While Napa Valley deserves to be mentioned on any short list of the country’s top wine destinations, there are several other destinations nationwide that are worthy of merit.
If making a trip out to Napa does not fit within your budget or timeframe, or if you just want to experience a fine local wine lickity split, there are many favored places to try here in the Bay Area.
They hope is that all wineries and vineyards will gain certification in the next five years.
Just a little over an hour outside the Bay Area, you’ll discover the charming, rural and historic town of Winters.
Touring the best vintage from Napa Valley, the heart and soul of California wine country, doesn’t have to cost fortune. Expert George M. Taber shares his top tips.
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.
Four Sonoma County wineries were caught serving alcohol to minors in a decoy sting that focused on tasting rooms over the weekend.
KCBS Food and Wine Editor Narsai David says it’s the most amazing event that brings together some of the world’s most incredible music and presents them in the setting of the Napa Valley and it happens July 15-24, 2011.
Daytrips don’t always have to involve beaches, redwoods, or San Francisco neighborhoods. Daytrips can also be, to Livermore! Livermore? It’s 100 percent the city that has it all – an historic downtown, tasty dining options […]
KCBS Food and Wine Editor Narsai David reviews wines from Mendocino and Sonoma Counties.