The Wine Country Inn
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We left San Francisco and drove to Sonoma Valley to start our wine tasting. It was beautiful and warm 30 degrees Celsius. We stopped at 4wineries and drank many different types of wine. One champagne that I actually liked and Ken bought a port for us to sip at night. Of course we bought other wines to share with family and friends. We had lunch at …
... and vineyard replanting program on the Markham properties. These efforts more than doubled the capacity of Markham Vineyards.
Markham’s Napa Valley properties encompass 350 acres of vineyard that are ...
... of those RARE occasions occurred, and I was WRONG. Mark the date on your calendars my friends as this occurrence happens less than a double blue moon in a month starting with Z. A COUPLE hours later, we departed this great place.
What we ended up getting was the most WONDERFUL tasting, tour, and experience of our whole trip so far. The winery doesn't JUST do a tasting, they provide an experience. It IS a family owned winery and everyone ...
After San Francisco it was time for some serious wine tasting. Having done wine tastings in Australia's Hunter Valley and Argentina's Mendoza, we were very excited to go to Napa Valley. Just 2 hours driving from San Francisco, we reserved a space at the Bothe Napa Valley camping site, right in the middle of 'vineyard paradise'.
The roads to Napa Valley were beautiful and we were happily surprised by the huge number of vineyards we ...
... out after our drive. As we couldn't check in until 3pm we headed to Hess Winery (who happens to also own Peter Lehmann in Australia) and had a cheese tasting plate with matching wines. Hess also has an incredible collection of new contemporary art. It was sensational. Only 20% was on display, so I can only imagine the collection that he has at home. Some of the pieces were extraordinary. My favourite was an old typewriter that had flames coming ...