Eagle Gap Winery is located in the mountains just northeast of San Diego California. Sitting on the top of a mountain, the views from the vineyards and winery are vast and stunning. There are 3 mature producing vineyards, and contracts with outside vineyards. Varietals are Syrah, Cabernet, and Pinot Gris. There is a graded and legal building pad on the top peak with power, water and a septic system already in the ground for a 5 bedroom house. This is turnkey licensed/bonded boutique winery with potential to grow much larger if desired.
Eagle Gap Vineyards is a labor of love. It is a lifestyle of family and nature. It is hard work, and hard play. The memories made here are as deep and rich as the friendships that have grown along with the grapes. I am a lucky man. And of course...no wine tastes better than the wine made by your own hand. The 3400 ft elevation brings fresh mountain air, abundant sunshine, and cool crisp evening temperatures. This environment is ideal for growing premium wine grapes.
In 2008 the Winery building was constructed. This was the final step in preparing the project for commercial wine production. The winery was bonded shortly after construction and is now is a "Limited Wholesale Winery" located in Santa Ysabel, CA in San Diego County. Eagle Gap Winery uses all its estate grapes for wine production and has relationships with other commercial vineyards that supply high quality fruit.
Taking in the Splendid San Diego Back country has never been better, or more comfortable. A tiny cabin is included and is nicely appointed with new appliances and furniture. The view from the attached redwood deck is breathtaking, and the cozy comfortable feeling one gets while staying there is priceless.
Views...from the front and back of the winery are spectacular! Looking out over the Lake Henshaw basin the eye travels over 30 miles to the other side. Throughout the days the view is ever changing with the sun angle, cloudscape and weather continually offering new and spellbinding variations. Looking out the back of the winery one gets a strong sense of place by looking directly at the Main vineyard. The two main garage doors on either end of the winery are to open up and let the beauty of the location inside the building.