The Cooperage Inn
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In wine country so thought it would be rude not to visit a few before we left went to a magnificent place called Kendall Jackson in the morning, where we got to taste some fantastic wines and had an amazing laugh with the server who started tasting with us !!!! He then recommended we went to a place called paradise which ...
Practically everyone that I spoke with about San Francisco recommended checking out the sweet little town of Sausalito on the other end of the Golden Gate Bridge. My brother and his wife opted for the option of biking across the bridge and down to Sausalito when they visited. Matt and I (a bit lazier) decided to just take the ferry there and back. ...
... wine country scenery. We then decided to go up to Santa Rosa and over to spend some time in Sonoma. Excellent choice (once again B came through with the 'tourist guides').
We parked in the middle of Sonoma at the fantastic park of old Sonoma--this area is now a state park. It was rather warm outside but was good for walking around the many interesting buildings. The town reminded us somewhat of either Taos NM and their 'middle of ...
... was very hot in the valley so being up stairs made it very hot. We had some air conditioning but not enough to cool things down. The manager didn't live on sight so we were left to fend for ourselves along with 6 other couples. However to be fair the owner did leave some wine and sherry to help ourselves to and his wife is a chef so our breakfast was amazing. We were also infested with bugs and between ...
... make church wine. The current owner took over from his father in 2000 and switched the production to exclusive wines produced only by the vineyard, instead of a more generic Californian wine. The regions here work pretty much like the appellations in France, with wine labelled from one of the designated wine producing regions and estate-defined requiring 95% of the grapes to e from that winery and region. We tasted a C******nay, Pinot Noir, ...