Located in the scenic hills of Fallbrook, California, Monserate Winery endeavors to cultivate an environment of community, elegance, and environmental stewardship deserving of its community and land.
Once a stagecoach stop for the neighboring towns of Temecula and San Diego, Fallbrook has made a name for itself through its farming and its people. Unofficially known as the “Avocado Capital of the World” and “The Friendly Village’, this small farming town has kept its sense of community and rural appeal amidst an ever changing world.
The land upon which the winery rests was once a sprawling golf course that had seen better days, until it was purchased by Fallbrook resident and entrepreneur Jade Work and his family.
The Work family had a vision to preserve the land. They did so by cleaning it, removing all the non native species of plants, and establishing vines that would cultivate the earth and honor the area. With a future addition of a large tasting room modeled in the rural Italian tradition, a restaurant, and multiple venues for events, Monserate aims to be a winery that offers an escape into an elegance and warmth empowered by Fallbrook’s rich history of preservation of land and people.