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... there were 8 wines to wet ones lips.
Markham Vineyards was founded by Jean Laurent, an immigrant from the Bordeaux region of France, who arrived in California in 1852 as part of the population influx that resulted from ...
... see this in the few pics Wenzo took. Tomorrow we test the wine to see how the quality compares. If I can still operate a keyboard afterward I'll report.
Talk about the sublime to the ridiculous. After the Motor Inn last night we're encamped tonight in an old mansion with hot ...
... trees across from us to walk Aragon. It’s hot and humid and he doesn’t last long on his walks.
Harlan already mentioned the slideout problems. Wow,it was scary…when I heard the "crack" I just knew the motorhome or slideout had cracked. Thank goodness we found the problem and hope he was able to fix it, so we can continue on our trip. The test will be when we leave here. Neither of us wanted to test fate and bring it in.
We did thise house exchange in 2012. We hadnīt really expected to do one in that year, we were pretty busy and had been travelling a lot....then we got this offer, and couldnīt resist. The house was lovely-him an architect, her an interior designer, so the photos made it look great. But it had itīs own vineyard, and thatīs what really hooked us....and the location, with a country club nearby, near to the town of Napa, within easy driving of the whole of the wine ...
... started being recognised. So we visited a few wineries and tasted wine in some of them (including a $100 bottle of Cabernet). The region is beautiful and the wineries very well maintained, but many looked a little bit over the top. One was using a cable car to take the visitors up to their tasting room, another was built as a castle and many tasting rooms and buildings looking more extravagant one from another (see photos). We also went to the Winery Chateau Monte Elena who won ...