Where to Find Us:

Casa Tiene Vista Vineyard

4150 Rock Mountain Road

Fallbrook, CA. 92028

By Appointment Only


Upcoming Events

November 21st, Fall Wine Club Pick Up Party.  Not a wine club member?  For information click the Wine Club tab or phone 760-731-2356.

October 22nd, Wine Pairing Dinner at D'Canters in Wildomar.  For reservations phone

> 951-678-2828


Past Events

October 10th, Casa Tiene Vista and Williams Sonoma Pairing Dinner at Williams Sonoma store in Temecula.  Call for reservations: 951-296-0061

September 27, Hospice of the Valley Charity Event, South Coast Winery

July 17th, Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce Wine and a Bite.  Casa Tiene Vista will be pouring our wines at Cafe des Artistes, Main and Alvardo.  


August 7th, Yoga and Wine at Casa Tiene Vista.  Click on link for details!  http://www.bewelltherapy.net/yoga--wine-at-casa-tiene-vista.html 


August 14th, Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce Wine and a Bite.  Casa Tiene Vista will be pouring our wines at CR Properties Real Estate office on Main. 

May 29, 30, 31st - Temecula Balloon & Wine Festival - Skinner Lake, Temecula


June 19th, Fallbrook Wine and A Bite Art Walk .  Casa Tiene Vista will be pouring our wines at Mimi's on Main, downtown Fallbook. 
(July 17th we'll be pouring at Cafe des Artistes.

August 14th location to be determined.)


June 25th - Wine Pairing Dinner at D'Canters, Wildomar


June 26th - San Diego County Fair Wine Tasting at the Del Mar Fairgrounds 4-6pm


May 17th - San Diego Vintners Association Wine & Food Festival - Bernardo Winery, 13330 Paseo Del Verano Norte, San Diego 92128.   1-4pm - $65 unlimited food and wine tasting!


May 16th Bonsall Wine, Brew and Blues

Escondido - 5-10pm


May 1st - Vintage Redlands Wine Pairing

Downtown Redlands


April 25th  - Spring Wine Club Pick Up Party - For more information email susan@ctvvineyard.com or

phone 760-731-2325


April 19th - Fallbrook Avocado Fest

Wine Garden - Main & Alvarado


Susan and Mick Gallagher are the proprietors of Casa Tiene Vista Vineyard. Although they both started their careers in the technology industry, it has become their lifelong passion to create a vineyard. The quest started 10 year ago when they were hosting VIP trips to Napa Valley for key clients. During these trips they met and befriended many winery owners and soon understood the wine business is not only a unique business but a culture unto itself. They were pleasantly surprised to find many owners not only friendly, but willing to share tips on growing and making great wines. 


With a passion to understand the wine business, Mick’s role as the Chairman of the Life Science Industry Council allowed him to make contacts within the UC educational system to assist in the understanding of enology from an academic standpoint. It also opened a world of resources to the endless quest of becoming a viticulturist. After years of attending harvest in Napa the Gallagher's decided to engage in the process of establishing a vineyard of their own.  Being in Southern California it was their hope to find a location here instead of relocating to Northern California. After visiting many of the local wine regions in Southern California they knew that in order to have a boutique vineyard of exceptional quality the environment was a key element in their success. After an endearing search of the local areas they found the De Luz Valley. This unique valley offered all the environmental conditions conducive to growing red wine grapes. De Luz translation in English means “of light” or “clarity”. They felt this to be a good omen as two of the key ingredients in winemaking are clarity and brightness.


De Luz has a very unique ecology for Southern California; whereas the normal annual rainfall is 7 inches,  DeLuz historically get 14 inches. Couple that with being only 16 miles from the ocean it still receives the coastal breeze which brings a very warm daytime temperature and at night can often drop by 20-30 degrees, thus having a positive effect on grape growing. After soil testing to ensure the conditions where correct for the chosen varietals, they chose the name “Casa Tiene Vista Vineyard" which means "house that has a view" to attest to an unobstructed 10 mile view of the Santa Rosa Ridgeline from the vineyard. Casa Tiene Vista Vineyard lies at the southern tip of the Santa Ana Mountains, an ecological environment conducive to viticulture, nestled amongst a community of gentleman ranchers and country wine estates, lush terrain of meandering streams and majestic 100 year old oaks.