|Sign for Graveyard Vineyards, © B. Radisavljevic|
You really have to be looking this winery to find it, since it's off the beaten path. On Highway 46, East or West, you pass winery after winery. On Estrella Road in San Miguel, I see only this one.
|Entrance to Graveyard Vineyards, © B. Radisavljevic|
At the sign is a long road to the top of a hill where you find the actual tasting room. The entrance is to the right where you can't see it in the photo below.
|Graveyard Vineyards Tasting Room, © B. Radisavljevic|
Graveyard Vineyards got its name from its proximity to the tiny Pleasant Valley Cemetery where many of the city's pioneer families are buried. This photo shows one way the tasting room plays on its name. The wine barrel is near the entrance.
|A Bit of Humor at Graveyard Vineyards, © B. Radisavljevic|
As you exit the tasting room there is a patio where you can picnic or drink your wine, as long is no special event is scheduled for that area. The day I was there they were preparing for a wedding in this area. The patio looks out at the pond and the vineyards.
|Patio at Graveyard Vineyards, © B. Radisavljevic|
This is a partial view of the pond, which appears like a small lake.
|Partial View of Pond at Graveyard Vineyards, © B. Radisavljevic|
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This is my seventh post for the 2016 AtoZchallenge, a Blogging Challenge for the month of April, 2016. My theme is Things You Can See or Experience in North San Luis Obispo County. Here are links to the other posts if you missed them.
A is for Acorn
B is for Barney Schwartz Park
C is for Cattle in Wine Country
D is for Dark Star Cellars
E is for Electric Wires
F is for Family Farms