The Wilson Creek Story
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The Wilson Creek Story
The Wilson Creek Story

How a Daring Family Venture Became Southern California’s Most Popular Winery. Complimentary in July Special release shipment for members.

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The Wilson Creek Story – How a Daring Family Venture Became Southern California’s Most Popular Winery

By Mick Wilson


How did a suburban family with no winemaking experience start and grow what has become the most visited winery in Southern California? Meet the dynamic Wilson family who went “all in” and risked their livelihoods to launch the dream of bringing the family back together. Follow their incredible journey that included brutal hardships and family drama and how the Wilsons persevered through it all. Witness the incredible love story of how Rosie and Gerry Wilson met and then started this amazing family.


The book is beautifully presented in a large, hard bound, glossy, coffee-table style with over 300 photographs that document the incredible journey.


    "The Wilson Creek Story is a fun, inspiring account of an amazing family journey."

    - Bill Ireland, writer and editor.


“I didn’t want to put the book down. I just couldn’t, I wanted to know what happened next.”


“A riveting story of drama, courage, failure, and adventure all presented with amazing photos.”


Author bio:


Mick Wilson presents a first-hand account as he has been documenting and photographing the Wilson Creek Winery story from the beginning. Mick is a co-owner of Wilson Creek Winery in Temecula Valley, California. He received his business degree from the University of Colorado, Boulder and his Master of Divinity degree from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. Mick is a Certified Sommelier with the Court of Master Sommeliers, a Certified Specialist of Wine with the Society of Wine Educators and is a Level II accreditation with the Wine and Spirits Education Trust.


Mick is a speaker and wine writer who teaches college courses, leadership retreats and numerous wine classes. He also speaks at churches where he weaves his expertise in wine with his over thirty years of theological and pastoral experience.

195 pages