Come in and visit us at 1055 West Columbia Way (Ave M) Suite #105 in Lancaster, CA. We are right off the 14 Freeway exit at Avenue M.
NEW HOURS STARTING JULY 5, 2018
Thursday - Saturday 1 pm - 7 pm.
Sunday 1 pm - 6 pm
Music with the Fulcos on Thursday, August 16, 2018 from
5 - 7 pm.
Music with the Fulcos on Thursday, August 30, 2018 from
Paint and Sip with Tipsee Artists at the Coruce Winery Tasting Room. The next Paint and Sip is on Sunday, August 19, 2018 from
2 - 4 pm.
Currently, Coruce Winery has 22 different wines. There are eleven white wines and eleven reds. The white grape varietals are Chardonnay, Semillon, Viognier, Muscat Blanc and Symphony. The red wine varietals are Syrah, Zinfandel, Merlot, Pinot Noir and Malbec. All but two of our wines are local grapes from the Antelope Valley of the California High Desert Appelation.
BLOW OUT SALE
Sold by the case only!
$36 (That comes out to $3.00 a bottle!)
Final sale. NO RETURNS.
Buy any 3 whites, and get the 4th one FREE!
Ends Labor Day.
The 2018 San Francisco Chronicle International Wine Competition is in the books, and once again every wine submitted by Coruce Vineyards And Winery Medaled; 3 Silver and 3 Gold! And all are wines born here in the Antelope Valley of the High Desert.
Golds included our 2014 Red Door Winemaker's Reserve Blend, our 2014 Zinfandel, and --continuing our perfect track record of Gold Medals for Syrah--the 2014 AV Syrah joins its mates, the 2010, 2012, and 2013 on the high podium.
Silvers were awarded to our beautiful 2015 Viognier, our 2014 Malbec, and our Estate Grown 2015 Symphony.
Once again we are humbled and grateful. And congratulations and thank you's go out to winemaker Bob Balentine, and to Efren Chavez of Chavez Vineyards for their consistently fine work.
Come celebrate with us! The tasting room is at 1055 West Columbia Way in Lancaster and we're open Thursdays through Sundays from 11 AM to 6 PM.
Who is your winemaker?
Where do you get your grapes to make the wine?
Most of our grapes are purchased from Efren Chavez..
Where do the grapes grow?
Most of the grapes are grown in the Lake Los Angeles area.