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Travel Blogs from Napa
... solstice bonfires and host new age “back to nature” spiritual events. It all adds to the mystique.
Almost nightly, I soak in the hot tub as the stars come out overhead. The air is chilled, the water warm, the night is so quiet. Sometimes, if ...
We are on our second full day of sunshine in Napa. It is warm and sunny with no hint of rain. Bad for California (no rain) but good for us (no rain).
We went to a really great lunch with our friends yesterday and then to two wineries for tasting. St Supery was yummy and quite expensive. Gary and I got a wire crossed and came away with a bottle that cost way more than I ...
... five different dishes. All amazing. The wine pairing was excellent.
Drove to Calistoga which is the northernmost town in Napa Valley and walked around. Very interesting but more low-key than its tony neighbour St Helena and Yountville.
Beautiful scenery with trees and vineyards changing colours.
... were almost in Tuscany. Nice (slightly) oaked C******nay. We could see the workers bringing in the grapes. Next stop was Black Stallion, an impressive winery with a large statue of a prancing horse at its entrance. I went to try three different Zinfandels, all pretty powerful, but the Mont Rosso won it. A nice touch here was an educational strip of vines, so we could compare ...
... big cabs. Note about their Sauv Blanc the grapes are brought in from a cooler part of Napa, I wasn't crazy about this wine very acidic. Their C******nay whoever was very good, they don't use malolactic fermentation techniques when making this so it is softer and free from the buttery flavor of some C******nay. Their best reds in my opinion were the blends their Right Bank and Eloge wines were the best. They sell alot to their wine club members ...
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