Langtry Estate Vineyards

Along Highway 101

This winery has a stunning location on a hilltop overlooking the lake with picnic tables available for anyone who wants to pack a lunch. Visitors can opt for a wine tasting of six wines, a tasting plus tour, or a tour that includes a wine tasting and lunch. The late actress Lillie Langtry owned the vineyard and house from 1888 until 1906.

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