Pearlessence Vineyard Inn
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... a good friend put me in a better mood, though.
My main goal for the day was to get to the ocean, which was less than ten miles away. There’s a great state park that comprises a large portion of the shoreline in Sonoma County. All the stress melted away when I saw the coast. The beaches match the stereotype for the Pacific Coast: cliffs, rocks, and huge waves. The sand was dark gray – nearly ...
... When we got there, we saw why. The entrance was simply grandiose, with two water features leading up to the winery itself, which seemed like it was carved into the hill. The inside of Artesa was super modern and spacious - it almost reminded me of a modern version of the Getty Villa, with its Greek-like white columns framing a square pond in the courtyard in the middle of the building.
Our final stop was Domaine Carneros, which was ...
... you for stopping to smell the (ahem) hemp plants.
On one such trip we ended up with a "stowaway". Its a long story, but, our youngest- Tashi, ended up with us on a trip to see Paul et al. He was living in an old farm house in amongst the redwoods where gangs of vicious wild turkeys terrorized the stoned locals and kept them on their sandals, er, toes.
One night Paul suggested we go to the Ace for a beer. We reminded him that we had a (then) 12 year old with ...
... place. And are we glad we did. JJ and his band were great. JJ was brilliant again, and the guitarist was amazing too. Sarah had a little sing, like JJ wanted her too as well. Even though JJ's band knew nothing Sarah knew. Eventually she just sang Natural Woman, acapella. Everyone really enjoyed it. By this point we had already met some really cool guys, whose names have escaped me. We argued about the UK and America. Which was the best. Which had the stupidest sports. We even ...
... views of the vines and rolling hills in the distance. We were given our first tasting and then began a walking tour around the vats. 2 more tastings and we were out on the balcony enjoying another amazing view. 2 final tastings plus an extra one because the man liked us and we were off to the next stop. Feeling a little tipsy as the tastings here are more like a good 1/2 glass (as you have to pay) it was time for some food! We went and found the Market Restaurant ...