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... s husband. Okay, so we had a running joke that day. Since I noted in an earlier blog that Vincent was our niece’s husband (and, thank you, Vincent, for reminding me), we kept referring to each other in terms of our relationships with others. Thus, the reference to my sister-in-law’s son-in-law, Vincent, aka Staci’s husband. It was a really fun day filled with wine, wine, wine, food, food, and food! Although the day ...
... really great white wine. Their vineyards are less hot so they can produce some really interesting juice!
Last stop of the day was to revisit Merryvale we absolutely love their wines. We had another tasting which included their Premier 2010 stunning and some other Cab blends wonderful wine.
We will walk into town tonight to enjoy a local wine bar this first visit to Napa has been a wonderful experience.
Today we finally left Chowchilla and headed north to San Francisco! But first we decided we couldn't miss the opportunity to go to Napa Valley, wine country! Janet, the mother of the family we met in Yosemite, had very kindly emailed us some recommendations of places to visit in Napa so our first stop was at V. Sattui winery which had the most amazing deli and wine shop that sold cheese, meat, sandwiches, chutneys, ...
... comes with a room with a single bed (for me to sleep in when Dustin is gone), my own bathroom (shower, bath and toilet) and another room which is my lounge (currently has the futon folded out to accomodate both Dustin and I). In this little family there is a cat (Austin Powers) who aparently will be sharing my room as often as I allow it (big smiles and happiness from me over this), a marshmallow bulldog (Vanessa) and 3 chickens (I shall avoid that area of ...
... mountain top. The views looking back at the ocean made me wish I could have born into the family. Ha! But I digress. The house was palacios and eccentric, with centuries old artwork and furniture from Europe. The tour consisted mainly of the grand rooms and the dining hall. The garden and two insanely lavish pools were on the grounds as well. Before leaving we bought 3 steaks from the "The Range" The cows here are one of the luckiest or at least lucky enough to occupy some of the ...
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