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May 4, 2012 (Julian) -- Jeremy’s on the Hill and Milagro Farm Vineyards are starting Mother’s Day weekend with a very special wine pairing event on May 11 at 6:30 p.m. at Jeremy’s, 4354 Highway 78, Wynola (just outside of Julian).

“I am so impressed with Winemaker Jim Hart and Milagro’s wines.  I have had a wonderful time preparing a menu that highlights the beauty of their wines” said Chef Jeremy.   “It is a true pleasure to work with Jeremy pairing my wine, not only is his food wonderful, but he has been so receptive to adding ours and other well-made local wines to his wine list and through these special wine paired dinners,” said Jim Hart, Winemaker, Hart Winery / Milagro Farm Vineyards and Winery.

Milagro Farm Vineyards & Winery in Ramona sits on 100 acres of picturesque land that has provided "some of San Diego's best wines," according to California Winery Advisor.   Second generation winemaker Jim Hart brings his lifelong appreciation for and knowledge of wine to Milagro Farm Vineyards. With experience in winemaking since his childhood, Jim possesses an expertise in his craft that allows the much-awarded Milagro Farm Vineyards to produce exceptional boutique wines. He shares his winemaking time with his family's winery, Hart Winery, in nearby Temecula, CA, and teaches oenology and horticulture at Mira Costa College in Oceanside, CA.

Jeremy’s on the Hill, founded in March of 2008, specializes in farm to table cuisine and features many local wineries, breweries and artists at the restaurant.  Chef Jeremy Manley, 25, and a Cordon Bleu graduate, is passionate about what he does and has been working with food and cooking since the age of ten.

Reservations can be made by calling Jeremy’s on the Hill at 760-765-1587.  Tickets are $48 in advance or $55 at the door. 


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