Are you looking for a night of great food, wine, and friendly conversation?
Planning a brunch with your friends and want to find the right place?
Look no further than Reyes Winery on Main Street in Newhall.
Reyes Winery on Main is the answer to the question you may have been asking: where can we go tonight for dinner that’s nice?
“Reyes Winery on Main, is the 1st rooftop tasting room in Santa Clarita Valley,” this Santa Clarita winery’s website reads. “Come enjoy the view with a glass of wine and amazing food.”
Whether you are looking for tapas, lunch, brunch or private events, Reyes Winery on Main is the ideal place for graduations, corporate parties, birthdays, engagement celebrations, retirements, and more.
“Reyes Winery emphasizes quality in every facet of production to ensure that once consumers taste the wines, they will recognize the quality and craftsmanship that goes into every bottle,” the Santa Clarita winery’s website reads. “Reyes Winery’s mission is to deliver the highest quality wine produced in Los Angeles County at a fair price.”
Let’s face it: you are eager to find a spot to be your regular wine night location. You would love a great place for brunch that you are not ashamed to take a photo in! This Santa Clarita winery is the answer.
“Reyes Winery believes the quality of its wines will ultimately speak for itself when compared with other Ultra-Premium wines on the market,” the Santa Clarita winery’s website reads.
From lobster pappardelle to shrimp scampi, from bone-in rib eye to pork ribs, this Santa Clarita winery has tasty dishes and an even tastier wine selection.
This Santa Clarita winery is located at 24329 Main St, Santa Clarita, CA 91321 and they are eager to greet you at the door with a glass of wine and a menu.
For further information on their menu, wine selection and more, click here.
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