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“God's Country”
Review of Anderson Valley

Ranked #3 of 21 things to do in Philo
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Owner description: A concentration of high-quality wineries north of San Francisco.
Reviewed 2 July 2012

Green and open and rolling hills and roads. The beauty of this place is stunning in any season.

1  Thank Caitlin M
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Reviewed 12 April 2012

Anderson Valley is a lovely place to visit. The scenery is phenomenal, and the wineries that we visited all had a very laid-back and welcoming feel. We especially loved visiting Husch, Lula, and Greenwood Ridge cellars, although we really enjoyed every place we went. The wine is great, we didn't pay for a single tasting, and the bottles were very reasonable. If you want to truly get away, Anderson valley is a great place to do it.

Thank colliejr
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Reviewed 22 March 2012

From the coast on the 128 highway you drive through huge redwoods in Navarro state park that are captivating and to your right of the road there is a beautiful river that adds even more enjoyment to your road trip to wine country. My two favorites we stopped at are Hadley Winery which is beaurtiful and they are so knowledgeable about the wines and the area. We bought their whites, brut and Pino and are looking forward to sharing fond memories and sipping wine with our best friends. Husch was another place we bought wine and that was a different setting altogether. It was very rustic and intimate. We bought their chenin blanc and chardoney. They are two great places to visit if you enjoy white wine, We prefer white wine and this valley has it. We also toured Anderson Brewery that is at the other end of the wine trail. We were staying at Point Arena and took Mountain View Rd. to get back to Point Arena.It was raining and people at our resort warned us about driving it. There are no guard rails, shear cliffs and you are driving on a road that does not have a yellow line in it at some points. You can only go 35 miles an hour and there are several turns that are at 15 miles per hour. To save your nerves don't go on this road at night. Take the 128 back to the coast and relax!

4  Thank Travel4funVentura_CA
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Reviewed 24 February 2012

Enjoyed taking this route to Mendocino. Very scenic and many wineries to choose from. We stopped at the Navarro Winery.

Thank PTontheroad
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Reviewed 27 January 2012

I enjoy this region as well as, if not better than the Napa Valley

Thank m-w-witzke
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