Seven Quails Vineyards Bed & Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Paso Robles
... People pass by, all throwing a wave or a smile in my direction, which sends my elation into the stratosphere.
People down here are just so pleasant, I think to myself, and how could they not be if they get to see this whenever they want.
"Trying to get some sun?"
I look up to see two guys making their way over to me, a dog padding slowly behind them., seemingly unimpressed with I imagine to be a plethora of new smells.
SO THE WINDS DROPPED AND SAN SIMEON IS OKAY WE ARE OPPOSITE THE beach, MTEL FULL OF CYCLIST WHO DID THE SAME ROUTE AS US YESTERDAY.................... sweet little vilage up the road to wander in.................mainyl stopped here to visit hearst castle of the randolph hearst, ( granduaghter famous patty hearst etc).................and so tomorrow we are doing ...
... blend and the Petite Syrah and we bought a bottle of each.
We then drove to Falcon Nest Winery. The owner and his wife were in the tasting room and we chatted with them while Beamer sat patiently beside us. The owner is Italian, and has been in the country for 38 years and his wife is from Hawaii. It took us a while to get them to open up, but when we did, they talked freely about their family and immigrating to this country. We liked the ...
... 30 years. The land had belonged to his father, but he didn't inherit it until his mother died and was then allowed to do something with it. "Wasteful Willy", as his father called him, rather lived up to his name, but built something incomprable, certainly in the US anyway.
He was a collector of beautiful things, and after WWI bought up huge amounts of European treasures, from furniture to fireplaces, paintings to Grecan urns. If the Rockefellers ...
... to revisiting this wine after a chaotic day.
We saved one of my husband’s all-time favorite tasting rooms, Chronic Cellars, for last. We had bought a couple of bottles of their Dead Nuts Zin when we lived in San Diego. Mike enjoyed the wine so much that he had ridden his motorcycle down there shortly after we moved to Monterey. Besides the unique tasting room, their prices are fantastic and the wines are smooth, ...
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