Sunday), 2020 12:30pm 

Master Sommelier Joshua Orr Presentation

Back by popular demand, this wine tasting seminar is encouraged for those who already have a substantial understanding of wine. If you're a newbie that's ok too!

February 22, 2020 5:00pm 

Tablas Creek Wine Tasting Event

One of our favorite wineries from Paso Robles, Tablas Creek serves as an important contributor to the entire region of Paso Robles. Come learn why and taste through an amazing line up. $55/pp

March 7, 2020 5:00pm

Venge Wine Tasting Event

Kirk Venge has grown up in the winemaking business learning from his legendary father Nils. Kirk has a style of his own, rich and lush wines and full of body.  Come try his wines from both the Croix and Venge wineries. You won't want to miss this one.
$55/pp


March 21, 2020 6:00pm (Notice New Time!)

Foxen Wines


Bill Wathen and Dick Dore have been making wine together since 1985, when they founded Foxen Winery & Vineyard at the historic Rancho Tinaquaic in northern Santa Barbara County. Since that time, their dedication has remained the same - the creation of very small production, sustainably-farmed, vineyard-focused wines using a "minimalist" approach to winemaking. Foxen is named in memory of William Benjamin Foxen, an English sea captain and Dick's great-great grandfather, who came to Santa Barbara in the early 1800s and purchased the Rancho Tinaquaic. Captain Foxen adopted the distinctive "anchor" as his cattle brand, which became the trademark of the winery.
$55/pp