Most visits to a winery tend to follow certain marks. You’re going to taste wine. You’re going to josh with the person pouring the wine and probably learn a few interesting factoids from that person as well. And you’ll probably step outside to admire the grounds and dream about living La Vida Winery. That is a tried-and-true pattern and one we don’t wish to mess with, but when a vineyard introduces a few new elements into a visit, we take notice, especially when a visit with baby goats are involved. Frey Vineyards in Redwood Valley will be mixing up the standards on Saturday, April 21, just in time for Earth Day. In fact, the whole day has an eco bent, starting with the biodynamic farm tour and the seasonal ingredients that will go into the dinner you’ll eat there.
To read more about all of the Earth Day happenings at Frey Vineyards, click here for NBC Bay Area’s full story.
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