theres wine in them there hills! part deux after we finished wandering around the grounds of paravi vineyard and were done relaxing on the patio, we loaded up and headed to bumgarner winery.

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bumgarner winery is in a charming little building that used to be a horse stable. all the windows and doors were open while we stood at the bar and sipped our wine and a light breeze blew through the building, keeping it nice and cool. this place was super laid back, quirky and the wines and hard apple cider ( we brought some home!) were very good.

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next up was boeger winery.















the grounds at boeger were beautiful with a grassy area  dotted with benches and umbrellas and draped with little globe lights, a sweet pond shaded by tall, tall redwoods and this












the girls that were pouring the wine were sweet, chatty and adorable. we all highly recommend you make this a stop if you are in the area. so much fun and lots of good wines to choose from. they also have lots of tasty locally made treats and goods there, too, including a slap-yo-mama-its-so-good chocolate bar filled with caramel. eff the caramello candy bar, that stuff was AWESOME.

enter site and the tasting is complimentary. bonus!

we made the short drive into downtown placerville (very cute) and hit up synapse wines tasting room and then on to heydey cafe for some pop over to these guys seriously good grub. daniel and i shared the chicken, brie and garlic pizza and it was delish!

a great time was had by all, a big thank you to the sober(est) drivers!

apple hill is a great place to go with the family in the fall and do the apple picking thing, but now you know that its also a fun place to get your grown up drink on, too!

the whole family wins.


Comments 3

  1. Sirvanteez wrote:

    You forgot about the chocolatey goodness at Boeger

    Posted 14 Jul 2011 at 8:27 pm
  2. jacob wrote:

    as tourist-y trappy as the “wine snobs” say it is, i found sterling vineyards very friendly, very quaint (though massive) and very romantic. other vineyards are not underappreciated, mind you, but this one is definately a must.

    Posted 14 Jul 2011 at 8:41 pm
  3. jackie wrote:

    okay, matt, i fixed it! but i didnt comment on the dog treats…

    Posted 14 Jul 2011 at 8:55 pm

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