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TravelPod Member ReviewsHarvest Inn St. Helena
The place to stay, huge room, breakfast overlooking a vineyard and a massage!
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... vineyards. Round Pond is in Rutherford, CA (just down the road from St. Helena) so we had lunch at the Rutherford Grill. Scott and Mary had the Mediterranean sea bass - reminded us a lot of the monk fish in San Sebastian when we were in Spain. Other favorites were the deviled eggs and for one of us, the coleslaw!
We left Rutherford and headed for Mumm to try some sparkling wines. The Mumm tour involved a trip ...
... of Napa Valley's economy today.
The Beringer family sold the Beringer name and winery ...
... back yard for outdoor tastings. You can taste while enjoying the panoramic views of Mt. St. Helena and Calistoga Palisades, you can bring a picnic and enjoy playing bocce ball. This winery was recommended to us by the local fellow we met on our first afternoon here, a real gem. Their flag ship wine was made from an Italian grape Charbona I've never heard or tasted this and it's really different. A red wine, light like a pinot but not ...
... us was that we liked all six wines, which never happens! We didn’t buy any wine, but it was by far the most unique experience we’ve had for wine tasting. We’ve since learned that other wineries offer innovative tasting experiences, too.
We wanted to eat an early dinner, so we drove into St. Helena. Most of the restaurants close after lunch and the ones we found didn’t appeal to us. We found two olive oil shops ...
... best wineries in Napa" yesterday and stumbled upon a list of 5 on Yelp. I combined that with a recommendation from my friend Monika, mapped it all out last night and printed it in the hotel lobby this morning, feeling very prepared to tackle the valley. Well, lo' and behold, the first winery we went to, Jarvis, was appointment only. Ooops. We figured this might be the case with the rest of the wineries on our list, so we googled "Napa tourist ...