Mendocino is one of the most diverse wine regions in California. If you love of Sparkling wines, Pinot Noir, Zinfandel, Syrah or discovering exotic grape varietals like French Colombard you owe it to yourself to visit Mendocino different AVAs including Anderson Valley and Yorkville Highlands. Full Magazine available soon.
Mendocino County, like its other wine country neighbors, has had a devastating couple of weeks. Approximately 37,000 acres were decimated and certain wineries were destroyed in the recent wild fires. However, Mendocino residents are strong and united in the message that they are open for business and ready to welcome
The wine country community has always been incredibly generous to those in need. Every year, Napa Valley Vintners hosts Napa Valley Wine Auction for local area nonprofits. Sonoma and Mendocino wineries hosts various events throughout the year to benefit those in need in their communities. In addition, wineries have donated
As fires continue to threaten communities across California there can be a feeling of complete helplessness. As we see the first responders who bravely rush into danger to protect life and property, we are incredibly grateful for their tremendous work and dedication. We want to follow their example by helping
The Redwood Complex Fire has ravaged areas of Mendocino County since it began on Sunday, October 8, 2017. The amount of devastation in Mendocino County is catastrophic. This fire, like fires actively burning in Sonoma and Napa counties affect wineries, vineyards, businesses and residences alike. As of the publishing of
Anton Ego, the fictional Food Critic in Disney’s Ratatouille says “I’ll make you a deal. You provide the food, I’ll provide the perspective…” The tragedies from the Northern California wildfires have put things into perspective. The famed Michelin Guide announced it would postpone its annual release of star-worthy Bay Area
Multiple wildfires spread across Northern California Wine country forcing the evacuation of thousands of residents and tourists overnight. All of the fires began on Sunday and began to spread at an amazing rate due to near perfect combination of high temperatures, dry conditions and gusting 50 to 70 mph winds.