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I will begin this review by saying that we have been wine tasting in the Anderson Valley since the mid-1980s. So much of what we love and treasure about this wine region is the charming tasting rooms staffed by people who are intimately familiar with and passionate about the
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Pop in for a taste of their excellent rosé or the just released sparkling white while admiring the magnificent hills framing their functioning farm. Deli smorgasbord is always worthwhile. Take a tour of the goat dairy, where they produce the heavenly laychee! Baby doll sheep and
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We had an excellent cheeseboard and a few great wines. Of course it's amazing knowing you're eating cheese produced by animals 40 yards away. The sheep and goats are of course cute and the whole experience is very charming. We look forward to coming back in the spring and seeing
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My wife and I went here seeking to buy some of their fabulous cheeses - and ended up walking in the gardens, tasting the wines and having a lovely seasonal lunch. This is a lovely spot - not to be missed.
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My friend and I were referred to Pennyroyal by my Niece who lives locally. We loved it from the moment we walked in the door. We tasted the wine paired with the Goat Cheese and purchased the Cheese for later. We liked it so much we joined the Wine Club. We went back to have
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