The Piper Street Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... chatting to a lovely chap called Gary, who invited us out into Healdsburg town for a bite to eat that evening – we had a fantastic French-Italian meal of roast chicken casserole (Dan) and truffle & garlic pasta (Zoe), enjoying the company of Gary and Laurie, his wife. Look out for them when they come to London this summer! On Sunday, after a decent portion ...
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... said he can now test solely on taste of the grapes. Once the grapes are ripe they get put in the Stemer and crusher to create must. He then Adds yeast (some use natural yeast) and lets fermentation take place for 1-2 weeks. The co2 makes buffer between must and air. He Punches down the juice 2-3 times a day to get color of skins into juice. Once sugar is eaten by the yeast it's ready to be pressed. He Presses the skins away in a wine press and puts ...
... for his customary week in the family's Paris apartment in October. I will be flying into London and catching the train from St Pancras into Paris on October 2 and return the following Monday/Tuesday.
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