My destinations of preference in the WC are small production wineries in Napa and Sonoma. On a recent trip we visited Ferrari-Carano as a favor to our traveling companions per a recommendation of their close friends. I truly have no interest in seeing these types of attractions. I use the term because the wine production and tasting room aside the grounds are truly an attraction. Beautifully nestled among the hills of northern Sonoma Valley, the winery and surroundings gardens are a trip to a faraway place. A giant brass hog welcomes you up a winding path to the tasting room. On your way out you can walk through manicured gardens. The view from the terrace is stunning. With a little technology and some imagination one can take a panoramic photograph to show to the folks back home. Being there during the harvest prohibited us from leisurely walking up to the tasting room bar and sampling the wines. In any event, it is well worth the trip up Dry Creek Road for a bit of relaxation. Besides, it is just past Dutcher Crossing which is a "must do" winery in Dry Creek. DC is boutique in style but don't let that fool you. They are nice people with great tasting wines. Salute!
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