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Travel Blogs from St. Helena
We were up before dawn with the alarm set for 4.30am! Cruel. We had to roll the kids out of bed, they weren't particularly happy about it but soon we were heading down to Domaine Chandon in Yountville to climb aboard a balloon for a dawn ride over the valley. We gathered in the cool darkness as the sun started to peek over the horizon. of the dawn …
Benjamin and I woke up quite early. So we decided to go on a bear hunt while Jo and Sam slept in. We headed off on the paths close to Curry Village camp. We thought we had a chance, the bears are inquisitive and hungry and so are sometimes sighted near to camps. Several people in the camp had reported sightings close by. Alas no joy, but a lovely …
... Glad that I was not driving.
Plus my cork collection increased as well.
Founded in 1875, Beringer ...
... of Napa to St. Helena. We left about 2:30 and knew that we wouldn’t get to more than a couple of places given the time. First of all the signs are TINY, so it’s a challenge to find the ones you’re looking for without having to turn around and backtrack, which we had to do… Our first, and only, visit was to the Cakebread Cellars. The owner, Jack Cakebread, is a renowned photographer who worked with Ansel Adams. His wife, ...
... and Napa Valley wasn't as commericalized. Now they charge $15-$25 for a tour, and its all computerized and fancy.
We just made the 2:00 tour, and it was not as detailed as it was 20 years ago, but still interesting. Plenty of tastings, and even a risotto snack to go with the wine. At the end they, of course, deposit you in the gift shop. I wouldn't say its worth $25, ...
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