Petit Logis Inn
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... any more in my new highly relaxed state) was to take a tour to Monterey and Carmel. It's one of the most scenic routes in California, down Highway 1's rugged coast, part of which is along the '17-Mile Drive' which affords one amazing view after another. However, the small print says that when there's a Pro-golf tournament, the tour detours around the '17-Mile Drive'. It appears the golfers are taking priority this week during the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am Tournament. ...
... lunch at 2nd. Tasting lovely wines with prices between $40 and $150 per bottle and very picturesque surroundings. Then back to hotel for final tasting ( matching with chocolate) which was somewhat anti climatic but overall a great trip with nice group. Girls are in room watching DVD and seem to have got on ok with nanny having ...
... a perfect first stop. We ate lunch at Ca 'Momi an Italian cafe their wine and food were very good. We chatted with a couple of local's who were very friendly, they gave us some recommendations of places to see.
We drove into town and walked around to get a feel for the place lots of wine stores and restaurants and a Safeway for breakfast supplies. Lazed around the pool it was ...
Big 40 started with a heavy breakfast (these americans sure know how to make good food) and then heading out to vineyards with a personal tour. The weather was perfect and we visited 5 vineyards total. Anne also made friends with three crazy american girls (Randi is now her best friend :) who bought me a nice drink too! We visited Mumm Napa (sparkling wines!), Frog's leap, Trefethen, Cliff Lede and finished with ...
... case... but they do make a damn good C******nay and Merlot. At the end of our 10am wine tasting here we stopped and had a nice picnic overlooking their mountain vineyards (see pics).
We randomly stopped at a place called Freemark Abbey in between two of our scheduled tastings , met a nice retired elementary school teacher turned wine pourer and were promptly given large tastings of every kind of wine they have in the whole bar (like 7-8 different kinds!?). ...