The Pinot Paradise of the Cool Sonoma Coast

YOUR PHONE STOPPED working more than an hour ago; your GPS and Google Maps are useless out here, some 2½ road-hours west of Healdsburg, Calif., the jumping-off point for Sonoma County wine pilgrims. Napa, with its thronged tasting rooms and its trophy architecture, might as well be a thousand miles away. From the coast, the road slaloms up the ridge and eventually turns into a dirt track halfway to your destination.
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Published: June 14, 2013

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