Long Meadow Ranch
Along the Mayacamas Mountains, Long Meadow Ranch occupies 650-acres of vegetation, upon which are a grocery store with the property’s harvest, vineyards, cattle ranch with grass-fed cows, olive oil press, winery, and restaurant. The land was purchased in 1989 by Ted Hall, who restored it to a fully functioning farming operation using environmentally-conscious materials like solar power and biodiesel fuel. Most of the facility has been renovated to have the appearance of a modern barn setting. Guests can make reservations to tour the full ranch grounds, dine at the farm-to-table themed Farmstead, and taste wine in the Logan-Ives salon.
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From Food & Wine , AUG 2008
Humphrey likes to visit this Napa Valley ranch’s farm stand on weekends to find organic herbs and produce along with its wines...MORE
From Food & Wine , AUG 2010
Centered around the 19th-century Gothic Revival house that contains the wine-tasting room, the property is home to a terrific restaurant called Farmstead, a seasonal farm stand and...MORE
From Food & Wine , AUG 2011
Eastlake pulled together 100 wines for Outside Lands' wine tent, called Wine Lands. Among the most trend-forward choices...MORE