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Re. The best wine tour in the US
I think your guide was probably George? Wow, what a fountain of knowledge he is. I've heard that some of the others are just as good but will personally request George should I go again.
Posted on 30/10/2010 by Klara
The best wine tour in the US
I knew already that most of the attractions around Napa Valley are wine-based but of them all Hendry Ranch Wines provided the best tour of all and that was mostly down to the education we received from a brilliant guide. Easy to find just three and a half miles from the town centre.
Posted on 21/10/2010 by R Zimmerman
Re. The best located Napa Valley vineyard
Personally I thought that the Schweiger Vineyards in St. Helena, but located 2000ft above it, were the best in terms of scenery. An authentic family experience on winemaking too.
Posted on 21/2/10 by jim
The best located Napa Valley vineyard
We headed just over 20 miles in our hire car from the city centre to Pride Mountain Vineyards. The trip was well worth it and I though that this was the best vineyard because of its mountainous surroundings that provided great views. The wine we got to taste was beautiful too.
Posted on 22/9/2009 by Sheila Watson
Best Californian railway for scenery lovers
A Californian family that we met in Miami but hails from Napa Valley told us that a scenic railroad such as the Napa Valley Wine train was the best way to enjoy the area's most breathtaking views. I'm definitely glad it was suggested and it was a great experience to ride in cars that date back as far as 1917.
Posted on 27/5/2008 by David Carruthers