Wineries and Local Microbreweries

The Julian area is home to some of the finest wineries in Southern California.



Blue Door Wine Tasting Room

Their winemaking philosophy is keeping it as simple and as natural as possible, then always fill it with passion and commitment.

2608 B St. Julian



Cactus Star Winery

Cactus Star Winery is located at Scaredy Cat Ranch in Ramona.  It's a small winery that produces only estate wines.

17029 Handlebar Rd. Ramona


Cactus Star Winery

Nickle Beer Company

Currently offering 16 taps of house brewed beer, you'll find them just 1/2 mile east of downtown Julian. Large beer garden is dog friendly.

1485 Hollow Glen Rd., Julian


Nickle Beer Company

California Overland

Explore the beautiful Julian backcountry and sample the region's offering of fine-crafted local wines with San Diego county's first and only wine-tasting tour.

Edwards Vineyard and Cellars

Edwards in Ramona specializes in red varietals and, using only French oak barrels, creates an award-winning wine.

Edwards Vineyard and Cellars

La Serenissima Vineyards and Winery

La Serenissima (the most serene), is a twenty-acre Venetian Estate Winery sitting at 3500’ elevation in Warner Springs, North San Diego County. They are dedicated to the production of natural, handcrafted premium wines, 100% estate-grown.

Menghini Winery

Menghini Winery, located 3 miles north of Julian Ca.. A six acre vineyard, the winery produces approximately 4000 cases of wine annually.

Milagro Farm Winery

The award-winning Milagro Farm Winery has been in production since 2006. The 100-acre winery is one of the largest in the Ramona valley.

Rock Canyon Vineyards

Rock Canyon Winery in Alpine which started as a breeding ranch for Spanish horses produces many flavorful varietals. 

Rock Canyon Vineyards

Shadow Mountain Vineyards

Family-operated producer of a range of reds and whites in Warner Springs. Contains a product list, pictures of the property, and a company profile.

Woof 'n Rose Winery

This winery overlooks the Ramona Valley.  Their first production was in 2007.  The winery is also home to puppy dogs and rose bushes which inspired the name.

Woof 'n Rose