wine country part II

After we dined at Boon Fly Cafe, the first winery we visited was Domaine Caneros. I thought Brian was going to kill me because we drove around in a big, big circle before arriving here, and funny enough . . . it was only down the street from where we had brunch.

Since neither of us really indulge in the greatness of alcohol, these wine country entries will revolve around sightseeing and good eats. Sorry to disappoint!

Afterwards, we stopped by Yountville to visit the infamous Bouchon Bakery. The line was long, but we only waited about 10-15 minutes. It wasn’t too shabby. And the weather was enjoyable; not too cold and not too warm; in fact, it was a little bit humid. When we entered their fine establishment, we had a colorful arrangement of pastries to choose from. I wish we had opted out on getting the pink pig because that was probably my least favorite from the bunch. The macaroons are a must try here.

And as far as the wineries, we visited Peju, Del Dotto, and our favorite, Castello di Amorosa.

Coming up in the next entry includes our dining experience at Ad Hoc and the resort we stayed at!

Domaine Caneros
1240 Duhig Road
Napa, CA 94559

Bouchon Bakery
6528 Washington St
Yountville, CA 94599
707.944.2253

Peju
8466 St. Helena Highway
Rutherford, CA 94573
800.446.7358

Del Dotto Caves
1055 Atlas Peak Road
Napa, CA

Castello di Amorosa
4045 North Saint Helena Highway
Calistoga, CA 94515

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