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Serving the communities of
Yorkville
Pop. 317 Elev. 945
Boonville
Pop. 700 Elev. 375

Philo
Pop. 400 Elev. 415
Navarro
Pop. 75 Elev. 200

New business in the Valley

Sign Building Lisa&Jud Wine Dennis Breakfast

The OLD Yorkville Mini Mart that closed last year has been completly rebuilt by Lisa and Jud Hale into the new YORKVILLE MARKET with lots of new stuff and things. The full commerical kitchen will soon be serving breakfast and lunch. In addition to the normal milk, eggs, soft drinks and beer cooler they are also selling local olive oil and local wine. At a grand opening breakfast on January 25 locals from far and wide came to check the place out with Dennis Walsh staffing the kitchen stove. The market is located at mile marker 41.29 on highway 128 in "downtown" Yorkville. It is the first place (or the last place, depending on which way you are going) to have a cup of coffee or a beer in the Anderson Valley. Lisa opens at 6am Monday through Friday and 8:30 on Saturday and Sunday. Jud is also the wine maker at the new Hale winery on Hulbert Road. The winery uses the grapes from the Walsh Vineyard, on Hulbert Road. The Yorkville Market will also have a wine tasting bar featuring wines from the Hale Winery.

 

Where is Anderson Valley?

Anderson Valley is located between mile marker 9 and mile marker 50 on highway 128 in Northern California. Boonville is the center of the valley in activity and population and is about two and a half hours north of San Francisco and about thirty minutes from the Pacific Coast. Highway 128 is a twisty two laner that runs between Cloverdale and coastal highway 1. It is heavly traveled on the week-ends by tourist from the San Francisco Bay Area headed to and from Mendocino Village and Fort Bragg on the Mendocino Coast. The valley is sparsely populated on mostly large parcels with most people living in the hills and not in the communities listed above. You can also visit Boonville by flying into the Boonville Airport which is a 10 minute walk to downtown.

What do we do

Back in the day this was a redwood logging community with plenty of timber cutting and saw mills but times change and there is only one small sawmill left in the valley. The cows and sheep are also mostly gone and the land now supports vineyards. We grow, press and ferment grapes that make wines equal and sometimes better than any in the world. Our wineries are loaded with gold metal awards and ribbons and serve these great wines in 30 + tasting rooms every day. We also brew world class micro brews at the Boonville Brewery. These beers are popular throughout the west but can also be found in many areas around the country. We host the Boonville Beer Festival that brings in 40+ brewies from all good beer drinking regions. We also grow and enjoy our share of great "medical" marijuiana. There are plenty of wild pig, turkeys and deer to hunt which provides good sport and eating. We also have several apple orchards and great artist of all kinds. Soon we will have our own cheese factory. You can find more details on these and other subjects by checking on the links above or below.

About this site

This site has been developed by a private individual with no financial interest. This is a community page and thanks to those who have made comments, suggestions and provided information. If you are a business, club, organization, group, or individual, or none of the above, that has information to share, please contact Me

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To explore other places in Mendocino County I suggest taking a look at these sites:
101 Things to do in Mendocino County , Go Mendo.com , Fort Bragg.com , City of Ukiah.com ,

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