Anderson Valley – A Birds Eye View

May 5, 2021 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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End to end, Anderson Valley is only 15 miles wide. It’s an easy glide from Boonville to the Deep End. But both visible and hidden from the bisecting lanes of Highway 128 are varying terrains, unique microclimates and assorted soils that make our tiny but mighty region the most sought after for Pinot Noir in California. Let us give you a bird’s eye view into why Anderson Valley is the perfect home to this esteemed grape.

Take flight with San Francisco Chronicle wine critic Esther Mobley as she guides you through the region.

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