A Weekend Of Luxury In Healdsburg, California

One of the great things about not having traditional snowy winters is that you can enjoy the beauty of fall and temperate weather well past the holidays. If you’re a lover of fine dining, nature, wineries and laid-back luxury (who isn’t, right?) consider a road trip to Healdsburg, California. As a lesser-known wine country destination than say, Napa Valley, its…

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The Go-To Easy Guide To Thanksgiving Wine Pairings

Thanksgiving is one of my absolute favorite holidays! A day where it’s socially acceptable to stuff your face as much as possible all in the name of family, friends and what you’re thankful for in this crazy life? A dream day of celebration if you ask me! This year I did a pre-Thanksgiving celebration with friends and family in which…

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A Weekend Escape: San Francisco to Mendocino

Mendocino County is a magical gem of a destination, one that flies under the radar of many San Franciscans, which honestly doesn’t make much sense given it has everything we love. A burgeoning food scene with an emphasis on seasonal fare and local products, a wine region to rival Napa’s, outdoor activities ranging from hiking and biking to canoeing and…

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Farmstead at Long Meadow Ranch

Farmstead at Long Meadow Ranch is an absolutely wonderful restaurant. Everything from the service and food, to the grounds and landscaping, make for a lovely dining experience. The restaurant is big. The decor is rustic. With bale (hay) hook chandeliers, an open kitchen, large windows highlighting the garden surroundings and pretty little vases of freshly picked flowers on each table, the…

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Regusci Winery

I’ve never taken a complete winery tour, so it was an awesome experience to do so at Regusci Winery- one of the oldest wineries in Napa Valley. Originally purchased as the Grigsby-Occidental Winery on the historic Regusci Ranch, it’s known as a “ghost winery.” This is a name given to wineries that date back to between 1860 and 1900. This…

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