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A mere 30 miles long and just a few miles wide, Napa Valley may be small but it is packed to the brim with delectable experiences. After long days of eating, sipping, and savoring every last drop, the place where you tuck in at night for rest and relaxation needs to check off all your must-haves.
While Sonoma County has put itself on the map as a bastion of celebrated wine, the restaurant and food scene are in a league all their own. With the farm-to-table movement having started in Northern California
A picnic is one of the oldest and simplest ways to enjoy a beautiful day. Though you need nothing more than a lunch, a loved one and a nice place to sit, the experience is easily improved with the right equipment.
West Marin chef, gardener, and teacher, Elizabeth Ann Hill, holds an ingrained bond with the California region she calls home. It’s a familiar relationship, one that has gone back multiple generations, when her family used to travel by way of ferry and horse-drawn carriage from Berkeley to West Marin’s beautiful Tomales Bay to enjoy the summer months.
Wine loving newbies and established experts flock to Napa Valley year round to taste the food and wine wares from one of the most well known and delicious wine destinations around the world.
Husband and wife duo, Jason and Helen Holman, lead the charge at Napa’s Holman Cellars along with cousin John. Their 3000 square foot winery is in an unlikely location and calls a south Napa industrial park home.
We’re entering that time of year in wine country where “crush” gets thrown around. Not a word one typically uses after they leave high school. But in the land of wine it signals the beginning of one of the best times of year.

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