By Alex Groves | The Press-Enterprise | PUBLISHED: February 27, 2020 at 9:43 a.m.
In just a few months, people will be able to nosh on tapas, sample wines with names such as Libido Blanco and Verdelho and listen to Spanish music — and they won’t be in the Iberian countryside, but rather Temecula Valley Wine Country.
Winery Europa Village is eyeing April for completion of Bolero, its Spanish winery. The 27,000-square-foot Andalusian-style building will feature two tasting rooms, a full-service restaurant serving tapas and 10 casitas. There will also be spaces for weddings and events.
The opening of the Spanish winery is part of a larger plan by Europa Village’s owners to eventually turn into three separate and distinct wineries under the Europa Village banner — one for Spanish wine, one for Italian wine and one for French wine, with Bolero being the first of those wineries to open.