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Breaking News & Chef-of-the-Month Recipe– Spring at Carol’s Restaurant at Baily Winery

Thursday, May 19th, 2011

Exciting news from the Temecula Valley Wine Country restaurant scene:  Carol’s Restaurant at Baily Winery, known for great wine country luncheons for the past ten years, is now open for dinner on Saturday evenings. Seating in the candlelit, European-inspired Bacchus Hall and the vineyard patio is available from 5pm- 8:30pm. Appetizers, wine, beer, and wine cocktails are offered from 3pm- 5pm between lunch and dinner hours. Entertainment will be provided by singer and guitarist Chuck Sacayan, so be sure to check it out! In the meantime, here’s one of Carol’s springtime recipes:

Meyer Lemon Mousse

¼ cup butter

3 eggs

¾ cup freshly squeezed Meyer lemon juice

½ cup sugar

1 cup whipping cream

Lemon zest

Melt butter and cool.  Whisk lemon juice and sugar in top of double boiler.  Add in eggs one at a time, drizzle in butter.  Cook about eight-ten minutes until thickened.  Strain and refrigerate until chilled.  Whip cream and gently fold into chilled lemon mixture. Spoon or pipe into serving cups or glasses. Garnish with lemon zest, whipped cream and fresh berries if you wish.

Reservations recommended. Please call (951) 676-9243. For more information, please visit Carol’s Restaurant at Baily Winery.

* Baily Winery is located at 33440 La Serena Way at the corner of Rancho California Road.


Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival- June 3rd, 4th and 5th, 2011

Tuesday, May 17th, 2011


One of the valley’s most exciting events is returning! Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival, June 3-5, has an array of fun-filled activities for the entire family at Lake Skinner! For wine lovers, there will be food and wine pairings from the best Temecula Valley chefs. Kids will enjoy a fair with rock climbing, a petting zoo and more! Find our more information about this fabulous festival below.

GATES OPEN: 5pm FRIDAY, balloon rides start at 6am SATURDAY and SUNDAY

HOURS: 5 pm- 10pm Friday, balloon rides start at 6am-10pm Saturday and 6am- 6pm Sunday

GENERAL ADMISSION: INCLUDES GENERAL ADMISSION TO ALL CONCERTS: Friday is $22 for adults, $5 for youth ages seven-12 and FREE for children ages six and under; Saturday is $25 for adults, $5 for  youth ages seven-12 and  FREE for children ages 6 and under; Sunday is $17 adults, $5 for youth ages seven-12 and FREE for children ages 6 and under. Weekend Combo is $50 for Friday, Saturday and Sunday entrance tickets only. (More detailed information is listed under Tickets).

WINE and BEER: The hours of wine tasting are 5pm-9pm on Friday, 10am- 9pm on Saturday, 10am- 5pm on Sunday. Wine tasting is an additional charge and you may purchase six tastes and a souvenir glass for $15.  Beer garden and beer for sale.

ALCOHOL TICKET SALES: These may be purchased by the glass from booths located in the main stage area or in the wine garden area.  Hours are 5pm-8:30pm on Friday, 10am-8:30 pm on Saturday and 10am-4:30pm on Sunday. One beverage ticket is $2.

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES/COOLERS: No alcoholic beverages or glass containers will be allowed into the Festival. Beer, wine and non-alcoholic beverages will be sold at the event. Beer and wine WILL NOT be sold to anyone under the age of 21. Please bring a valid photo I.D. to purchase beer and wine.


ANIMALS: Animals are NOT allowed in the Festival Area and SHOULD NOT be left in vehicles.

SUNDAY ONLY: Active Military Discount is $10; Must show Military ID.

PARKING: Autos are $5. Buses and Motor Homes are $10; NO OVERNIGHT PARKING.

ENTERTAINMENT: Cost is included in the price of admission. Look for special information regarding ticket packages for main stage entertainment located in close proximity to the Main Stage. Please go to the section on Entertainment for the details!

*Directions: The Lake Skinner address is 37701 Warren Rd., Winchester, CA 92596. From Interstate 15, exit EAST on Rancho California Road or Winchester Road. Watch for directional signs to Lake Skinner which is approximately 10 miles east of I-15. If you have exited on Rancho California Road, you will go through the beautiful Temecula Wine County and the lake is located just past the wine country.


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