Unforgettable Dining in Temecula
At Carter Estate Winery and Resort, we are committed to offering guests exceptional cuisine. We currently offer delectable al fresco dining services as our resort's signature food and beverage outlet, Vineyard Grill. Enjoy our chef's inventive spin on organic California cuisine.
Temecula In-Room Dining on Your Schedule
In the morning, at your preselected time, we transform your living room or patio into your own private dining room. Experience your energy-charged breakfast of a gourmet omelet and fresh-squeezed orange juice in the comfort of your robe.
Our exclusive in-room dining service includes breakfast, lunch, appetizers, dinner and a complete selection of Carter Estate Wines. And when the sun sets, quench your thirst at the Vineyard Rose lounge before setting down for a service-filled evening of spectacular cuisine from Vineyard Grill.
In-Room and Poolside Dining Wine List
- 2012 Carter Estate Viognier
- 2013 Pinot Noir
- 2011 Penrose
- 2012 Malbec Carter Estate
- 2010 Carter Estate Merlot
- 2006-13 Carter Estate Cabernet Sauvignon
- Carter Estate Chardonnay
- Blanc to Blanc
- Daybreak (350 Mil)
- 2012 Merlot
- 2012 Syrah
- 2013 Viognier
- 2013 Chardonnay (Released in June/July)
- 2014 Brut Sparkling
In-Room Dining Hours
Breakfast: 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Lunch & Dinner: 11:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Service Charge: $6.00
If you prefer to bask in the warm morning sun as you sip on freshly ground coffee and dine on gourmet eggs and more, we'd be happy to arrange a memorable poolside breakfast. Ask our concierge for details on outdoor dining.
Outdoor Dining Hours
Check daily for the opportunity to dine poolside and enjoy our Chef's field-to-fork signature dishes made with fresh and local ingredients.
Only the Best Ingredients
Here at Carter Estate Winery and Resort, we believe that freshness is the key to high-quality cuisine, and when we use the term "field-to-fork" to describe our menu selections, we mean it. Every ingredient we use to prepare our delicious meals is locally grown in Southern California. You'll be able to taste the difference after just one bite.