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Another great day in Calistoga with the Hellers. In the morning, we joined Joan and Steve at Grace Episcopal Church in St Helena for Sunday's service: Ariana and Elena experienced it as part of their Catechesis program. What a welcoming community!
Ariana took her first French test in the afternoon and we are happy we were able to send it remotely to ...
... about our great Aussie varieties. In particular we mentioned the great Mudgee vineyard and wines of 'Bunnamagoo' He now has my e-mail address, this vineyard name and some other info about various Aussie vineyards that he intends to chase up.
We were back to our hotel by 7.30 pm feeling a bit like Joni Mitchell with her 'Big Yellow Taxi'. We didn't know how good we had it back home with our vineyards and the likes of those in Mudgee! ...
... my grades, but I didn't go to college or university, and I am having the time of my life. I am travelling the world, I have savings and a small mortgage. What I would have done just to have whispered something in his ear, but I rose above it and said nothing. Now he was one stupid American!!!
Once finished here, we headed off to Sonoma which is a small town in the Napa Valley. We had a little walk around the shops, which all seems to be ...
... home about. The next winery on the tour was one of my favs, Mumm Napa. It is all about the bubbles! This was an awesome winery because not only did we get to try 8 different champagnes, but we could enjoy the glass we liked most in their art gallery, which happened to be featuring Ansel Adams. The last stop on our Napa Valley wine tour was the Folie A Deux/Menage Trois winery. We were excited about this winery because we typically buy the popular red wine in stores, ...
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Off to Napa Valley on a wine tour. We met our guide, Abe, at ...