The Sunburst Calistoga
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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... people like Hilary Clinton framed on the walls. Needless to say we didn't taste, but did enjoy the beautiful gardens, and there was a cache near the gate.
Off then to another beautiful winery - a Gabby suggestion. Beringer Wineries has a long history in the Napa valley and is one of the pioneer labels in making Napa a premier wine destination. The gardens had everything from immaculate flower beds to groves of redwoods, and there were a number ...
... on, but that wasn't the case at all. There was no separation it seemed between the different growers. With the exception of the signs posted near the road you would have no idea where one started and another stopped. Each vineyard has it's own compound with shops, tastings rooms, cheeses and chocolates, courtyards or patios for a picnic and winery tours. Some winery's were pretty basic and others were just off the charts awesome! We figured out right away that we ...
The Napa valley... The land of the rich wine lovers. I wouldn't say that Barney and I are wine conisours, especially not driving around in our minivan. So driving into one of the largest and most prestigious vineyards in California was strangely daunting. Beringer brothers winery was first established in 1876 and creates some of the most delicious wines in the Napa valley and once we got over ...
... we had a super long drive the next day. We caught a taxi and gave him 3 different destinations as we kept changing our mind, in the end we went back to hotel. Decided we needed a wakeup call so we got one sorted for 7.30am and packed our bags for a easy check out.
We had discovered the day before that the drive from Las Vegas to Napa was a 9-10 hour drive. We did not see that coming, seems the somehow in the organising accomodation this leg of the ...
... of being underground.
Their wines can only be purchased at the winery. They don’t sell at retail stores or out of state unless you’re a member of the wine club. Because of that we thought they’d be expensive, but the wines were priced from $21-35, lower than most that we’ve visited. The newest reserve wines were much higher priced. We enjoyed all of the wines. Maybe that speaks to our lack of sophistication for ...
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