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You want to attend the 4th Annual Tehama Trail Passport Weekend – an agricultural tour across Tehama County – but you don’t feel like driving. Whether you’re single, a couple or a family of four, the guided tour is the perfect option for you. The Tehama Trail shuttle service departs at 10 am Saturday and Sunday from the Tehama Country Visitor Center located in Red Bluff, and returns at 5 pm.
Your tour guide will fill you in on local agricultural history while you kick back and enjoy sweeping views of vineyards, olive groves, walnut orchards, oak woodlands and wide-open spaces. Along the route you’ll have a chance to meet the farmers who grow your food, browse art and other hand-crafted items, and you’ll sample fresh veggies, juicy fruits, a variety of nuts, artisan olive oils and vinegars, grass-fed meats and fine wines.
Here’s a look at the Passport Weekend itinerary:
Saturday Shuttle Route
Julia’s Fruit Stand
Burlison’s Fruit Stand
Bianchi Orchards Walnuts & Wine
Country Haven at the Red Barn
New Clairvaux Vineyard
Lucero Olive Oil
Sunday Shuttle Route
Tehama Oaks Vineyard & Winery
Enjoy the Store
Indian Peak Vineyards
Mt. Tehama Winery
Cedar Crest Vineyards
Shasta Daisy Vineyards
The 4th Annual Passport Weekend is June 7 and 8 from 10 am to 5 pm. All tickets include free sampling at each location and a trendy tote bag. Guided tour tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis for $60 each.
To purchase your two-day guided shuttle service Passport Ticket,call Kari Dodd at (530) 527-7882, then join Tehama Trail farmers the first weekend of June for good food, fine wine and tons of fun at the 4th Annual Tehama Trail Passport Weekend.
Tehama Trail is a partnership between farmers that brings awareness to the abundance of good food right here in our community. Passport Weekend is an experiential fundraising event that promotes local farms and fresh food, and helps keep farmers on their land for generations to come. For more information, or to schedule an interview with Katie Bianchi, please call (530) 680-1714, or email Katie at email@example.com.
-from press release