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April 8, 2012 / mountainviewhotels

California’s Oldest Surviving Vineyard: Savannah-Chanelle Vineyards

While you are taking the time to unwind and enjoy your stay here at our hotel, consider visiting some of the Silicon Valley’s many attractions. There is an old and robust heritage within the Valley that beckons to be explored. For a bit of culture our most discerning guests find a trip to a local vineyard to be rather pleasurable.

We would like to be sure you fully enjoy your stay, and as such we recommend one of the most prestegious and beautiful vineyards in the area as a perfect local for a casual and unique outing. The century old vineyard, Savannah-Chanelle Vineyards, provides a plethora of activities and is back dropped with acres of aged vines which produce some of the areas premium fine wine grapes.

Savannah-Chanelle Vineyards is best known for their Zinfindale vines, which were planted over one hundred years ago in 1910. The aged vines produce an award winning Zinfindale wine alongside their other varieties of Pinot Blanc, Port, and Chardonnay. As California’s oldest surviving vineyard Savannah-Chanelle Vineyards wines are of a quality virtually unparalleled in the region. Understandably, they are at the top of our list of “must see” destinations.

No doubt each moment at Savannah-Chanelle Vineyards will be an unforgettable experience. Your trip to Silicon Valley simply will not be complete without a tour of the heart of wine country. It is an opportunity to take in a bit of California.

Both private and public tours and tastings are available. Also, if you so wish, a customized tasting for romantic occasions or group events can be inquired about. Should you have interest in a tour, our concierge will be happy to assist your arrangements.

We hope you are enjoying your stay with us at Camino Inn and Suites and encourage you to partake of a day at Savannah-Chanelle Vineyards. Read more about this California’s Oldest Surviving Vineyard!

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