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March 24, 2022 | Tank Garage Winery

5 Spots to Drink Wild Child This Summer in Sunny Northern California ☀️

Wild Child Rosé during sunset at Baker Beach in San Francisco.

1. Baker Beach

Every once in a while, the sun shines bright in San Francisco, and everyone flocks to the nearest park or beach to soak up the sun and day drink. With a stunning view of the Golden Gate Bridge, head to Baker Beach with a cooler full of wine and snacks because once you get here you won't want to leave. Look out for Gray-green serpentine protruding among the cliffs between Fort Point and Baker Beach. Serpentine forms when rocks deep in the earth’s crust are altered and forced to the surface. The northernmost end of Baker Beach is frequented by clothing-optional sunbathers if you're into it! 😜

Lake Tahoe's vibrant blue water surrounded by trees.

2. Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe is nature at its best! This large freshwater lake (the nation's second deepest lake) is located in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, straddling the border of California and Nevada. The crystal clear water is perfect for swimming, kayaking, paddle boarding, and boating. The mountains tower above in all directions boasting miles of hiking trails, and loads of natural vistas. Fun fact: The water in Lake Tahoe is 99.994% pure, making it one of the purest large lakes in the world!

Point Arena Lighthouse on the Mendocino Coast.

3. Mendocino Coast

With jaw-dropping views with each turn of the road, the Mendocino Coast is truly a hidden gem and not to be missed if you are traveling to Northern California! Rural and desolate in the best way, many of Mendocino's first residents came from Maine, so it is not surprising that the architecture resembles that of a New England village, with charming Saltbox cottages, and stately Victorian mansions. Don't miss the Point Arena Lighthouse, an iconic landmark on California's northern coast!

Big Sur's famous Bixby Bridge along the coastline.

4. Big Sur

Jagged cliffs pummeled by enormous waves line the scenic Pacific Coast Highway along Big Sur, creating some of California's most memorable ocean vistas. Give yourself plenty of time for stops along the way! The Point Lobos State Reserve has amazing coves, seals and otters swimming, tidepools, and more. The view at McWay Beach in Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park is well worth the short trek, with a waterfall flowing straight into the ocean. Bixby Bridge, one of the most photographed bridges in California, is a marvel of engineering from the 1930s. 

Geothermal pools in Lassen Volcanic National Park.

5. Lassen National Park

When planning a trip to Northern California, folks tend to go to Lake Shasta, the Redwood National Forest, and of course, Yosemite. Don't make the mistake of missing this rad park! Like a mini Yellowstone, Lassen Volcanic National Park is a geological wonderland. Only 400,000 people make their way to Lassen across all four seasons, significantly less than the other famous parks in the area. California's most underrated national park has great trails for hiking, colorful lakes, hydrothermal sites, and volcanic peaks. 



Email or DM us a picture of your Wild Child Rosé in the wild and we'll send you a code for $1 shipping on your next order of 2 or more bottles 😉 

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