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Six Sigma Ranch announces free Pinzgauer tours to celebrate harvest season

Six Sigma Ranch announces free Pinzgauer tours to celebrate harvest season

LOWER LAKE, Calif. – Six Sigma Ranch & Winery of Lower Lake will give free Pinzgauer tours to celebrate the 2014 harvest season in September and October. 

This opportunity will kick off on Labor Day weekend. 

This is a great way to connect with the beauty of Lake County and enjoy a scenic tour of Six Sigma Ranch. 

Guests will be welcomed in the historic Stage Coach House Tasting Room and then will climb aboard the Six Sigma Ranch Pinzgauer for the rustic trip to the highest elevation vineyard, Christian’s Diamond Mine Vineyard. 

A guide will take you to the far corners of the ranch, sharing some amazing vistas as far away as Lake Berryessa. 

Along the way you will learn about the distinctive characteristics of Six Sigma Ranch and its wines. 

You also are likely to see cattle, sheep, and pigs and learn about the ranch’s meat program.  

The guide will lead visitors through the history of the ranch that dates back to the 1850s.

The tour will conclude with a wine tasting of current releases back at the tasting room where visitors can enjoy Six Sigma’s award winning wines. 

You are encouraged to bring a picnic lunch and eat under the shade of ancient oak trees.

Tours are limited to Saturdays only at 10 a.m., noon and 2 p.m.

Please call to make a reservation at least 24 hours in advance at 707-994-4068.

Six Sigma Ranch is located at 13372 Spruce Grove Road in Lower Lake and open from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Visit Six Sigma online at www.sixsigmaranch.com .

 

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