Vineyard Country Inn
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... Sated we did the proverbial tiki tour before connecting to Sonoma. We stopped for a stroll and an ice-cream which was very pleasant. Being Easter Sunday most of both towns were closed and family's were about enjoying the day so it was very pleasant. Coming back into SF we pulled off to the vista to get a real good look at The Golden Gate. And wow what a sight. One day watching this at sunset or with a rolling fog would be ...
... 500 cases to roughly 20,000 cases over the following decade.
In 1988, the former Laurent Winery was sold to Japanese wine and spirits producer Mercian Corporation, who commenced a four-year, multi-million dollar ...
... we will do.
Later in the afternoon we went for our Massage Envy massages. Bonna had a great one and mine was 'so-so'. My masseuse in Mesa has me spoiled so I doubt I'll find someone 'on the road' as good as her---but a massage is kind of like a hamburger----there are NO bad ones, only those that are better than others.
It was coolest morning we've had since we left Santa Maria and cloudy, too. I brought out the ...
... grape nectar. The road was so packed it was hard to exit from the highway into the wineries. Bonna really wanted to check out Cakebread Winery which she found in one of her MANY 'tourist attraction' books.
As we pulled into the Cakebread parking lot, I though to myself---this is a nice little SMALL family winery and we'll be out of here in about 15 minutes and be about $30 lighter in the wallet for the tasting fee of the mini ounced tastes. ...
... barrels of wine were stored – and it absolutely smelt like wine inside. When the time is right for tasting, people (who pay a lot of money) can do barrel tasting over here! Apparently, it’s exclusive in the sense that you can’t taste the wine anywhere else (well, that’s why it’s called barrel tasting I guess). The caves were an absolutely labyrinth – 3 turns into the caves and one would be absolutely lost in the maze.
For food, ...