Farm Dinner Community Partners

Our 7th Annual Farm Dinner Benefit is just around the corner and we are honored to work with a local charity that’s near and dear to our hearts. Our Nicholas Foundation works to increase autism awareness in our Valley and provide support for education, work opportunities, therapies, families, and social programs that enhance the lives of children and adults with ASD.

Do or Dine Catering has worked with local farms to prepare a 5 course gourmet menu for the event. Local farm partners include: Primal Pastures, Temecula Olive Oil Company, Harvest 2 U, and Da-Le Ranch.

We want to take a moment and spotlight all of the local businesses who have donated goods for the farm dinner or silent auction items in order to make this night possible.

Community Partners:

Palumbo Winery

Wilson Creek Winery

Marshall Stuart Wines

The Goat and Vine

Grapeline Wine Tours

Uncle Bob’s Sports Bar

Spuntinos 

Adam Alfaro

Peltzer Winery

Peltzer Pumpkin Farm

Refuge Brewery

Kendall Farms

Dukes Mesquite Broiler

Alliance Lighting 

To see the Farm Dinner Menu, CLICK HERE

Tickets are $99 per person (tickets are limited). Crush Club members receive $10 off the ticket price by logging into their account. You can purchase your tickets HERE.




Famous San Diego Food Truck makes its debut at Peltzer!

We’re excited to announce that Sausage Mastiff Company will be making its debut at Peltzer for our Anniversary Party THIS FRIDAY, Sept 29th.

This San Diego food truck was started by two childhood friends and has quickly made a name for itself. Mastiff Sausage Co was recently nominated for not one, but THREE categories by San Diego City Beat (Best Food Truck, Best Local Sausages, Best Local Caterer).

Their menu features dishes made from scratch using primarily locally grown and sourced ingredients.  

Don’t forget to stop by our Anniversary Party this Friday to sample this up and coming food truck.


https://www.facebook.com/mastiffsausagecompany/

Charity for Charity: Fall Y’all Totes

We are excited to announce the arrival of our “Happy Fall Y’all” tote at the Crush House. Now, through the month of October, Peltzer will be donating $2 for the sale of each tote to local charity: Charity for Charity. Totes can be purchased at our Crush House or online. CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE.

 

Charity for Charity is a non-profit organization here in the Temecula Valley that seeks to fulfill the wishes of community residents that are living with life threatening illnesses or traumatic injuries.

 

How it operates: Each year, Charity for Charity selects one adult, young adult, and child as the beneficiaries of its support. At the start of the year, they fulfill these local residents’ wishes at the “Stars of the Valley Awards Party and Benefit”. Throughout the year, they hold a series of smaller events to raise money for the support of each beneficiary.

 

Looking toward the future: This organization recognizes the importance in raising up those who will be the philanthropists of our future. Their scholarship program impacts the future our community by investing in students who have a heart for serving. As each year passes, Charity for Charity grows and moves forward in their goal of giving back to many of the lives in the Temecula Valley.

 

For more information on their stellar work in our community, visit their website HERE.

PELTZER ANNIVERSARY PARTY

It’s the one year anniversary of the opening of Peltzer Winery and we’re going HAM! Bring the whole family on September 29th for :

Festivities

  • Live Music from Old School the Band
  • Pig Races
  • Sangria specials at the Silo Bar
  • Private lounge for Crush Club Members
  • Pumpkin Picking
  • Photo Ops

Food Truck Alley: Local eats and treats

Maker’s Market: showcasing local makers throughout the Valley.

This is a free event, but we ask that you RSVP on our website or our facebook event page so we can prepare accordingly. See y’all there!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Farm Dinner Musical Feature: Lee Koch

We’re thrilled to announce that Lee Koch will be playing at Peltzer for the 7th Annual Farm Dinner Benefit. Lee is a local boy who hit it big and we can’t wait to have him back in his hometown doing what he loves best. To learn more about Lee and his musical journey see below:

“Our Feature” official Music Video for Lee Koch from The Brothers Wright on Vimeo.

