Posts Tagged ‘Wine Country’

The Allison Inn in Willamette Valley

By • Sep 28th, 2010 • Category: Resorts and Spas

When The Allison Inn and Spa opened a year ago in the midst of an economic downturn, no one could have predicted its star would rise so far or so fast. But Willamette Valley’s first luxury resort, which enjoys many sold-out dates, seems to have exceeded the expectations of everyone – the owners and executive […]

September is California Wine Month

By • Aug 27th, 2010 • Category: California Hot Spots

Need a break from the so-called “lazy days of summer?” The California Travel & Tourism Commission (CTTC) has what you need – more than 80 accommodation packages that invite you to slow down and enjoy the simple pleasures of the wine country lifestyle during California Wine Month this September. Whether you’re looking to explore California […]

Discover New Things to Do In Napa Valley Wine Country

By • Feb 16th, 2010 • Category: California Hot Spots

Here are some great new happenings and changes to Napa Valley. Remember, winter visits to the wineries are just as fun as in the summer, so take advantage of low season rates and discover some of these new things to do in Napa Valley: • Long Meadow Ranch in St. Helena has opened the Long […]

The Allison Inn is Now Open in Wine Country.

By • Sep 29th, 2009 • Category: Resorts and Spas

Nearly two years after hosting 400 guests at a groundbreaking ceremony, The Allison Inn & Spa is now open in Oregon wine country. The Allison, the largest and first full-service luxury accommodations in the area, features a signature restaurant, 12-treatment-room spa, covered indoor pool and 14,000 square feet of meeting and social gathering space. The […]

More Family Fun in Napa This Fall

By • Sep 4th, 2009 • Category: Wine and Liquors

Here are a few more great ideas for family fun in Napa this fall or winter season. Pack your scarf and go enjoy the fresh country air. YOUNTVILLE’S 21ST ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS: Yountville invites visitors to experience a holiday wonderland amongst the vineyards as the town transforms itself during its annual Festival of Lights. […]

Head to Napa Valley for a Festive Fall and Holiday Season

By • Sep 3rd, 2009 • Category: Dining and Cuisine

Nothing says “Fall” or “Holiday” like the rustling leaves and cool breezes of Napa in the late fall. Start planning your trip to Napa now, so you dont miss out. Today and tomorrow I will list some fun family ideas for spending some time (and enjoying some wine) in Napa this upcoming season: THE TWELVE DAYS OF CHRISTMAS […]