Vinography Images: The Hidden Valley


Despite being only another 45 minutes past some of the most visited parts of Sonoma County, and despite being the source of some of California’s most profound Pinot Noirs, Anderson Valley remains off the radar of most wine country tourists. Seen here from the air, with the Navarro River in the foreground, the valley remains one of California’s most beautiful bits of Wine Country and feels a world away from the hustle and bustle of more visited areas.

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