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Return to Mundaka: A Spanish-Style Tapas Restaurant in Downtown Carmel

May 14, 2014
Return to Mundaka: A Spanish-Style Tapas Restaurant in Downtown Carmel

It was less than a year ago when we last visited Mundaka, a small plates restaurant nestled in the heart of downtown Carmel. Since then, the restaurant has continued to thrive and recently celebrated its 5th anniversary! During our recent stay at The Vendange Carmel Inn and Suites Andy and I were honored to...

A Year in Wine
Dunne on Wine: Extreme winemaking in Baja

Dunne on Wine: Extreme winemaking in Baja


Painted steer skulls mark parking places at Rancho La Venta, where visitors can not only taste wine but also spend nights and partake in activities such as birdwatching and horseback riding.

If a Hollywood producer were to create a reality TV series about extreme winemaking, the first character he’d want...

Rubys Musings
Mother’s Day Out

Yesterday being Mother's Day it was my choice as to how I spent it. I am not one for crowded restaurants, I do not desire extravagant gifts and gestures, simply time with those that I love. So I voiced my desires to my husband and my middle da...

Finding Our Way Now
Cartlidge and Browne Pinot Noir: #Wine

It was one of those evenings when my husband and I needed a quiet place to have a great meal with a nice glass of wine. Enter this amazing Cartlidge and Browne Pinot Noir. Cartlidge and Browne Winery was established in 1980 in the charming village of S...

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Sample a taste of California’s past at UC Davis Vintage Wine Tasting

California wines have long suffered from the claims that they don’t age as well as their French counterparts. But does this stereotype hold true?

A Year in Wine
Dunne on Wine: Pinot noirs under $15 only go so far

Dunne on Wine: Pinot noirs under $15 only go so far


Francis Ford Coppola Winery 2012 Russian River Valley Director’s Cut Pinot Noir won a gold medal in Cloverdale.

Reluctantly I’m about ready to join the chorus that claims you can’t buy a decent bottle of pinot noir for less than $15.

I’ve had several bargain pinot noirs...

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Naggiar Vineyards sets wine release party for May 17

Naggiar Vineyards sets wine release party for May 17

CALIFORNIA’S WINERIES AND VINEYARDS are its second most popular visitor attraction after Disneyland. Spring is an ideal time for wine tasting and picnicking among the vineyards. In the foothills, Naggiar Vineyards in Grass Valley has become a premier destination winery, thanks to its setting, award-winning wines and friendly staff. Naggiar’s warm-weather season begins with a...

A Year in Wine
Winery or art gallery? Sonoma’s Imagery Estate Winery exhibits distinctive original art used on labels

Winery or art gallery? Sonoma’s Imagery Estate Winery exhibits distinctive original art used on labels


Imagery Estate Winery displays just a small portion of the more than 400 pieces of original art that have been used on the Sonoma Valley winery’s wine labels.

Joe Benziger isn’t the only California winemaker to appreciate fine art, but none embraces it more enthusiastically and more openly.

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Finding Our Way Now
Everyday Life Challenges: Story

The last two months have been consumed with consolidating two households; all this has and is challenging everyday life. What that has done is thrown me into a vortex of conflicts... The post Everyday Life Challenges: Story appeared first on Finding Ou...

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Crazy for Crust
Margarita Sangria

Apr 29, 2014
Margarita Sangria

Margarita Sangria



I know it’s only the middle of the week. But we can pretend it’s Friday somewhere right? Plus, posting this earlier in the week makes it so you can shop for all the ingredients before the weekend. Or,...

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