Wow, what a great area! We're used to Temecula because it's close, but now we know that Paso is so worth the extra couple hours' drive. Filed a review on Budget Inn, it was a good value property. Limo on Saturday with California Limousine. We did 8 hours and had reservations at 8 wineries (not all of us tasted at all 8). Thanks to lots of hydration, we did OK. The list included Turley, L'Aventure, Denner, Booker, Donati, Castoro, Grey Wolfe, and Hunt. My overall favorite was L'Aventure, but everyone in the group had a different favorite - in general it does seem like you get what you pay for though. We are all reds lovers, but were surprised by several good Viogners. But oh my, there were some great big wonderful reds at Turley, L'Aventure, Denner and Booker! If you have a group, you really should make reservations. We couldn't believe how accommodating the wineries were, especially for a Saturday. Most of them set our group up in our own area and made us feel like VIPs. California Limousine was also a amazing. We use limos a lot for Temecula wineries, but we've never had an experience this good. RJ really anticipated everything and spoiled us. My only disappointment was that I'd emailed 1 week in advance an easy wish list of non-alcoholic stuff (diet coke, gatorade, diet dr. pepper) for them to sub out for the rum and vodka and sugared sodas. We didn't get those, but what disappointed me was that the company didn't bother to reply to my email to say they wouldn't provide - would've been easy for us to bring our own. Still though, RJ's service made up for it. Other highlights were Silver Stone winery in town (Jennifer was just the coolest!), Panolivo for dinner and pastries, Justin for lunch, and DiRaimondo Cheese (oh, the Balarina and the Fluer Verte!!!). Well, it's back on the diet, but we'll definitely be back!