Wine Way Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWine Way Inn Calistoga
First one to stay in and it is quite quant but nice. Very friendly host and the place is close to the Main Street.
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No driving today.
Headed to the bike shop at 11.30am to pick up the tandem bike. Road the back lanes and small roads weaving through the grape vines.
Visited 4 vineyards, had lunch at a taco truck and returned back to the ranch in a good mood....
Walked down to the lake and jumped on some paddle boats and managed to not fall in.
Drank the bottle of wine we bought at the vineyard and went to bed early.
... has written in GREAT detail about the castle, you can tell he loved it. He thought it would be cool to live in it, but we all said while it’s cool now, it will still be cool in the winter. Why do you think there are so many fireplaces? We paid for a self-guided tour of the castle that included the upper terrace and south tower, the great room, courtyard, chapel, and fermentation rooms with five tastings. The tasting rooms had no windows, giving them ...
... Supercharged; 28 pistons; 56 spark plugs. Who knows WHAT these guys at the shop will do with the bad-boy (shop was closed or I would have asked).
We checked out the Elks campground again and then went in search of dinner. Neither of us was especially hungry and the choice was Panera Bread, Chipotles, or Habit Burgers. You're already thinking, I know they chose the burger joint, but ...
... stunning, the wines were in the main, delicious and we had a great day. We also learned loads about this industry, how the processes work, their markets etc. Mainly we tasted various Cabernets; this is the time when the Cabernet grape is harvested for another year’s vintage. After dinner that evening, we had to say "Bye" to Tammy and Graeme again as their flight was early the next morning. Thanks to them we had enjoyed ...
... most point of Napa Valley) along the Silverado Trail. The drive was really lovely and took you through all the vineyards. We reached Calistoga and took a stroll along the main street, deciding on lunch at the Inn.The setting was beautiful, and had we not have had the car there we could've sat all afternoon in the 85F sunshine sipping wine.
We drove back down to Napa on Highway 29. This road takes you through the actual towns ...