Bouquet Canyon had six wineries located in and around the area before Prohibition - and it was famous for its Zinfandels. Surprisingly, Los Angeles County maintained its Prohibition laws banning wineries until just a few years ago.
Agua Dulce Winery was successful in changing the law and became the first winery in Los Angeles County since the Prohibition Era. Agua Dulce Winery is currently enjoying success with their award winning wines selling through their wine club. Leona Valley Winery is the first winery since Prohibition to reestablish in Leona Valley, which was recently awarded official AVA status.
Soil and water tests for growing grapes on this Bouquet Canyon property have yielded the most ideal conditions for growing grapes. Verifiable soil and water analysis reports are available to qualified prospects. There are currently two more vineyard/wineries being established in this area.
Because of it's unique and proven terrain, this area will predictably become home to multiple wineries, as it was 100 years ago. It will rival Napa and Sonoma. The spectacular views, history and ambience of this potential "Bouquet Canyon Winery" could make for the crown jewel experience of a wine tasting tour from which all local wineries could benefit.
Nearby population explosion and affluence makes for potential success. Los Angeles is the largest wine consuming market in the United States, and to have Bouquet Canyon Vineyards & Winery within an hour's drive makes for an incredible opportunity. Bottom-Line - this property "Bouquet Canyon Vineyards & Winery" could become the must see destination in this part of the designated South Coast Wine Region.
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Approximately 3/4 mile highway frontage
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(Vineyard in photo not on property)