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Red Bluff 2013

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Red Bluff 2013 21 North State���s Wine Country stores. Call (530) 347-4765 to arrange a tasting The only winery and vineyard in Red Bluff appointment and tour proper, Tehama Oaks is at and get directions 14494 Warren Ave., just New Clairvaux five minutes off Interstate 5. For information, call 530 Vineyard 529-2356 or visit With deep, fertile loam soils and mild climate, New Clairvaux is an Manton vineyards ideal site for modern The town of Manton, winemaking. east of Red Bluff on Leland Stanford Manton Road off Highway operated the world���s 36E, is home to six largest vineyard, winery vineyards ��� Indian Peak, and distillery at the site in Alger, Ringtail, Mt. 1890, known as Leland Tehama, Cedar Crest and Stanford���s Great Vina Shasta Daisy. Ranch. All except Mt. Tehama The first Cistercian offer regularly scheduled winery in North tastings noon to 5 p.m. America, New Clairvaux Saturdays and Sundays produces several and other times by varieties of fine wine appointment. Mt. and offers tastings 11 Tehama welcomes dropa.m. to 5 p.m. ins as time permits. The area is reminiscent of how Napa Saturdays and Sundays or by appointment Valley wineries got at (530) 839-2200. For more information on Tehama County their start, and you are likely to meet and taste and other North State wineries, visit with the winemaker and vintner in a relaxed, friendly setting. Some of the large variety of wines produced in Manton are available at Red Bluff retail and grocery stores. Maps to the vineyards, which are all within 5 miles of each other, are available at Julia���s Diner as you enter town. Manton is on the way to Lassen Volcanic National Park and definitely worth the stop. Tehama Oaks Burnsini Vineyard Friends Tom Burnham and Jim Tomasini combined their names and talents to establish Burnsini Vineyard in 2000. With 10 acres in Cottonwood, off Bowman Road, the winemakers produce five varieties of reds, many available in Red Bluff retail

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