By Laurie Lazzaro Knowlton, Kathryn Marlin
A set of recipes with Biblical or Christian themed names designed for fogeys and academics to make with children.
summary: a suite of recipes with Biblical or Christian themed names designed for folks and lecturers to make with teenagers
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The result of all this celebrity and acclaim is more than just great wines. It also means tourism. Each year, nearly five million visitors travel to the Napa Valley wine country from around the world. Most of these visitors travel along what the locals call “the loop”—the well-trodden tasting route that takes eager enthusiasts up the Silverado Trail and back down the St. Helena Highway (or vice versa), past some of America’s most famous and most familiar wineries. Along the way, there are picturesque fields of blazing mustard blooms, ready gourmet pleasures, and a little taste of the good life, Napa style.
A sturdy cardboard box, marked fragile, can get an entire case of wine across the country with minimal hassle, provided you understand the airline policies and any unusual state sales-tax regulations (available from your local bureau of taxation). Most wineries will happily give you a regular packing box, and some of the wineries have started selling extra-sturdy boxes specifically designed for sending wines this way. Some wineries now sell cleverly designed wine “sleeves” of inflatable plastic perfect for slipping a bottle or two into a bag—or you can purchase a “wine-lover’s suitcase” from catalog suppliers before your trip and rest easy knowing that your only worry is finding favorite bottles to fill it up.
Often these winemaker tours are exceptional educational experiences and a rare opportunity to get an inside perspective on the craft of winemaking. Generally, it’s a good idea to call at least a week in advance to set up appointments, and, in the busy summer months, appointments several weeks in advance are strongly recommended. Should you find yourself in the wine country unexpectedly, however, there’s absolutely no harm in making a spur-of-the-moment call. Often, the winemakers are able to welcome even last-minute visitors.