Calistoga Ranch, An Auberge Resort
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... trip. We then started back to San Francisco early afternoon and kept on driving down the coast to Monterey. About 3 hours from San Fran. Stopped off on the way to buy some fresh organic strawberries and try some hot apple and strawberry cider, very yummy. Glen had a strawberry shortcake which comprised of a 3inch shortcake, topped with strawberries and yummy whipped cream. Mmm mmmmmm! When we arrived in Monterey we went to a ...
... acidic but interesting. It would pair nicely with a tomato salad, pizza or a red sauce meal.
Then off to Robert Kennon, Spring Mountain Rd. in St. Helena...this is a bit of drive but well worth the journey, very windy steep road approximately 15 min from town. This is a family owned and operated winery making some really nice wine.
Last tasting of the day was perfect, Merryvale family owned and operated estate winery. They ...
... taking winery. Situated just across from Artesa, we realized we'd seen it already from Artesa. This one had another marvelous patio overlooking the vineyard and the valley below. We perused the gift shop and we stumbled upon a book of the most notable wineries in Napa. We leafed through it to see if we'd picked well today, and were delighted to find two of the wineries we'd visited in that book. But there was also another winery that may have well ...
... and North Star resort is a really nice place to stay. Hope to go back again. Brian is way into the down hill now so I'm sure we'll make it back. This summer was good to both Brian and I. We would like to thank our family and friends for being so supportive in a time when we really needed it. When life throws you a curve ball, hit it out of the park. Or better yet in the words of my wise sister "oh whatever Terri, suck it up!" Thanks again and much love. Let's go ...
... my preferred label to Wine Snob). I decided January would be the best time to venture to a wine destination that received 5 million annual visitors. In order to further avoid crowds, Mike and I booked a room in Calistoga, Napa County’s northern most town.
Perhaps a dangerous discovery but it was just about two and a half hours from our house to the city, of Napa. We grabbed some sandwiches at a local deli and headed ...