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Mendocino reopens for wine tasting, glamping, and all the outdoor exploration

Mendocino reopens for wine tasting, glamping, and all the outdoor exploration


While counties throughout California are again tightening restrictions following a surge in Covid-19 cases, the small and remote North Coast gem of Mendocino is beginning to welcome back visitors.


A three-hour, scenic drive from San Francisco that winds past vineyards and redwoods on your way out to the coast, quirky and ridiculously beautiful Mendo feels quiet even when there's not a pandemic on. These days, rustic-chic stays, fresh seafood restaurants, and the heralded wineries of Anderson Valley are reopening at limited capacity, promising even more personal space for enjoying that cool, salty air.

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