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BOONVILLE, CA: A lush vineyard of Pinot Noir is perched on a hillside above a redwood and fir forest in Boonville, California. Located three hours north of San Francisco, Mendocino County has a rustic appeal for tourists who make the arduous drive through redwood forests and rolling hills of vineyards and oak trees. This week, many wineries throughout California are harvesting their red grapes.

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