I shared the first part of our anniversary trip to Santa Barbara here and today I wanted to share our tour of the surrounding vineyards!  I’ve always wanted to visit a vineyard and knew when we moved to California that experiencing wineries and vineyards was something I wanted to do sooner rather than later.  I must say that I was so impressed with the beautiful wineries outside of Santa Barbara.  Both the tasting rooms and vineyards were absolutely gorgeous and I’m already dying to go back!

We visited Koehler, Foley, Kalyra and Summerland.  We also made a stop at Santa Barbara Winery on our way out of town.  I definitely want to go back and spend more time in Los Olivos in all of the tasting rooms – still dying to visit Sarloos and Sons.

And then we bought seven bottles of wine.

Do you have a favorite central coast vineyard or California wine? Do share! Thanks so much for reading – XO –

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  1. What a wonderful anniversary trip! I haven’t been to Santa Barbara in years, I can’t wait to go back! I love wine tasting, it’s so fun. I’m impressed with 7 bottles! But, as the wine flows, I usually end up buying more and more too! haha I can’t wait until you visit San Francisco and Napa! Hopefully there will be time to meet a few fellow bloggers 🙂

    1. I’m with you on buying wine as the tastings flow! I will have to let you know when we head to NorCal!! I know you get the best of wine country ALL the time!! xo –

  2. LOVE your photos. So glad you two had a wonderful time! Sonoma is also well worth it. Our personal favorites are Scribe & Domaine Carneros. Both are simply divine 🙂 Also, where is your Aztec piece from and what exactly is it? It is incredible!
    Be blessed xox

  3. i have never been to any wineries down south but i grew up in napa valley so i know how exquisetly beautiful the vineyards are. my drive to school was through winding roads lined with wineries and one of my favorite things to do when i go home is just to drive around!

    they are beautiful in the summer when it is all big and green, and also in the winter when it is all pruned back but the mustard all grows in between the vines! you will definitely have to go back a few more times to see it all 😉 and if you ever head up north let me know and i would be more than happy to offer some recommendations!

    xo mk

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