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... land for vineyards; they have to have a dense wooded border to prevent pesticides from other wineries from contaminating their crops. They bring in lady birds and other good bugs to control the black aphids and other bad bugs. They build bird homes to attract owls and other birds of pray to control the moles and various digging animals. They have chickens for the eggs from which they use the egg whites to filter the wine (other places ...
3 hours driving 138 miles.
As part of our money saving/healthy eating efforts we stopped and made some sandwiches in the Napa vineyards..see photo.
Once arriving at the Mountain Home Ranch (about 4 miles into the hills from Calistoga) we hit the hiking trail, found the sulphur springs and followed the canyon for about an hour each way.
Great dinner at Bosko in Calistoga.
... if you are in Napa you must make this a stop for sure. It would appear in our wine journey that the longer, windier, more remote the location the better the vineyard and experience. This wine is delicious a real must have. We were met by the owners daughter who is taking over with her brother, it is a family operated estate. She explained the family story and took time out of her really busy day to talk with us, they are currently trying to get ...
... least for the time being, so bring on the new wineries. So little time, so MUCH wine.
Harlan's feeling better, so we decided a visit to a winery was in order since Judy and Pete haven’t had a wine tasting experience yet. Castello di Amorosa was suggested by two gentlemen we visited with at dinner at the Elks. This winery has sweeter wines for tasting, which we were looking for because Mowry’s enjoy that type of wine.
When we were at Russian River, we didn't really get to experience a winery. Instead of going to San Francisco, I suggested we drive to Napa Valley.
We stopped at Vallejo for breakfast at Good Day Cafe, and then headed to the wineries. Stephen had never been to Napa, so I suggested the most famous one: Robert Mondavi.
The last time I was at Mondavi, the tour ...