Where to Find Us:

Casa Tiene Vista Vineyard

4150 Rock Mountain Road

Fallbrook, CA. 92028

By Appointment Only

760-731-2356

Upcoming Events

Wine & Cheese Pairing

Casa Tiene Vista Vineyard

Saturday, March 28th  2-5 PM

Postponed-more details soon!

Yoga and Wine

Casa Tiene Vista Vineyard

Saturday, April 4th 10:00 AM-2:00 PM

Postponed-more details soon!

Silver Club Wine Pick-up

Casa Tieine Vista Vineyard

Saturday, April 25th 2-5 PM

 

Gold Club Wine Pick-up

Casa Tiene Vista Vineyard

Saturday, May 2nd 2-5 PM

 

Platinum Club Wine Pick-up

Casa Tiene Vista Vineyard

Saturday, May 16th 2-5 PM

 

Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival

Lake Skinner

Friday, May 29th-Sunday, May 31st

Postponed-expected September 25th-27th

 

Wine Down Wednesday

Casa Tiene Vista Vineyard

Wednesday, July 29th 5-8 PM

 

Past Events

Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival

Lake Skinner

May 31st - June 2nd 2019

Skinner Lake

Wine & Sausage Tasting with a Picnic Lunch at the Vineyard

Sunday, April 7th 2019 Noon-3:30 PM

Sample CTV wines, Mad Mike's Sausages and enjoy a picnic lunch prepared by Mad Mike himself

 

Yoga, Meditation, Tapas & Wine

Casa Tiene Vista Vineyard

Saturday, April 13th, 10:30am-1:30pm

Join Flourish Yoga for a mid-day  experience at the vineyard. 

Enjoy Al Fresco Yoga and Meditation in an outdoor setting with spectacular views, Chakra balancing, healthy vegetarian tapas and of course, award winning wines!

 

 

Wine Down Wednesday at Casa Tiene Vista Vineyard        

Wednesday, August 29th, 4:30-7:30pm

Sponsored by the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce

Wine and a Bite - Downtown Fallbrook

Friday, August 10th, 5-8pm

 

 

 

 

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.