Take a Hike Through 'Sustainable' Vineyards

     On Dec. 19, Sonoma Valley docent Bill Myers will lead up to 50 people on a fun, casual and up-close hike through the 1,850-acre volcanic and vertical Kunde Family Estate in Kenwood, Calif.

     This is a great opportunity to see sustainable winegrowing practices at work while taking in some of wine country’s most spectacular scenery.

     Myers’ tours wind through the estate’s distinct eco-systems, each one uniquely contributing to the process of sustainable winegrowing. Hikers will taste wines along the way in the very vineyards where the grapes are grown.

     This moderately strenuous hike lasts approximately four hours. The cost is $25 per person, reservations are needed, and hikers are asked to bring along a sack lunch, water and sunscreen.

     The tour will begin at 10 a.m. at the Kunde tasting room and also will conclude there. For further information, contact Kunde Family Estate at 707-833-5501.

Posted in Wine and the Environment
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