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posted 06-06-2013 05:38 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Hawkeye   Click Here to Email Hawkeye     Edit/Delete Message
Hi sakuraiiko,

I would definitely do Hall Rutherford if you can get in at this late date. It will be one of the highlights of your trip.

You might also consider Chase Family Vineyards (good Zin and Cab) on the south end of St. Helena. You will taste among 100 year old Zin vines.

From Chase you could go to Anomoly which is almost directly across from Chase but you cant't get there from here type of thing. Here you will taste down in their cave. They make a Cab only.

Have a great trip and let us know what you decide to do and give us a report when you return.



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posted 06-05-2013 04:09 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for sakuraiiko     Edit/Delete Message
I have been to Napa quite a bit, probably been to 100 wineries. I am looking for something new, something fun. We are celebrating a friends 40th on a Wednesday, no overnight stay. I would like to find one nice tour or barrel tasting type place, and then one or two nice less expensive places. Here is what I'm considering but I'm starting to get overwhelmed trying to pick! These are all places I have not been to before so I picked these based on reviews and pictures. I would love to hear experiences with these places, or other places that might be better.

Nice Tour/Barrel Tastings:
Round Pond

Less expensive tasting:
Dutch Henry
Conn Creek
Ehler Estate

We are mostly red drinkers but enjoy a good white. Big on Cabs. Our favorite spots to give you an idea of our tastes: Artesa, Raymond, Baldacci, T-Vines.


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