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Harvest 2011

Four Brix Winery, part of the Ventura County Winery Association, celebrates Harvest at its urban winery and tasting room.

Ventura County wine lovers have an excuse to sip and celebrate harvest at Ventura’s only full-fledged winery and tasting room. Harvest is in full gear at the winery and you can enjoy some wine will watching the crew work in the back on the coming 2011 vintage.

Four Brix Winery & Tasting Room
2290 Eastman Ave. #109, Ventura, CA 93003
Open to the public; Wine Tastings $10

Local art displayed throughout Grand Opening weekend. Light hors d’oeuvres, cheese plates, and charcuterie available for purchase. No reservations required. More information email us.

Four Brix Winery
Noonan, Simonsgaard, and Stewart Family’s

Pick-Up Party June 19th

Pick-Up Party at Four Brix Tasting Room in The WineYard will feature the newest member to our wine family, Roseo. Event will take place from 12-6 p.m. on June 19th and will include some barrel samples of our soon to be released 2009 vintage. If our Brix Heads are not able to make the Sunday event then we will have your shipment available to you for pick-up starting June 16th at The WineYard. Sign-up on our email list for more information.

What they are saying about Roseo. “A big strawberry nose meets great acidity and fruity flavors on the palate. It’s definitely a wonderful rose for food.”. Randy Fuller from Now and Zin

Ventura County vintners putting themselves on the map

“Dottie Kelley can barely contain the note of triumph in her voice.

“I got him,” she said. “I got Adam Tolmach.”

Tolmach is the much-lauded Ojai Vineyard winemaker who, more than 25 years after founding the limited-production winery in a redwood shack on his family’s property in the Ojai Valley, has at last decided to open a tasting room.

Kelley, meanwhile, is the newly named — and first — director of the Ventura County Wine Trail, a guide to wineries, tasting rooms and other wine-friendly sites ranging from the industrial parks of Oxnard to the grapevine-dotted hills of Malibu.”

Ventura County Winery Association Map 2010

Updated version of the Ventura County Winery Association map is now available for download at VenturaCountyWineries.  Our current membership is comprised of producing wineries located in Ventura County. Our members produce over 200 different white, rose, and red wines using grapes grown in Ventura County and throughout California. They range in size producing less than 150 cases annually to more than 200,000. With most members producing between 1500 to 5000 cases. They are typically family owned and operated businesses.