Las Uvas de los Viñedos Raúl Ramirez
Join us for a wine-tasting adventure like no other, and savor the exquisite flavors of Raul Ramirez’s vineyard grapes that will transport your palate to the heart of this beautiful wine country.
What Sets us Apart
Situated amidst rustic surroundings, practicing sustainable agricultural methods, and encompassing an agricultural sanctuary referred to as the Citrus/Vineyard zone, the Temecula Valley stands as the prized gem of Riverside County. Conveniently positioned just to the east of the I-15 freeway, we enjoy a central location, allowing for a mere one-hour drive from San Diego, Orange County, or the Palm Springs region.

Discover Raúl Ramirez Bodegas Y Viñedos, nestled in the heart of Temecula Wine Country at Rancho Vista Las Estrellas. Our estate spans across 32 acres of vineyard landscape, flourishing with a collection of Spanish grape varieties including Tempranillo, Garnacha, Cariñena, Monastrell, Graciano, Mencía, as well as Albariño, Verdejo, Garnacha Blanca, Macabeo, Xarel.lo, and Parellada. Our meticulous hand-farming techniques exemplify some of the most environmentally-conscious practices within the industry.

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An uncommon, light-bodied white wine grape that grows almost exclusively in Spain. The wine is an outstanding alternative to wines like Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Grigio, with surprising changes in flavors coming with age. Find out more about Verdejo, where it grows, what it tastes like, and excellent food pairings.
Macabeo (Viura)
The most important white grape of Rioja where wines evolve over 10 or more years. In Catalonia, Viura is called Macabeo and is the primary blending grape in Cava sparkling wines.
Garnacha Blanca
Grenache Blanc (also known as Garnacha Blanca) is a full-bodied white wine grape that originated in northern Spain. Since being planted in the United States, single-varietal Grenache Blanc wines continue to grow in popularity where it’s loved for its intense flavors, higher alcohol content, and plush style (when aged in oak) similar to Chardonnay.
Albariño wine (“alba-reen-yo”) is a delightfully refreshing coastal white that grows on the Iberian Peninsula. It’s loved for its rich stone fruit flavors, a hint of salinity, and zippy acidity.
One of the three main grapes used in the production of sparkling Cava (along with Parellada and Macabeo). Xarel.lo is noted to complement the richness of Macabeo (aka Viura) with high acidity.
Tempranillo is the great red grape of Spain, producing a variety of wine styles in regions around the country. Tempranillo wine typically features medium acidity, medium tannins and dark red color. Young, unoaked versions will be pleasantly fruity, with flavors of red fruits and jam.
Would it surprise you to know that Grenache is responsible for some of the most delicious and expensive wine in the world? From exalted regions like Châteauneuf-du-Pape to cult California wines, Grenache is just as important in the wine world as Cabernet Sauvignon.
A deeply bold, smoky red wine found in abundance in Central Spain and Southern France (where it’s known as Mourvèdre). Monastrell is the “M” in the Rhône / GSM blend.