Mendocino County wines are on the ‘rise,’ thanks in large part to Bernadette Byrne

Mendocino County, located on the coast of Northern California, approximately equidistant from the San Francisco Bay Area and the California/Oregon border, was originally coined “the emerald triangle.” Today, thanks to Bernadette Byrne, the executive director of the Mendocino Winegrowers Association, Mendocino is now known for producing quality wines, including Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Gewurztraminer, and more. The region is diverse, the family farmed vineyards are quaint, and the wines fly free (on participating airlines). Come visit Mendocino County through Bernadette’s interview on this episode of The Vine Guy.

Wines tasted in this episode:

2019 McNab Ridge Winery Grenache Rosé , Mendocino

2013 Goldeneye Pinot Noir, Anderson Valley

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