Anderson Valley

A popular route into coastal Mendocino County involves taking picturesque and windy Highway 128 from Cloverdale westward. Begin by snaking through the Yorkville Highlands, known by the cognoscenti as “Les Petits Tetons,” and on to Boonville, the “bahlest” town in the county. Here, you can pick up a picnic, stop for a brew at the Anderson Valley Brewing Company, or visit the goats at Pennyroyal Farm. Continue to the coast with a whistle-stop in Poleeko (Philo in Boontling) and through a tunnel of towering trees along the Navarro River. While you’re here though, stop and appreciate the good life found in this verdant and abundant land.

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2. Camp Navarro

Camp Navarro has numerous pristine settings available for your special gathering, in a variety of environments and sizes. The historic Ridgetop Chapel is available for …

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3. Disco Ranch

The long time dream of Wendy Lamer (who has more than 30 years in the wine business) is to create a relaxing and fun environment …

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4. Domaine Anderson

Domaine Anderson is located near the small, pioneering wine growing community of Philo. The cooling marine layer and varied terroir that is characteristic of this …

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5. Drew Wines

Drew focuses on traditional wine making methods, producing great pinot and syrah, and is one of the few wineries to use grapes from the Mendocino …

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7. Foursight Wines

Foursight Wines is a small, family owned and operated winery in the cool, coastal region of Anderson Valley. Founded in 2006 by Bill and Nancy …

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8. Goldeneye Winery

In a valley defined by Pinot Noir, Goldeneye Winery is queen of the ball. The striking location against Confluence Vineyards sets the perfect backdrop for …

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