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UPBEAT’s Entertainment Guide Juicy Tales


By Jo Diaz of Gyserville, CA. jo@diaz-communications.com


Visiting Castello di Amorosa


Sonoma County, CA. ~ It seems like so long ago, from now, when I visited Castello di


Amorosa in Calistoga,


Napa Valley, on a whim. My husband Jose and I had just attended a media tasting for a Rutherford Dust event, and I decided that I wanted to not pass by Castello di Amorosa, as I had so many times before. (I live in wine country, so we pass every winery every day we’re on the road; this isn’t unusual. (Wanting to stop af- ter an event was…)


What was unusual was pil- ing one event on top of an-


other, because I knew it was going to ultimately be very time consuming. Still, I just felt like it was time… Today, I’m recalling one of


the best decisions I ever made, when I asked Jose to segue up the hill to the “Castle.”


From V. Satuti Winery to Castello di Amorosa


Castello di Amorosa has


gained the cache for being a great place for parents with kids (with them in wine coun- try), to segue for a bit, so the kids are a bit entertained, too.


So few wineries are as cordial as the Castello. Honestly, I’m not


surprised. When I was working at Robert Mondavi Winery, for instance, I loved having children on my tour. I


knew that learning a bit about wine was going to help with their own temperance some day. Deny anything to a child and they want it more. Ed- ucate them as to why their


parents are enjoying a bit of wine in their lives, and they’re possibly future wine connois- seurs. Nowhere will anyone learn that more than by trav-


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Pg 20 • JUNE 2019 • UPBEAT TIMES, INC. Life... It tends to respond to our outlook, to shape itself to meet our expectations. ~ Richard M. DeVos


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