Summer Blast party for Cliquers

2nd Annual Surfin through the vines party is Saturday July 23, 2016 from 5:30pm to 10:00pm. Tasting room will be open, but the festivities start at 5:30pm.  We found another great Surf band called Surfs up to bring us back to the ole' days of summer.  Sorrel Bistro will be catering- and this will be a plated meal.  Send your ideas for food options.  We have not selected the menu yet. Tickets will be on sale next week.  You may rsvp. for this save the date by sending your Name and # of tickets to  Look forward to this great night with friends.


New Wine Clique Policy - Effective January 1, 2016

To our Clique family & Friends,

It has been well over a year or so since we successfully initiated and began managing our GBV “Clique.”  We all giggle that this is not a club but a “Clique.” And we all know the difference between a membership at GBV and the other Temecula Wineries. 

We believe we have an interactive and mature approach with our members and we know you all appreciate the ability to select any of our wines to your liking instead of giving you random selections, which might better suit our inventory status than your palates. We allow everyone to manage their pick up cycle based on their starting month and we only ship based on your request. We encourage our members to come in and taste every 4 months.  We believe this is the best policy as we want you to come in and taste the new releases.

As with anything new, our process is not without trial and tribulations, as we learned when many of our members were unable to responded to their pick-up notifications.  We know this was primarily that life got in the way, and the pick up cycle came and went.  But this has now become somewhat of an issue in the management of the clique.  We have spent so much time trying to follow up, and when the member finally comes in, it causes confusion for our educators in the tasting room. 

GBV has a really easy plan to highlight our small membership and keep our wine aging for the proper amount of time.  In order to be successful and manage the production, our small membership needs to follow through with their planned pickups.  Our quality and pricing will remain superior and consistent based on our managing the clique accordingly.

As of January 1st 2016 we will be bringing all of our membership up to date.  We will be auditing sales by your telephone number and sign up dates.  If you have missed your pickups, we will charge your card accordingly.  If you wish to bring yourself current, please do so before January 1st.  We will have a list put together to indicate who has fallen behind.

Going forward our 12 bottle members will be charged in the month of your scheduled pick up in the amount of $150.0 on the credit card you have on file.  When you come in for tastings and your pick up, you will have a credit in the file and you can use that towards your wine selections.  You will be notified that your card has been charged and you are welcome to come in and select your wine or have it delivered to your desired address.   You are still making the choice of fine wines.  If you come in prior, then we take care of everything while you are here.   If you choose to ship your wine, we will apply the tasting charge ($30.00) towards the UPS cost.  For our 24 bottle members, you will be charged $300.00.  For 36 bottle members you will be charged $450.00        

We hope you will understand our need to put this process in place.  The Gershon Bachus Vintners brand emulates quality.   We want to share our time and wine with you, our most loyal clientele.  In the past years we have had so much fun and we thank you for your support and friendship.

As we close out 2015, we want to thank you for such an amazing year.  And we hope to see you soon or at our Big Band party on December 22nd!

Love and cheers to all,

Christina, Kenny & your GBV staff


Vote for GBV as IE's Best Winery

Every year, the Temecula wineries compete for the coveted Inland Empire Hot List's Best Winery title.  We came in third last year, and we're looking to move up the ladder this time around.  

Currently, we're in second, but your vote could be the difference to getting us to the lead.  Registration and voting takes less than one minute.  Simply click here, sign up,  vote, and a tip for others to see.  Voting closes 11/2.

First On-Site Crush

This week has been one for the books here at GBV.  Along with a new website, we harvested and crushed our Zinfandel for the first time on-premesis. The grapes are fermenting in our concrete tanks and this year’s fruit is beautiful.  Our production pad was extremely useful and our team did a great adjusting to the new work area.  

Armed with a six-pack of PBR tallboys, lead winemaker, Dakota, led the team to a perfect crush.  The grapes this year were so perfect and packed so tight, we managed crushed only half the 2014 Zephyrus, which yielded about 3.5 tons.  More to come.    Fides is still on the vines for a later harvest.  Hesperus (Grenache) and Erato (Cab Franc) to follow shortly.

Welcome to the new GBV website

Although our love for wine has given way to an equal admiration for all things aged, we had to admit that our website had passed its expiration.  

So we spent the last handful of months scouring the archives at Hulse Photography for our favorite photos from the past few years.  The result yielded a beautiful website filled with galleries and pages full of unforgettable moments at our weddings and in our tasting room.  Every photo you see on this site was captured by the Justin and Julie Hulse.  We can't thank them enough!

The first GBV website: active since the dawn of the internet.

The first GBV website: active since the dawn of the internet.

Also, a special thanks to Marc Anderson, our all star art director and developer, who brought all the creative thinking, and to his girlfriend, Julia, who likely endured a few weeknights without a TV partner.

Keep up with this page for more about what's happening on our end.  Our hours will be kept up-to-date on our Tasting Room page,  and, as always,  on facebook.

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