Cristina Peña-Walls may just have the coolest job EVER! She is in charge of global sourcing for H-E-B, which means lots and lots of traveling (she’s been to 55 countries!) and sampling of cuisines from indigenous cultures around the world. Believe me, this working mom has some amazing stories to share.
Another stand-out Napa winery well worth your time and perhaps worthy of your patronage as all profits go to heart research. More on that in a minute.
Wow – what view this winery has! Pride Mountain Vineyards sits on 235 acres high atop Spring Mountain with an incredible view of Mount St. Helena. Plus, the vineyard sits on the Napa/Sonoma county line, so you can literally be in Napa and Sonoma at the same time.
In the heart of Napa right on the famous Highway 29 sits a gem of a winery…Salvestrin Winery. On a recent stay in Napa, we stayed at the Salvestrin Winery’s B&B—what a treat!
This is one of the beautiful vineyards high up on Spring Mountain, and it’s family owned and operated (ya gotta love that).
The Trinchero family moved to Napa in the 1940’s and Trinchero Estates is now one of the largest wine producing entities in all of Napa.
Silver Oak’s talented winemaker Daniel Baron counts some 16 years as producing the big cabernet sauvignon that so many have come to know and love.
Set in the hills of the beautiful Bennett Valley in Sonoma is a charmingly elegant winery producing some wonderful wines.
If you’re lucky enough to be in Napa at the legendary winery that bears his name, you’d be raising a glass in his honor this afternoon. His wife Margrit will be at the winery to toast her husband with a glass of Fume Blanc.
Vino Veritas – in wine there is truth. The Latin phrase from thousands of years ago rings true even today…in our most personal moments.
It was over a glass of wine at Zinc Wine Bar & Bistro that a group of friends from WOAI got together to toast Jennifer Broome on her next journey.