Napa Valley is famous for its wine selections, but there are plenty of other options for the wine connoisseur that are often overlooked for the country’s heart of wine country.
Make plans to enjoy a quiet, relaxing wine tasting vacation. During this vacation you will be able to see amazing regions that are best known for their wine making skills and beautiful landscapes.
Brian and Thuy highlight what may seem to be a surprising pick for a day trip. Features include a booming wine tasting region and a trip to the first A&W Root Beer store in the country.
Put these five great East Bay dog-friendly drinking places on your dog-walking map.
Brian and Thuy explore the hidden and under recognized South Bay wine region. The duo road-trip their way to historical wineries and meet Olympic Gold medalist Peggy Fleming at her Los Gatos tasting room.
A splendid celebration of one of the more versatile varieties of NorCal’s spectacular grapes, this three day Zinfandel love affair has a little something for every wine enthusiast.
With the throes of winter behind us and summer just around the corner, March is a great time to hit up white wine country for a crisp, clean vintages of your favorite whites.
The fall and winter is a quiet time in wine country which makes it a very good time for a visit. Cooler weather transforms the valley from exuberant summer splendor to a moodier hue.
Want to go wine tasting, but you’re not sure if your drinking buddy can come along? Believe it or not, you CAN sip Pinot with your pooch. Here’s our Guide to the wine country’s most dog-friendly vineyards.
Tasting wines in Sonoma County is a fantastic way to spend a weekend, but at some point you will need to eat. Fortunately, this world-famous drinking destination offers many wonderful eateries as well.