Lee Koch (pronounced “cook”) carries a worldly, well-worn humbleness that is both captivating and refreshing, alluding to an era when pop music was used to express the depths of an artist’s soul. Lee’s newest album, Whole Heart, bears the gift of a voice brimming with honesty, full of youthful hopefulness and ambition.

Growing up in the Inland Empire of Southern California, Lee Koch came of age with the radio dialed into the Golden Oldies. He soaked in the great music of Motown and the gritty voices of 60’s Rock, eventually crafting his own songs and developing a unique, rootsy croon. After finishing high school Lee cut his teeth playing harmonica and singing at blues clubs along the coast of Southern California.
He moved to Ventura and released his first record, Same As Blood, in 2009. A debut that moved Surfer Magazine senior writer Gabe Sullivan to declare “It’s a rare treat to discover music that gives you goose bumps and inspire you to be a better person. The first musician who made me feel this way was Ben Harper. Now it’s Lee Koch.”

Marching on towards a newfound audience, Lee began touring and crowd funding, pouring himself into the recordings for Whole Heart; a record that proves his worth as both a strong new voice in the current folk revival and a craftsmen-like troubadour in the vein of Ray LaMontagne. Same As Blood producer Jesse Siebenberg provides a clean and unobtrusive space for Lee’s dynamics, holding everything down with sparse arrangements and power point drumming. “Shining On Me,” echoes the country gospel of Ben Harper while the inflections of “Trusty Branch” conjure up the endearing simplicity of Amos Lee.

Whether he is professing his passionate faith or barreling into a barn stomper with machine gun lyrics, Lee’s performances are imbued with artistry and integrity. People that see his live show try to explain their natural attraction. It’s a kind of electricity. You believe what he’s singing.  His concerts are known to lift up, shake down, and send you off with a new voice in your head

To see the Farm Dinner Menu, CLICK HERE.

Tickets are $99 per person (tickets are limited). Crush Club members receive $10 off the ticket price by logging into their account. You can purchase your tickets HERE.

Farm Dinner Menu Reveal

Our 7th Annual Farm Dinner Benefit is just around the corner and we are honored to work with a local charity that is near and dear to our hearts.

Our Nicholas Foundation works to increase autism awareness in our Valley and provide support for education, work opportunities, therapies, families, and social programs that enhance the lives of children and adults with ASD. We’ve partnered up with local businesses and Do or Dine Catering to offer a gourmet Farm Dinner and silent auction to raise money for this incredible cause.

Do or Dine Catering are a husband and wife team that prides itself on using local artisans, bakers,  and farmers to create unique dishes that promote the region they are served in. Our menu is inspired by the Peltzer’s farming heritage and this amazing community we belong to.  We’re beyond excited to reveal this new partnership and delicious menu:

*Gluten free options are available for all dishes excluding the appetizer. Please note on email when purchasing to please make note of vegetarian or food serious allergies.

Tickets are limited and are $99 per person. Crush Club members receive $10 off the ticket price by logging into their account. You can purchase your tickets HERE.

 

Silo Bar: September Sangria Trio “Garden Party”


It’s September and our new Monthly Sangria Trio has officially hit the Silo Bar! Join us every weekend at the silo bar from 11am – 5pm to try our “Garden Party” themed specialty sangrias including:

Ginger Lime: Reminiscent of the ever popular, Moscow Mule with a twist of lime. | Pinot Grigio.

Cucumber Basil: There’s nothing cleaner on the palate. | Syrah Rose

Pomegranate Sage: Ring in the fall with pomegranate picked fresh from the farm | Zinfandel

Can’t Decide? Try a sangria flight and sip a sample of all 3.

Grape Harvest

This past week the whole Peltzer team got together to help harvest our Barbera grapes. We were joined by friends, family members, neighbors, and other wine growers for one of our newest farm traditions: night picking. It was a special harvest for us with the winery opening right around the corner, so we asked our friend Nicholas Gonzales to help us capture the process through pictures. We hope you enjoy these photos, and we can’t wait for you all to come to the Crush House and try the “fruits of our labor” Cheers! …Read More