A presentation on the history of wine making in Ventura County, and wine tasting from a local vintner will highlight “The Days of Wine and Spirits at Rancho Camulos” on Saturday, June 15 at 4:00 PM.
Historian Judy Triem will share her extensive viniculture research. Most people do not realize that between 1850 and 1900 some of the finest wine and brandy in all of California was produced at Rancho Camulos (which was then actually part of Santa Barbara County).
Following the presentation, local vintner, Bruce Freeman of Clos des Amis near Santa Paula will provide wine tastings of his locally grown, locally produced fine wines.
The tastings will be complemented by a delectable charcuterie board.
Spend an afternoon in the beautiful Heritage Valley and support the non-profit Rancho Camulos Museum’s historic education and restoration efforts. Your $30 donation will include Museum membership. Reservations should be made at.URL: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/days-of-wine-spirits-at-rancho-camulos-museum-tickets-62077225653.