Plenty of leisure on the way before Easter

March 22, 2013 by  

To get the Easter enjoyment underway, wine lovers can learn more about making their favorite tipple at a seminar coming up this weekend.

Led by Callaway wine maker Craig Larson, the Sunday, March 24 seminar will discuss how grapes are harvested and processed, as well as covering such matters as barrel aging, fermentation, and tasting and storing wines. Guests will be able to experience the process hands-on as of 10:00 am.

Participants who attend the entire series of seminars will be able to adopt their own vine and track its growth and production of grapes. Participants should wear weather appropriate clothing, as part of the seminar is outside, and wear comfortable shoes.

The Callaway Vineyard and Winery is located at 32720 Rancho California Road, Temecula. Admission is $88.50. For more information, call (951) 676-4001. Catalog printing is the perfect way to track wine inventory for customers and give them information on each variety and type carried, as well as the foods that complement them well.

Adults may enjoy the wine, but the kids are going to take their pleasure from the annual Temecula Easter Egg Hunt at 10:00 am on Saturday, March 30. Egg hunts will be held at Harveston Community Park, Patricia H. Birdsall Sports Park, and Temeku Hills Park in Temecula.

Pictures will be available with the Easter Bunny and there will be live music, games, and activities for the kids. Children aged up to 12 should bring their Easter basket. Accommodations for special needs children will be available at all locations.

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