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captureIt’s another weekend wine country tour! This time to Livermore in Northern California’s East Bay (Google map) region near towns like Pleasanton, Danville, San Ramon and Dublin. 


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We will be visiting Fenestra for their ‘SouperBowl’, soup and wine tasting. Meeting up with some friends, including friend of SSC and Loreto Bay home owner Al Graichen. 

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Clint & Loni

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  • morewines

    Hopefully you will visit. Some of the best wineries:<br />
    Thomas Coyne Winery, Bodegas Agurrie and John Christopher Cellars.

  • Clinton Stark

    Thanks for the suggestions!<br />
    <br />
    As always our plans were more ambitious then time allowed (isn't it always). <br />
    <br />
    We made it to: Ruby Hill (new), Tenuta, Fenestra, and La Rochelle.<br />
    <br />
    Tenuta & La Rochelle worth repeats.<br />
    <br />
    We will definitely be up there again to visit the others… and thanks for the tip on Blacksmith Square.<br />
    <br />
    Clint

  • morewines

    Hopefully you will visit. Some of the best wineries:
    Thomas Coyne Winery, Bodegas Agurrie and John Christopher Cellars.

    • Thanks for the suggestions!

      As always our plans were more ambitious then time allowed (isn’t it always).

      We made it to: Ruby Hill (new), Tenuta, Fenestra, and La Rochelle.

      Tenuta & La Rochelle worth repeats.

      We will definitely be up there again to visit the others… and thanks for the tip on Blacksmith Square.

      Clint

  • morewines

    Hopefully you will visit. Some of the best wineries:
    Thomas Coyne Winery, Bodegas Agurrie and John Christopher Cellars.

    • Thanks for the suggestions!

      As always our plans were more ambitious then time allowed (isn’t it always).

      We made it to: Ruby Hill (new), Tenuta, Fenestra, and La Rochelle.

      Tenuta & La Rochelle worth repeats.

      We will definitely be up there again to visit the others… and thanks for the tip on Blacksmith Square.

      Clint

  • Al Graichen

    When Tenuta is in the future we'll include Chutney's for dinner. A Danville, now San Ramon icon for Indian cuisuine. If it's not on the menu, Sayed will have it made….

  • Al Graichen

    When Tenuta is in the future we’ll include Chutney’s for dinner. A Danville, now San Ramon icon for Indian cuisuine. If it’s not on the menu, Sayed will have it made….

  • Al Graichen

    When Tenuta is in the future we’ll include Chutney’s for dinner. A Danville, now San Ramon icon for Indian cuisuine. If it’s not on the menu, Sayed will have it made….