Grand Opening of the Sequoia Tasting Room

Gena’s Place next to the Sierra Inn  on the way to Kings Canyon will serve the best regional wines and craft beers paired with an brand new tasting menu.

Try a glass of Riffelhof Vineyards Pomegrante Rosé wine paired with a plate of Giant Sequoia Sautéed Shrimp and a garlic aioli.

Or how about an ice cold pint of Tioga-Sequoia General Sherman IPA and a plate of Pacific Crest Chicken Wonton Tacos served with a Teriyaki Sauce.

This new tasting room is perfect for AirBnB guests who want to taste the Sierras and for locals who are looking to try something new in the community.

Look for them at Gena’s Place, 37692 E Kings Canyon Rd, Dunlap, coming May 2019!

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