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Sip pure, balanced wines grown on unspoiled land in Mendocino County, an alluring slice of California wedged between the Pacific Ocean and the Mendocino National Forest. This beautiful coastal countryside is heralded for its focus on sustainable, biodynamic, and organic wines. Friendly small towns dot the incredibly scenic landscape, which features three main wine regions: Anderson Valley, Redwood Valley, and Hopland.
Often foggy and cool, Mendocino’s diverse climate supports many different types of wine, from Pinot Noir and Cabernet to Zinfandel and Merlot. Between the rugged coastline and towering Redwoods, you can sip wines at soon-to-be discovered vineyards. Sample wines paired with magnificent ocean views at Pacific Star Winery and with soaring oak trees at Toulouse Vineyard. Enjoy artisan cheeses and intimate estate tours at Handley Cellars. Lula Cellars and Navarro Vineyards offer relaxed, dog-friendly settings. Try small-batch wines in a converted pony barn at Husch Vineyards, one of the oldest Mendocino wineries. Find your favorite new sip in Mendocino County.
Experience an exceptional wine-tasting tour when you head to the north coast of California and visit the Goldeneye Winery. As one of the premier wineries in the Mendocino County wine-scene, the Goldeneye Winery was established in 1996, and has since been producing a wide range of top wines.
Drive in from Ukiah and explore the Goldeneye Winery where you'll find daily tasting tours. The Goldeneye Winery is found in the city of Philo, and offers an Alfresco Picnic Lunch, and their popular Estate Tasting – both excellent options. Enjoy your next wine-tasting adventure through Mendocino County with a trip to the Goldeneye Winery.
There are many reasons to visit California – from the theme parks, to the sports, to the national parks, and even the beaches. But when you head north, be sure to explore the many wine regions. Whether you're a fan of the reds, whites, or just looking to broaden your horizons, enjoy your time in CA wine country.
When you explore the north coast of CA, head for Ukiah, which yields quick trips to nearby McNab Ridge Winery Tasting Room. A top destination in Mendocino County, the McNab Ridge Wintery Tasting Room is just off the Redwood Highway in Hopland.
Enjoy a wine-tasting adventure through Mendocino County when you visit the Drew Family Cellars. Found in the charming city of Elk along the north coast of California, the Drew Family Cellars is a premier destination for wine lovers. Make the scenic drive in from Ukiah, Willits, or Fort Bragg.
The Drew Family Cellars, like the name suggests, is a family owned and operated establishment. Plan your next Mendocino County wine-tasting experience and head for the Drew Family Cellars. Find a beautiful bounty of Pinot Noir's, including some clones like the Calera, the Pommard, and the Swan.
Experience the best of the Mendocino County wine region with a visit to the Lazy Creek Vineyards. Found in the city of Philo, south from Fort Bragg and west from Ukiah, Lazy Creek Vineyards is a premier destination for wine lovers traveling through the north coast of California.
The Tasting Room at Lazy Creek Vineyards is open Thursday through Monday, yielding fun and vibrant experiences. Expand your wine palette with a wide range of reds and whites when you visit Lazy Creek Vineyards. At Lazy Creek Vineyards, enjoy samples of award winning Pinot Noir's and a very special 2012 Lazy Creek Vineyards Gewurtztraminer.
Any visit to the Mendocino County wine region should yield a tour of the Seebass Vineyards. Found in the city of Ukiah, the Seebass Vineyards are a prime example of the quality wine found along the north coast of California. Plan your next wine-tasting trip for Mendocino County soon.
Established in the late 1980s, the Seebass Vineyards is named for the Seebass family and matriarch Brigitte Seebass. Visit soon and experience some of the best wine in the region – the Seebass Vineyards 2011 Syrah won Silver at the Mendocino County Wine Competition of the same year. You can also indulge with tastings of the 2012 Grand Reserve Chardonnay, and the 2011 Old Vines Zinfandel.
While California sees millions of visitors each year flock to its many beaches, theme parks, and state parks, it's the wine regions which seemingly keep visitors coming back. As you embark on your next wine-tasting adventure, head for Mendocino County and stay in Ukiah.
A popular winery near Ukiah along the north coast is the Silversmith Vineyards. Family-owned and operated, the Silversmith Vineyards features an exceptional tasting room – open to the public and pet-friendly, you'll want to explore and taste when you visit. Find your new favorite red or white at the Silversmith Vineyards.