With the passing of Labor Day, Summer as we know it is officially over. However, just because the weather is starting to get colder doesn’t mean you can’t spice up your weekend with a daycation. Vineyards all around the US are offering some amazing varietals and wine tours this time of year. So book a room near one of these great selections with HBD and have a daycation to remember.
1. Bluxome Street Winery
Located near the Mission District in San Fransisco, Bluxome brings a touch of industrial elegance to the city. Bluxome Street Winery is one of the highest rated spots in the area. There are good reasons for this. The food is amazing, the staff is always friendly and warm, and the wine is made by them from grapes grown by others. Bluxome Street Associate Winemaker, Tyzok Wharton, is always generous and treats everyone like they are family. Bluxome also holds a facility for weddings, and from the photos we’ve seen, they’re always an event to remember.
Book a hotel in San Francisco and head out there today.
2. Solaro Urban Winery
This Houston-born winery has a very dedicated fan base and its easy to see why. Many claim they make the best wine in Texas, and Solaro definitely lives up to that title. Their wine process is truly interactive. Letting visitors harvest and crush grapes for their wines. If you go to Solaro, you can say with confidence that their operation is rock-solid – their folks genuinely care about each step of the process. Their staff is knowledgeable, courteous, and attentive.
If you find yourself in the Houston area, day rooms await.
3. Schnebly Redlands Winery & Brewery
Few people see Miami and think wine, but that is exactly Peter and Denisse Schnebly thought when they started the southernmost winery and brewery in the US. In the fall of 2003, the Schnebly’s began experimenting with the fruits, making wine out of their garage in the evenings. Sustainable farming became a top priority as Schnebly wines are made from only the finest fruit. Each mango, lychee, guava, passion fruit and Carambola is personally picked for fermentation. In 2011, the Schneblys founded Miami Brewing Company. The last piece of the puzzle was put in place in late 2014 with the addition of Schnebly’s RedLander Restaurant. Using local ingredients, sourced from Florida only, Schnebly’s is kick-starting the culinary movement in the Redlands and South Dade.
4. City Winery
Chicago and New York are two other cities where you would think: ‘where does a winery fit in here?’ But the folks at City Winery believe they are in exactly the right place. Through a dedicated team, they strive to deliver the highest-end combined culinary and cultural experience to their customers. They are passionate in sharing wine, music, and culinary arts. City hosts a unique facility. They combine a fully functioning winery with intimate concerts, food & wine classes, private events, and fine dining. With their wine devoted atmosphere, they have truly brought the wine country experience to the middle of two large cities.
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