Off the Vine: Take Your Tastebuds to Wine Country

With the holidays right around the corner, we can't think of a better time to indulge on everything vino-related. Taste your way around Wine Country like a true local with these fine picks.

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Laura Chenel’s Chèvre

Laura Chenel’s Chèvre is a pioneer of artisan goat cheese. All varieties are made in a state-of-the-art creamery in Sonoma’s carneros region, using only the freshest milk from nearby family dairies. A traditional cheese course pairs beautifully with sparkling and white wines. 

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The Christopher Hill Gallery

Located in St. Helena since 2002, The Christopher Hill Gallery expanded to bring an acclaimed collection of artists to Healdsburg in 2012.  Both galleries are known for their sophisticated and unparalleled mixture of contrasting schools of art by established and emerging international and national artists.

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Eiko's Restaurant

In Eiko’s restaurant, great design starts at the front door. In the dining room, you are greeted by an elegant ipe wood screen simulating a giant wooden basket. A hand painted japanese screen creates a vibrant atmosphere while panoramic views of downtown napa stimulates an exciting, multi-sensory experience.

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Jessup Cellars

The Jessup Cellars tasting gallery is located near the famed French Laundry in Napa Valley. Table for four, the flagship cuvée, exemplifies a passion for the art of the blend, offering an exotic, rich landscape of deep flavors with cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc, merlot and petite sirah.

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Lineage Wine

Born from the world-class terroir of the historic Livermore Valley and the passionate vision of Steven Mirassou—a sixth-generation member of america’s oldest winemaking family—lineage, Livermore Valley is both a tribute and a challenge to the iconic bordeaux-varietal blends of the world. 

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La Condesa

La Condesa’s vibrant décor welcomes you to the liveliest place in Napa. Creative cuisine and cocktails are inspired by mexican-style street food that’s made with fresh, local ingredients and spiced with Napa Valley flair. Enjoy live music and the massive tequila selection while you dine, mingle and dance the night away. 

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Raymond Vineyards

Wine enthusiast’s 2012 american winery of the year, Raymond Vineyards is a Napa Valley icon that has reimagined the winery experience. A redesign transformed the tasting spaces, such as the Raymond Red Room (pictured), where guests can experience generations, a cabernet ranked 95-points by wine spectator. 

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