It was another Art & Ag opportunity, but not to a farm. This time we visited Great Bear Vineyards in Davis. How wonderful to find a treasure like this so close to Sacramento and within Yolo County.

Upon arrival, I was surprised by the difference in the grape vines. I’ve usually seen squatty knarled vines, but these were tall and mostly smooth. I’m sure it has to do with the type of grape grown.

The winery was simply beautiful from the doors to the patio.

Seeing lavender grown was a first for me. I’m allergic to the lavender scent (like when a scented candle is lit), but I wasn’t having any problems this visit.

Of course the artists were also enjoying the beautiful surroundings.

And, the grounds added an amazing touch, sort of like a farm atmosphere.

It was a fun and wonderful morning and I’m happy to share it with you!

4 thoughts on “Wine & Lavender: Great Bear Vineyards

  1. It looks like a really lovely place, for photography, painting, and just lazing away a day! Did you taste the wine?

  2. It was lovely. They didn’t have wine tasting that day. Art & Ag is held on Thursdays and Saturdays. They had the wine tasting on Saturday and I was there on Thursday.

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