Originally published on CaliforniaHomeDesign.com
The US premiere of Miles Davis’s artwork in Yountville, the launch of an eye-popping new outdoor sculpture tour in Downtown Napa, a captivating photography exhibit in Healdsburg, Robert Mondavi's centennial and a mountainous wine tasting in St. Helena, all happening in Wine Country in June.
It's now semi-officially the start of summer, and with it comes the best reason of all to escape town on the weekends: Fog. You'll be itching for some warmth and sunshine in the coming weeks and months, and the great thing is it's just a short drive away.
Continuing its steady march towards becoming a city that keeps the lights on after 10 pm, Downtown Napa welcomed a new kid to the block of First Street and Franklin last weekend.
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Here, the experts behind SF-based travel website Peek.com customize an itinerary for one fine day in Wine Country.
While wine can often seem intimidating or overly sophisticated, it can actually be quite simple. We spoke with a few experts whose tips will help ease your entry into the world of wine and wineries.
Enjoy three full days of LGBT events in Northern California's magnificent Sonoma Valley, which is also home to some of the world's most prestigious wines and wineries.