A Laid-Back again Napa Neighbor


In summer, the Suisun Valley sky has no clouds. Shadows of hawks swoop above the loop of dusty Solano County roadways lined with little wineries, quirky shops and farm stands marketing home made pies and berries with marker-drawn symptoms. 10 minutes from I-eighty, and considerably less than an hour’s generate from San Francisco, rustic Suisun Valley, California’s next-oldest licensed wine-growing location, is nonetheless quiet and unpretentious. Many thanks in portion to occasions like the two-calendar year-previous Uncorked! wine party and the Harvest Celebration held each August, website visitors more and more see the 29-square-mile area as a location: Napa’s mellow yet deserving neighbor.— ANDREW SIMMONS

Pictured: Rockville Hills Regional Park

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