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Recreation in Plymouth is straightforward — and it’s all sippable. Amador County’s wineries stretch across two American Viticultural Areas, Fiddletown AVA and the California Shenandoah Valley, where some two dozen wineries are nestled in the sun-kissed hills just outside Plymouth. Luckily for visitors, though, there are also several tasting opportunities that require no driving at all. They’re all within walking distance from your downtown hotel — more on that in a sec. Start your adventure at Amador 360, a few streets over from Main. It’s a tasting room for local boutique wineries without rooms of their own. Here, an expert serves wine flights with a promise to waive the tasting fee when a bottle is purchased. It’s a great way to familiarize yourself with the popular varietals of the Amador Valley, including the coveted old-vine zinfandels and earthy barberas. Staff can also point you in the direction of other tasting rooms to visit, based on personal preferences.

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