BK Cellars Urban Winery

BK Cellars Urban Winery

Escondido, Escondido, California
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BK Cellars is an urban winery located in Escondido, California.

First, why open a winery? Second, why an urban winery? And, third, why in Escondido?

First, it must be economical to make wine as opposed to buying it, right? We're still exploring the answer to that. You might have guessed "BK" is an acronym for a financial term possibly illustrating the end result of an investment when there's a lack of profit. In the meantime, we'll affectionately call the winery a "liquidation program."

Second, who has time for vineyard management? We rely on our trusted neighbors and business partners to supply us with quality grapes from all over California for crush season. Plus, we didn't know of another way to get started in the business. We thought the idea of an urban winery was cool having been inspired by other San Diego Urban Wineries like Carruth Cellars in Solana Beach.

Third, Joe's parents, Lee and Yvonne Ames, happen to own an industrial building in a very convenient location in Escondido near some well known breweries and wineries such as Stone Brewing Company and Orfila Vineyards & Winery. Escondido is a hot spot for the brewery and winery scene! We think people are willing to come to a fun, trendy urban winery rather than a traditional winery to try award winning wines. In fact, BK Cellars was the first newly licensed winery within the City limits of Escondido in nearly 80 years after the closing of the historic Ferrara Winery (which was remodeled and reopened as Forgotten Barrel winery in June 2017 - thank goodness).

Come experience BK Cellars and see for yourself the kinds of delicious wines we make from California grapes and served in our air conditioned crystal chandelier tasting lounge.

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2225 Barham Dr Ste D, Escondido, California 92029
BK Cellars Urban Winery
2225 Barham Dr Ste D
At Opper St
Escondido, California 92029

We are located on Barham Drive at Opper Street, just steps away from the Nordahl Road Sprinter Station. We encourage class attendees to take Uber, Lyft, Taxi, or light rail (the Sprinter) to class due to the nature of the learning activity which involves wine.

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