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Mutt Lynch Winery

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Mutt Lynch Winery

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9050 Windsor Rd, Windsor, CA 95492-9701
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9 Hour Zip Line and Private Beer and Wine Tour from Bay Area
Wine Tasting & Winery Tours

9 Hour Zip Line and Private Beer and Wine Tour from Bay Area

Enjoy a day of fun with your own chauffeur and executive black Sedan or SUV taking you from your hotel/residence in San Francisco to zip lining and Canopy Walk Tour in the forest of Sonoma followed by a custom beer and wine tour experience of the Russian River and Sonoma county area. <br><br>Your day starts with your assigned chauffeur arriving at your doorstep or hotel in San Francisco and whisking you away to Sonoma Valley to zip Line just East of the coastal mountains in the forests of Guernville. <br><br>On the way to the zip line site, we are more than happy to stop off at the North point of the Golden Gate Bridge to take photographs of your group and the bridge!&#xa0; <br><br>Once finishing zip lining, your group is taken to up to a handful of Russian River's greater wineries with great food as well as complimentary (and contingent complimentary) wine tastings. <br><br>Once finishing wine tastings for the day, your group will be driven back to your hotel/residence in San Francisco.
$559.54 per adult
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advcards wrote a review Oct 2020
Reno, Nevada2,662 contributions370 helpful votes
Tasting is basically outside a small retail store. The winemaker answered all her questions with a smile. Nice experience reasonably priced tasting and some unique gifts in the shop. Definitely a dog friendly place.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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1Yellowrose wrote a review Sep 2019
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma82 contributions11 helpful votes
We took our Bully dog and Chihuahuas in with us . We did the wine tasting . the owner brought out a snack tray for our pups . I’m not a dry , red wine kind of girl But I loved the HellHound. Great low key , unpretentious experience . Selection of dog toys and treats are also available for purchase .
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Date of experience: September 2019
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dasenkaharykova wrote a review Jul 2018
San Jose, California115 contributions40 helpful votes
Becca was helping us....4 if us vivacious girls, some with less experience. I knew my friends would love the spot as the wines are yummy, reasonably priced and their dog theme is just really fun. We all ended up buying a bottle and I actually committed and became a member. It is such a good deal. Very happy. Thank you! Dasha
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Scenic136520 wrote a review Jul 2018
Scottsdale, Arizona3 contributions
How disappointed were we when we arrived at 3:30pm this past Friday (07/06/18) to find a sign on the door stating “closed for lunch be back at 4pm.” Since their posted business operation times said they are open to 6pm we were shocked to find they were closed at that time. This was our last tasting before heading to the Oakland airport to catch a flight home, as it was highly recommended by friends who visited recently, and it was not an option to wait until 4pm. The lesson here is to call ahead and not depend on their posted times when planning a visit as they may randomly decide to close whenever they want without any consideration of visitors who plan their time based on their posted information. My wife and I were outraged and disappointed at the same time as we very much wanted to sample their wines since our friends were so impressed by their them. Apparently their business is doing so well they can afford to risk turning away visitors and future customers.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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paladinsf wrote a review Nov 2017
Boise, Idaho47 contributions14 helpful votes
Mutt Lynch has consistently been recognized as one of the foremost dog-centric wineries in the U.S. A portion of their sales go to dog-related causes and their canine theme runs through everything they do. This was my first visit to their Windsor tasting room, but it will not be my last. From the dog sculpture (and two full water bowls) outside the door to the myriad of doggie curios throughout the tasting room, the dog theme reigns supreme. And about those wines: they are all fabulous (as it the atmosphere in which they are served, along with the tasting room staff serving them). Highlights are the reserve Zinfandel, amazingly smooth and approachable for a new release. The Chardonnay was also excellent, as was the Cabernet blend. Another highlight was the Primitivo, the neglected cousin of Zinfandel that is seldom produced in CA. After tasting Brenda's (the owner/winemaker, in the tasting room at the time of our visit) Primitivo, it's hard no to become a fan. All the Mutt Lynch wines are excellent values (especially by Napa/Sonoma standards). Very highly recommenced.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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