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Free Book and Recipe

Posted: Thu Jun 22 05:33:27 UTC 2017

When I wrote my book, I was asked by the publisher to prepare and add plant-based recipes to make the book more attractive. Ok, I thought to myself. Of course, I need to add recipes even though I talk about how I get these recipes in the book. However, knowing this is such a major … Continue reading Free Book and Recipe

Before and After Pictures of The Nest

Posted: Wed May 31 00:42:51 UTC 2017

It’s been a long road but we’re almost there! If you have stayed at the Nest, you have contributed to the comforts that we’ve added. Your stays will continually add to the Nest in so many ways and we’d like to share them with you! Here are some before and after shots. Most all our … Continue reading Before and After Pictures of The Nest

A Weekend In Wine Country

Posted: Sat Apr 15 22:05:38 UTC 2017

Planning a wine getaway

Biggest Opening in 2016

Posted: Wed Jan 18 07:21:01 UTC 2017

Why not an 11-course menu, right? I never even thought The French Laundry did such a thing but I guess I have a lot to learn about Michelin-star dining.  However, I stumbled into a new potential Michelin-starred restaurant in Healdsburg. What was I wearing? Tennis shoes, a ponytail, and a wind jacket; not necessarily the place … Continue reading Biggest Opening in 2016

Don't Tell Me You're Taking Chardonnay to Thanksgiving Dinner!

Posted: Fri Nov 04 03:33:05 UTC 2016

If there was a time to drink Chardonnay, it always was on Thanksgiving. However, we're pairing this special dinner differently now with different wines. Sonoma is known for not only Chardonnays but the northern part of Sonoma has beautiful Pinot's and Zinfandels which make for great pairings with turkey. Haven't thought about it? Well, this … Continue reading Don’t Tell Me You’re Taking Chardonnay to Thanksgiving Dinner!

Enjoy Wine Country on a Budget

Posted: Wed Oct 26 04:31:18 UTC 2016

Visiting Northern California’s wine country is not known for being a budget-friendly trip. In recent years, we have seen rising costs of tastings, an increasing number of fine dining restaurants, and premium costs of a bottle of wine.  However, let’s not forget that we’re talking about a beautiful scenic experience that can be enjoyed in … Continue reading Enjoy Wine Country on a Budget

Sonoma vs. Napa

Posted: Wed Sep 28 21:06:10 UTC 2016

When you’re in Northern California, you’ll hear a constant banter between Napa and Sonoma wine servers.  In Napa, you’ll frequently hear how Sonoma has great Zinfandels and Chardonnays as if saying they have your good everyday lower grade wine. When you’re in Sonoma County, you’ll hear in the wine tasting rooms that Napa is not only a lot more … Continue reading Sonoma vs. Napa

Top 5 things To Do Before Attending a Wine Tasting Event.

Posted: Thu Jul 14 00:14:38 UTC 2016

There are fun events and then there are experiences.  There is a difference and if you’re planning to attend a  event in Northern California, it does take a little effort to make it a memorable one. If you’re planning a trip here, research is highly recommended unless you’re coming with someone who has made all … Continue reading Top 5 things To Do Before Attending a Wine Tasting Event.

Can We Take Our Kids To Wine Country?

Posted: Wed Jul 13 00:35:45 UTC 2016

  One of the great joys of having a home in wine country is sharing it with friends and family.  When friends of ours who needed a break and take their little ones out for a long drive, we were happy to open our home to them. When I advised them on what they can … Continue reading Can We Take Our Kids To Wine Country?

Our Latest Visit to Wine Country

Posted: Thu May 26 03:49:33 UTC 2016

Well, I have to say, aside from the fall, the best time to visit the wine country is in the spring. The flowers are in bloom and it’s just beautiful. We visited Matanzas Creek and their fields of lavender are ready to bloom. If you are going in June, don’t forget to visit this winery … Continue reading Our Latest Visit to Wine Country