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... tasting area. Our guide, Thomas, was a font of information, giving us a full history of the Biale family and their decision to stick to growing Zinfandel grapes instead of selling out to the more profitable Cabernet grapes.
Matthew wasn't feeling 100%, so we went back to the hotel for a little downtime before eating at Bistro Don Giovanni right up the road. The food was okay but nothing I'd recommend. Matthew was still feeling iffy, so we called it an early night.
... tea. Even Donald liked the tea!
Then we were encouraged to start eating with chopsticks. The also had regular silverware at the ready, just in case. Sue was worried about Don's participation because he can be a picky eater (just meat and potatoes), but he turned out to be the bell of the party, trying everything and easily mastering his chopsticks.
I had more trouble with mine and really ended up stabbing my food with ...
... a small town with a centre square. Lots of eating places, quaint shops. I talked to a local who had a dog walking business - she was walking a cross between a poodle and Labrador - just looked like a very tall poodle.
On the coach again for a short ride to Napa - a bigger township ...
Finding our way via BART train is a challenge. Not as easy as NY or Paris. But we get to the Omnivore Book Store -which specializes in cookbooks- to meet a favorite author.
David Lebovitz autographs his new book Paris Cooks for us. ...
... had won tons of gold medals. That server was more informative and we enjoyed the wines-getting hints on where to go in town. Then we went to a winery that looks like the Italian countryside (although how would we know?) -Ferrari-Carnano winery. That server gave us lots of info about how to taste wines. We purchased a neat oil and vinegar decanter there ...