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24th June, Tuesday The napa valley is beautiful with all the green vineyards hugging the rolling hills. For lunch we were all keen to try some wine tasting so we headed down to the Main Street of Napa and tried endless tastings for $10. Allana, Steph and I were tipsy by the end of it all giggling our heads off. Trying different blends was a good way to see what wine we enjoyed! In the spirt of wine country we headed to the supermarket to buy cheese, bread, ...
... wanted. What the pony was doing in the lobby of the winery, we had absolutely no clue.
Then, we were handed a random free glass of champagne and headed upstairs. The guy at the front desk changed his mannerisms and was suddenly very friendly, telling us how the chef was gone but they had one cheese board left and that we were lucky that we could get it. Uh, okay, sure.
Upstairs, the wine bar was completely empty. Except for one small group in the corner, ...
... anyone who comes to San Francisco. We also saw Lombard Street, the steepest road in the states or something, so it wound side to side all the way down. Other than that we chilled by the bay and spent some more time over in Berkeley.
Now I have a cold, finally sucumbing to what everyone else around here has had, but today we had a relaxed day in the sun, hot tub etc,
Looking forward to Christmas day entertainment! ...
... and the winery is close by. So, we did a tasting there. We found that we really enjoyed their wines. Dick also enjoyed the motorcycles that were displayed there, so photos accompany this blog. (BTW-Talbott is known originally for the Talbott ties! The company is based here in the peninsula!)
And, then, of course, the event to cap the weekend was the Monterey Jazz Festival. The Monterey Jazz Festival is the longest ...
Very late start today. Enjoying relaxing a bit more in our little house before the mad sprint of the coast drive and frenetic LA.
Headed straight to V. Sattui winery for lunch. Still great food but the selection seems so small now after visiting Dean & Delucca yesterday. Lunch was still fresh and yummy and bursting with flavour. Shame their wines are not that great. I'm glad we had ...