The Carneros Inn
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Finding our way via BART train is a challenge. Not as easy as NY or Paris. But we get to the Omnivore Book Store -which specializes in cookbooks- to meet a favorite author.
David Lebovitz autographs his new book Paris Cooks for us. ...
... us on an Ipad, which seems to be the norm at Napa (same as in Auberge du Soleil). We started with an amuse bouche of Gruyere puff and salmon cornetto which set the standard for the rest of the evening - very high standard and creative cuisine but always maintaining the flavour of the produce. Very well balanced and never gimmicky. Service was well paced between courses and our service staff was very at ease and knowledgeble. And at the end ...
... for another night.
We just returned from trip to the winery. It was another windy day which is unusual for here. We had a lovely day which was a great way to spend our anniversary. We are settled in for another night. Tomorrow we are off to visit David's brother and his family outside of Sacramento.
Bye for now
... we could purchase some of their Profile wine so we will be coming to Napa yearly to pick up our case of wine which is really not a hardship :-) Their C******nay was well balanced and wonderful, their Merlot was a great price and again really well balanced, this will be added to our collection of great house wine, we will be going back to buy more before we leave Napa I'm sure.
We walked into town for dinner, enjoyed a meal at Oenotri I ...
... Gate Bridge. As usual when stuck in traffic someone needs to "go" and poor JG was getting rather desperate to pee the poor girl. Then huge queue at ladies loos when we finally found one at the visitors centre (curse you 80 person tour bus!)
Finally over the Golden Gate Bridge in the foggggg. My love affair with fog has not abated and the San Fran sea fog with all it's weird middle of the day drifting in and out still fascinates ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Carneros Inn Napa
What a shame we only had 2 days here. Could have spent much longer!
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.