Maison Fleurie - A Four Sisters Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... any. After 30 minutes here we moved on to the Madonna Estate at Los Carneros, Napa Valley. We had more C******nay and Pinot Noir, but Michael, our Italian-born guide was a lot more pushy. - and deaf - and spoke exceptionally slowly - and repeated several words for effect. (He kept on going on about "Mother, Mother, Mother, Mother Nature, Nature.", which I found a little tedious.). He was giving us lessons on how to remove and replace corks and how to check the condition of ...
... I think either Mumm or Cliff Lede were the best ones. By the end of the tour we were quite intoxicated and I think tomorrow we will be just visiting sights :) We had a booking for a really good italian but since we were still full from lunch we could not really eat that much there. A shame, but we need to watch our eating amounts more here it seems. All in all a nice day, pictures probably speak more than ...
... as well. We had awesome dinners at Bottega, Cindy Pawlcyn's Wood Grill, and Solbar.
On a side note, we need to start drinking better wine. At home, Patti and I bought mixed cases of Trader Joes wine and thought we were pretty fancy guzzling it down because we bought the $5 bottle instead of the $3. This sounds snobby but we now definitely have more "educated wine pallets" The wine here is incredible... especially the C******nay (maybe I'm just saying that because ...
... shop with the best wineries in the area and started our little trip. The first winery was Sterling vineyard and was pretty huge and well set up. Going up the mountain with a gondola, our first wine was waiting for us at the top. The landscape around Napa Valley is beautiful and enjoying the views accompanied by a nice wine made it even better. To our surprise the glasses of wine you get are pretty big and there's limited possibilities ...
... I was just too impatient. But by the time my patience had really run thin, I had been in and out of the camper van a few times with various food. Bread, Ham. Marsh mellows...
Turns out raccoons like marsh mellows. It also turns out to be funny to watch them eat them. Stuffing the whole marsh mellow into their tiny little mouths! After they ate all the food we left out, we chilled out in the van for a while. Where I am now. Writing. Goodnight. (Night raccoons).