“Moraga Bel Air Wines are Different!” By Sandy Zimmerman



Moraga’s first vintage was created in 1989 and they are now celebrating their 30th anniversary! When you taste the Moraga Bel Air Wines you’ll know the difference because Moraga’s remarkably refined wines have a superior taste and smoothness.


The Moraga winemakers define their red wines as being, “noted for their complex blend of dark red berry, plum flavors, tobacco notes, and sweet herbal characteristics.”

I feel this excellent fusion of contrasting flavors with a touch of sweetness is so uplifting as each of these flavors surprise my taste buds and are exciting with every sip. Wine blends are richer, tastier, and bring more to the wine.

Moraga Winemakers describe their white wines as, “wine distinguished by remarkable floral notes that resemble honeysuckle with flavors that lean toward stone fruits such as apricot and peach.”


Moraga’s lighter, refreshing white wines reflect their dedication to presenting a definite signature taste with confidence in the quality of the wines.

I usually have to travel to the country or mountains to visit wineries but as they are named Moraga Bel Air Wines, it is surprising to find the winery and vineyard nestled in the city of Bel Air, California, within the upscale neighborhoods of Beverly Hills and Bel Air in Los Angeles.

The warm Mediterranean-style climate of southern California creates a great environment for growing grapes and Moraga even uses Bel Air fruits for their wines.

Scott Rich, Moraga Bel Air’s Winemaker, has overseen all wine making as well as the vineyard since 1996 and understands their unique location, the soils, and other factors for the success of their crops. His previous studies, extensive research and various other jobs involved in the wine industry, makes Scott Rich the perfect man 

Fine wine brings joy to a meal and creates a real celebration for birthdays, weddings or other events.  www.moragabelair.com

Sandy Zimmerman produces television programs, documentaries, and travel specials around the world- in Beijing and on the Yangtze River Cruise in China, and in addition to travel specials in Italy and other countries as well as for Bryce Canyon National Park, Zion Canyon National Park, the Grand Canyon North Rim National Park, a real Cattle Drive similar to the early westerns in Reno, Nevada, and other destinations in the US.

With 20 years’ experience as a syndicated Show and Dining Reviewer, Travel/ Luxury writer, Health, as well as a Photographer/ Videographer, Editor, and Talk Show Host of Sandy Zimmerman’s Las Vegas TV Show and Discover the Ultimate Vacation travel specials. For information, questions, comments please contact Sandy Zimmerman at sandyzimm2003@yahoo.com  702-515-0846.



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