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Tours and Tastings

Enjoy a Guided Tour of our Winemaking Facilities Leave the city behind and come enjoy an afternoon at the Escondido Wine and Culinary Campus.  We are just a short drive from downtown San Diego, but a world apart.

Our 3 1/2 acre grounds include lush citrus groves and plenty of sunny and shaded picnic areas nestled in the midst of the surrounding trees.  Come for a tour, a tasting, or bring a picnic lunch to enjoy and relax with a bottle of Belle Marie Winery and/or Chateau Dragoo wine.

Wine Tasting Daily from 11am to 5pm
(Open to Public) 

$10 per person for 6 tastes.  


Join us in our inviting Tasting Room to sample Belle Marie Winery and Chateau Dragoo's  large array of premium wines.  The Tasting Room staff is ready to serve and introduce you to some exciting and interesting taste experiences.

Group Bookings

For a truly enjoyable afternoon, bring your group and experience a formal private wine tasting of selected Belle Marie and Chateau Dragoo wines. Get a "behind the scenes" look at our winemaking facility and equipment while learning about the intriguing process of winemaking and what makes Belle Marie wines so very unique. One of the winemakers will present an educational talk during the wine tasting, and each guest will receive a souvenir wine glass.

Contact us about options and pricing.

Reservations are required in advance for all group bookings.
Contact Us to reserve your group today.




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