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SFO part 5: Napa Valley

Day 3 in San Francisco. We were choosing whether to go down to the Silicon Valley or Napa Valley, and since it was a Saturday (which means Apple and Google won’t be open), I chose Napa Valley. 698 more words


Wine Review: 2009 William Hill Estate Winery Bench Blend Cabernet Sauvignon

Personally, I have never been to California but my palate has traveled up and down the coast. I also have never been to Bordeaux but my palate has experienced the left and the right bank. 323 more words


Day Trip to Sonoma, California

Normally I like to do a series of “5 things to do in …” when I feature a city. And Sonoma, California definitely has enough charm for it. 553 more words


Napa Valley Arts in April

by Kristin Ranuio

What do Andy Warhol, Rembrandt, and the Calistoga Camera Club student have in common? You can see work by all of them, and much, much, more, at the fifth annual, Napa Valley Arts in April, featuring works that span artistic disciplines, mediums, genres, and decades. 671 more words


Brix Restaurant & Gardens

By John & Dorothy Salmon

We recently had a lovely dinner with our pals, Ron and Teri Kuhn, at Brix to celebrate our good fortune, our children, grandchildren and the Kuhns’ incredible Pillar Rock Cabernet. 804 more words


A Vacation In Our Backyard with Cornerstone Cellars

As I shared in a previous article, February in Dallas began with many spring like days. Though that beautifully weather did not last and winter hit Dallas hard the last two weeks of February, for a while it felt like California, mild temps during the day that fell at night, sunshine, light to no wind and a month without bugs! 921 more words


When in California .....

It just seems natural that you must visit a winery even though we come from a big wine-producing state ourselves. My aunt and uncle live in Napa and they took us to one of the grander wineries I’ve ever seen – … 263 more words