Napa Valley Hotel & Suites
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... goes on and on until you have olive oil.
Plenty of oil tasting inside, the wine tasting bar, all young ones breasting the bar, so didn't go near that. Walked out into the orchard/vineyard; picked grapes and mulberries, so yummy fresh off the vines & tree.
Lunch stop was ...
... been followers of his Paris Blog ever since I discovered his recipe for brownies with dulce de leche and his recommendation for the Marche D'aligre. David is from San Francisco but he has lived in Paris for the past ten years. It is exciting to meet him in person. ...
... redwood trees of Marin County.
After a delicious lunch in Mill Valley we headed off to Tiburon down the coast, however, we missed a left turn and had to backtrack which meant it was a heads down cycle all the way.
Alas, we missed the ferry back to SF and as it was a 2 hour wait for the next one we had to turn back to Sausalito.
Back in Sausalito we joined a huge queue for the ferry only to ...
... spent on wine.
We then continued on to Raymond Winery where our friend Mark is a member. Being a member is good as tastings are complimentary then. Very unusual winery owned by a rather eccentric man who believes he is the James Bond of the wine world.
Today we will go to Ravenswood and Simi for wine tasting. Tomorrow we head off for Windsor to visit my long ...
... great service and excellent food.
We also went to visit the French Laundry organic vegetable garden. They have 8 gardeners taking care of the vegetables there. This garden is of a much smaller scale than the one at Manoir. But here they use their own produce and try to design the menu around it. They even raised chicken there and also micro vegetables.