Do you love the Redwoods? Do you love wine and visiting wineries? We will show you where the vineyards meet the Redwoods. Combine a trip that captures both your pleasures. Oh, yes, good food is always nearby. On a trip to Northern California, travelers have plenty of choices for capturing the beauty and wonder of Coastal Redwoods while at the same time enjoying wine country activities. The Wine Country Insider offers excellent tips for travels to see the Redwoods and vineyards together.

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These are Pinot Noir vines growing along side the Coastal Redwoods

Where to find Redwoods and vineyards together

Russian River Valley in Sonoma County

The Russian River Valley is world famous for Pinot Noir. It is also a stunning Coastal Redwood Tree region. There is plenty to see and do in this fantastic wine region. Explore it and relish this phenomenal area of Northern California

Armstrong Grove in Russian River Valley

Anderson Valley in Mendocino County

redwoods trees in the Anderson Valley
Handley Cellars – small and family-owned winery in Anderson Valley

The Anderson Valley in Mendocino County is a 120 miles drive from San Francisco to Boonville. Boonville is the main town in the Anderson Valley. The wineries in Anderson Valley specialize in Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Alsatian varieties. Other varieties of wines are also available. Tasting room fees are generally low.

Santa Cruz Mountains

redwoods and vineyards
Wine tasting among the Redwoods at Beauregard

The Santa Cruz Mountains are in both San Mateo and Santa Cruz Counties. Many backroads lead to wonderful adventures in viewing both Redwoods and vineyards.