I can answer questions about California wineries and recommend lodging and restaurants for wine regions throughout California. I live in Northern California close to wineries in the Sierra Foothills, Lodi, Livermore, and Napa.
I spend much of my free time enjoying and tasting wine. I am not a wine expert....just someone who enjoys drinking a glass of good wine. My husband and I have traveled throughout California sampling wine and exploring the different wine regions of California for our website, http://www.cheers2wine.com. In addition to our website, we publish a free monthly newsletter called Cheers2Wine News. This newsletter focuses on wine, winery events, free wine tasting coupons, and other things to do in the wine country.
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Napa is the perfect destination for a cooking class. Check out these options: Culinary Institute of America 2555 Main Street, St. Helena, CA 94574 (707) 967-1100 This institute offers training
Roger, March would be a great time to visit the Wine Country. It won't be as crowded as it will during the summer. When most people think of the Wine Country, it's Napa Valley and Sonoma County
Hi Sam! Napa is a great place for wine tasting, but it is expensive. If you do head to Napa for a day of wine tasting, do an internet search for "wine tasting coupons". There are many coupons that
The San Francisco Bay would be a great area for a person like yourself. San Francisco is an expensive place to live. However, the further east or south you go from San Francisco, the more reasonable
The California Wine Country has mild winter weather. The roads are quite nice and should not be a problem at all. I visit throughout the year and it's always fun. When most people think of the wine