Stahlecker House

1042 Easum Dr., Napa, California, 94558, United States
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Camping and Wine Country in One Weekend?

by jhoolko

I'm trying to plan a fun weekend for my boyfriend and myself, and would like to do something great for both of us. He's really outdoorsy and loves camping, and I am more excited about the idea of a wine tasting bed/breakfast type weekend. I was hoping to get in the best of both worlds, with a night or two of camping, followed by a night or two in a more luxurious atmosphere in Napa or the like. Does anyone have any suggestions? I'd also like to get some biking in there if possible. I know this is pretty specific, but thanks for any help that I can get!

Re: Camping and Wine Country in One Weekend?

by GracesTrips

Not sure how you add a couple nights of camping and a couple nights in a more luxurious atmosphere into one weekend but...I don't really recall seeing much in the way of camping areas in Napa other than maybe an RV park. Sonoma isn't very far from Napa 25-30 minutes away. So, you might try to find camping areas there, too. The accomodations will cost less in Sonoma than in Napa. Hope your plans work out!

Re: Camping and Wine Country in One Weekend?

by giampiero6

You might try the Sonoma coast or the Russian river area to combine wine and camping, then onto Napa..

Re: Camping and Wine Country in One Weekend?

by jhoolko

Thanks for both of those tips, I'll start looking around Sonoma. I also should have made it clear that I was talking about an extended weekend, maybe 4 days instead of two, for this trip. Thanks again!

Re: Camping and Wine Country in One Weekend?

by GuiPueblo

Sonoma County is a great place to accommodate both of you. For camping see http://www.parks.ca.gov/parkindex/. Austin Creek, Sonoma Coast, Salt Point, and Sugarloaf Ridge are all good camping options in Sonoma. Keep in mind they often require reservations, which you can make easily online. Mendocino County (just North of Sonoma) also has some great camping options.

For info on wineries try http://www.wineroad.com

OR http://www.sonomacounty.com/what-to-do/wineries

Enjoy your visit.

Re: Camping and Wine Country in One Weekend?

by jhoolko

Thanks! That was very helpful!

Re: Camping and Wine Country in One Weekend?

by horsinround2

Anderson Valley (Boonville, Philo, Navarro) in Mendocino County has both camping in the Redwoods at Hendy Woods State Park and wine tasting at several local wineries/tasting rooms.

Travel Tips for Napa

Wine tour

by Agraichen

While Napa is the "location" it is not really the "address" of many wineries in the local vacinity. In fact many of the local "towns" dont really make a presence on the map. this is great for exploring as you may think you're in one "town" only to find out you are not...

so..it goes..with finding St. Helena in VT...Wonderful place that used to be "no where" and is now "somewhere" on the map....but still a slow ride traffic-wise as 25 MPH is the most you'll achieve on a busy day. Downtown walking....still the small town fee.

Rombauer Winery...a bit out of the way on a hill, but great art and even better wine. Check in with Retail manager Jim Kozier...

the entance to the winery has a great "bull" statue (see below)..

Your first time wine tasting in Napa? Read on...

by mesoblonda

Keep in mind that many of the wineries charge for tastings. I've seen the cost run $5.00 to $25.00, but usually the winery will deduct the cost of the tasting from any wines you buy from them.

If paying for tastings are an issue for you, do your research and be selective.

Hope this helps!

Culinary Institute of America

by Ken_Weaver

The main thrust of the cirriculm is to give additional education to people already in the industry. The is a 30 week bakery program that daily produces some of the most incredible desserts and bakery products. For more information about the programs visit ciaprochef.com

Macauley Vineyard

by MarioPortugal

Macauley Vineyard
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History
The MACAULEY VINEYARD label was originally established in St. Helena in the early 1980s by Ann Macauley Watson and for several years produced a very well received late harvest Sauvignon Blanc with help from renowned winemaker, Rick Forman.
In the late summer of 2000, Ann’s son Mac went to work for Rudd Estate in Oakville. After several months of winery work and education he was inspired to revive the family label, and, working with winemaker and childhood friend Kirk Venge, crushed his first grapes in October of 2001.
Mac and Kirk have one goal: to source the highest quality fruit in Napa Valley and make wines of extraordinary depth and personality. The grapes they choose showcase the terroir of the vineyards and create a remarkable wine-drinking experience.

Looking for corkscrew...

by Tripack


I never travel without my special edition Swiss army knife. Special because it is not a multiple tool but unique with eight efficient corkscrews immediatly operationnal in every emergency situation. Hope you will have yours soon ;-)

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