Healdsburg Country Gardens
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... these vineyards and ones I see back in southern Ontario have to do with the drought. It is very strange to see rows and rows of barren or brown leafed grape vines. The rain just will not come it seems. And all of this with the back drop of the salt water Pacific ocean right there.
Our first night in Healdsburg there was a wind storm that blew down numerous trees and the like and the city lost power for three or four hours. We ...
... what they do; the tasting room and their house is covered in trailing white roses and overlooks their gnarly 50-60 year old Zinfandel vines. The tastings are accompanied by meatballs in a Zin sauce and as I don't do meatballs I got some citrus flavoured olives – delicious. Best of all the wines were absolutely outstanding. All of you winey types really need to go visit this place. Seriously.
Lastly we called in at Unti, whose wine we had had with ...
... least it was not deadly hot! I did get Dave to stop briefly at the Madonna Inn in SLO. He had never heard of it, so a quick walk thru was in order. HILARIOUS!!!
I am back in Lake Forest now, and sadly, I may not get back up to Monte Rio until after the school year begins because I am scheduled for Jury Duty. ACK!!!! If I don’t get picked tho, I will head back to my little piece of paradise for a week.
Ciao for now,
We had an early rise to head north. We drove over the golden gate bridge and headed into wine country! The first stop was a tasting at siduri. What an amazing Pinot!! This was a very different tasting. They had it in their bottling and storage facility in the city of Santa rosa. We saw the tanks and barrels and they explained the process they grow, harvest and ferment the wine. They have a very ...
... one, made a few turns, found lots of 'road end' and 'no through road' signs, went up a hill and back down that hill, followed a road.... you get the point.., it was a beautiful drive, but a bit too long and either Napa Town does not exist or we just didn't recognize it. Hours later we found our way back to the freeway, drove over to Santa Rosa in the Somoa Valley and ended up staying at another awful but cheap Motel 6