Take the Ronald Reagan Turnpike, the Homestead Extension of Florida’s Turnpike to reach the rural-agricultural city of Homestead from places like South Beach or Miami International Airport; it’s about as far south as you can drive in Miami-Dade County. If you’ve visited Miami one hundred times, you’ve probably still never visited this neck of the woods best known for the Homestead-Miami Speedway- home to races including NASCAR and the IndyCar Series. Races aside, it’s a quiet place… home to families living on several acres of land for raising animals, farming and other natural pursuits. Many of South Florida’s most prominent chefs look to this area, the Redlands, to bring their farm-to-table restaurant concepts to life. Still, Schnebly’s Winery isn’t the only fruit-obsessed destination in the area; the property is just minutes away from Fruit & Spice Park, a singular tropical botanical garden featuring over 500 varieties of fruit, nuts, spices, vegetables and herbs.