1801 First Luxury Inn
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- Free parking
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After a leisurely breakfast at the sour dough bakery at Fishermans wharf we headed up to the Napa valley. Spent a lovely day meandering around stopping for tastings , best wine of the day a silver oak cab sav from Alexander valley , best tasting spot , Duckhorn out in the garden. Had lunch in Calistoga and our last tasting met up with ...
... br> Another San Francisco day brought us together with Francine and Scott and their friends for lunch at the Italian II Fioro. We wandered a few streets until the hills intruded and ultimately we climbed up to Coit Tower rising from a hilltop and were relieved to ...
Went with Meagan to town of Sonoma. Toured Sebastiani winery. Part of the reason that Italian wine is so expensive is that a barrel made from Italian oak is $1200-$1600 before the wine is even added. And each barrel is only used to "cure" wine twice. An interesting feature of this winery was that an artist had worked there in his retirement and created many wooden sculptures which were placed on the vats, doors, etc. Joined their wine ...
... great service and excellent food.
We also went to visit the French Laundry organic vegetable garden. They have 8 gardeners taking care of the vegetables there. This garden is of a much smaller scale than the one at Manoir. But here they use their own produce and try to design the menu around it. They even raised chicken there and also micro vegetables.
... Ok, truly on the way to Napa and our long weekend with Michelle & Nick, our old banking buddies!
The landscape is so dry in between rows of green, green vines. Some vineyards tie silver paper to their vines, probably to scare birds away we assume, but the result is pretty shimmering vineyards lining the road. Jeff made bad jokes about this being how they make sparkling wine (*groan*)! For all the dryness it's pretty ...