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[UPDATE: This story was originally published on May 8, 2012]
Sure, there's a whole lot of pretty happening in wine country, but we'd have to say that one of the most inspiring spots we've laid eyes on is Sonoma's relative newcomer, Scribe winery. What cultish Four Barrel is to the local coffee scene, that's pretty much what Scribe has become to the wine world in just three short years. It's a place where young folks flock for a country-cool adventure, complete with rope swings overlooking palm trees and vines, chic dinner parties catered by some of the Bay's finest, a 100-year-old hacienda to explore, and a host of stylish staffers to make every amateur oenophile feel at home.
For a virtual tour of the dreamy property, we tapped three of Scribe's PYTs who help run the digs. And trust: They're all as fashionable as they are talented. Take a look, and schedule your next road trip accordingly.
Photography by Molly DeCoudreaux
Photographed by Molly DeCoudreaux
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