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    Joseph Filippi Winery Paranormal Investigation



Joseph Filippi Winery & Vineyards

12467 Baseline Rd. Rancho Cucamonga, CA


General $50

VIP $75

(VIP admission Includes a 5:00 p.m. start time with guided tour of the winery, wine tasting and access to a special location for a pre-event investigation) 


General Admission 6:00 p.m.

VIP Admission 5:00 p.m.

Haunted Orange County is happy to offer the first public investigation of a historic location in the Cucamonga Valley wine district: Joseph Filippi Winery & Vineyards. While the Filippi family has had a rich history of wine making in the Guasti-Cucamonga Valley, their current headquarters dates back to 1901 as the Ellena Bros./Regina Winery. The winery has deep ties to Rancho Cucamonga's history. In fact, the winery has been the home to many special events and celebrations including Rancho Cucamonga's Grape Harvest Festival. Also, California's first winery restaurant was at the Ellena Bros./Regina Winery. The Filippi family has grown premium wine grapes in the Cucamonga area since 1922. In 1995, The Filippi Winery set up it's wine making headquarters at the former Ellena Bros./Regina Winery.

Many of the winery's workers as well as the Filippi family have experienced instances of unexplained activity. Some of the unexplained activity includes chairs moving, phantom footsteps, music playing in the tasting room, feelings of a presence in certain areas of the building, as well as reports of longtime customers spotting former winery owner, John Ellena.

Come see if you can find any spirits for yourself!

The property is a working winery, reception center, and a gift store where one can enjoy wine tasting. We invite you to stop in for some wine tasting and get to know this historic landmark. You can visit their website for more details and hours: http://www.josephfilippiwinery.com/store/

Tickets must be purchased online. This event will sell out. Do not hesitate if you want to be part of this experience.



There will be four investigation groups. Each group will investigate four locations for 50 minutes each location with a ten minute intermission between rotations.



You will be on your feet most of the time.

Buildings are not handicapped accessible.

Cell phones must remain off during the investigations.

Use of your own handheld investigative equipment is permitted and encouraged.

Attendees are not allowed to venture off on their own. You must stay with your group at all times.


Ample free parking is available in the winery parking lot.


Comfortable shoes, warm clothing, flashlight, camera, investigation equipment.