Lake County is For Lovers!
If your nuptial vision includes verdant vineyards, stunning vistas, delicious wines in a picture-perfect setting, discover Lake County’s affordable wine country wedding destinations – without the Napa Valley price tag.
The Meat of the Matter
Sustainably and ethically pasture-raised meats from Six Sigma Ranch – the perfect pairing with a bold tempranillo – from the same terroir.
Good Cheer Throughout the New Year – 2018
We’ve got some jolly good holiday celebrations in Lake County, so embrace the Season and welcome in the New Year with us!
Women Who Wine
That delicious Lake County wine you’re sipping was most likely made by a woman. Cheryl Lucido of Laujor Estate Winery is just one the growing ranks of women vintners putting Lake County’s wines on the map.
Celebrate the Season in Lake County
We’ve got plenty of HO HO HO to spread around – here’s a little help for your Lake County Holiday itinerary
Hope from the Smoke – Art from the Ashes
Fire destroys. Fire strengthens. Fire renews. As the smell of smoke wafts through California’s wine country, the scars of our own recent spate of wildfires are still very much apparent, especially along the ridgeline of Cobb Mountain. Yet, in spite of their own catastrophes, a community of Lake County artists turned the sum total of… Read more »
Autumn in Lake County
Witches & Whiskey & Wine – Oh My! Calling all GHOULS & GOBLINS Saturday – 10/28 Halloween Spooktacular Trick or Treat for Toys for Tots Lakeport Lagoons Haunted Pool House 1800 S. Main Street – Lakeport Tuesday – 10/31 Kiwanis Club Kids Halloween Fair Fun-filled family evening – FREE! (How Great Pumpkin is that)? Clearlake… Read more »
The Kooky Konocti Challenge
Now in its 27th year, our whacky, award-winning, Northern California bicycle tour has a ride for cyclists of all abilities.
There’s Lots to Love in Lake County – October 2017
Are you “sitting” out the Konocti Challenge? For the non-cycling set, there’s plenty of other things to do in Lake County in October
Yerba Santa Goat Dairy
People are more and more looking to know where their food is coming from and we took a tour of Yerba Santa goat dairy to see just where their wonderful goat cheese comes from. While the obvious answer to the question is the 72 goats that enjoy a tranquil life in among the rolling hills and beautiful grasslands that make up the farm, it’s more than just that including three generations of experience.