Laura thought it was a fun, kicky wine good for easy going evenings on the patio. Jim and Judi thought the name suited it to a "t" and liked the bright red fruit and body. Kim called it spicy and very nice and Brian called it a heavy duty wine, "subtly sexy."
Trust me, I'm just scratching the surface of what you will find Friday night at Pechanga. Chef was so excited about what he's preparing I wasn't able to keep up with everything he told me. I suggest you go find out for yourself.
Baba means father or grandfather and Joon is a term of endearment. It's what his kids called him when they were growing up and what his grandkids call him now. Besides, the initials are the same as his nickname, BJ.
Clearly I needed more French fries, so chef promptly sent out an order of truffle fries ($6.50). The first thing to hit you is the aroma of truffles. They, too, were cooked to perfection and served piping hot.
We checked into our suite and were immediately impressed with how well appointed it was. No attention to detail was spared. The bathroom was larger than many hotel rooms I've stayed in and the shower can easily fit two. Walk onto the patio and you're in the vineyard.
On Saturday, March 7, you'll get the chance to experience firsthand what all the excitement is about. Managing partner Collin Rand has planned an evening of sumptuous food and grand entertainment at Wilson Creek Winery.
Wherever they wind up, they will have their hands full with renovations and rehab, adding an entire stage to a restaurant. Investment opportunities are still available. I for one am excited to see this vision become a reality.