Posts by Annette Hanami
November is a great month for foraging great food and wine, getting out in style and catching the holiday spirit. Here are five things to do in wine country to celebrate the best of the season.
The 487-person-long Napa Valley Wine Wave has come and gone with records crashing down like a pile of hastily stacked wine glasses, but there is still plenty to do in Wine Country in October. 1.
What’s notable about the transformed The Thomas and Fagiani’s Bar space is that it feels so authentic to its collective past.
As the summer crops reach their peak, wine country is filled with the aromas of young wine and sweet produce. Here are some great things to do in Wine Country in September to celebrate harvest and ease into the fall design and arts season.
In the town of Healdsburg, at the heart of northern Sonoma wine country, you’ll not only discover the art of wine-making, but the inspired art in cuisine, fashion, décor and design.
At the height of summer, day trips turn into weekend getaways for the high season of festivals. Escape to wine country for these signature wine events from Mendocino to Monterey.
Formerly a silent repository for precious wines, today’s wine caves beckon with sparkling lights, mesmerizing art and the tinkle of wine glasses. Slip away from the summer heat with these cool wine caves you won’t want to leave!
As the days get hotter, we hanker for refreshing sips, indoor escapes and evening saunters.
San Franciscans have flocked to Napa Valley since the mid-19th century, drawn by its gorgeous landscapes, mild weather and medicinal spring waters.
With summer here, it’s time to get out and explore. Head to Wine Country and dig into these new and improved spots.