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Oakville Grocery


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7856 Saint Helena Highway
CA 94562-9200

 (707) 944-8802

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Here's what Trippy members say about Oakville Grocery:

"Restaurants are expensive so I usually get a picnic from Dean & DeLuca, or Oakville Grocery."  See More

"Depending on how our winery visits shake out, we like to grab a picnic type meal from either Dean & DeLuca, but especially Oakville Grocery."  See More

"For food outside of Thomas Keller, I would say, Gott's Roadside, Oakville Grocery m Bounty Hunter Wine Bar & Smokin' BBQ, multiple places inside Oxbow Public Market."  See More

"Debbie-if you are in the mood for very al fresco dining, go to the Oakville Grocery and pick up your wine and lunch and take it out for a picnic."  See More

"Some of my favorite wineries are, Caymus Vineyards, Flora Springs Winery, Pine Ridge Vineyards, and great restaurants are Gott's Roadside, The French Laundry, Bounty Hunter Wine Bar & Smokin' BBQ, Oakville Grocery"  See More

"If you're only going for a day (a shame!), definitely get a driver. This isn't a customized answer, but we got married in Sonoma and enjoyed many weekends in Napa and Sonoma wedding planning. I get asked so much that I have a prepared email with our favorite spots so thought I'd share. See below and have a great time!!! Wine Country I really recommend doing a wine tour or renting a limo. Here are some of my favorites- they are in order of location from the southern part of the valleys to the northern part: Napa: Del Dotto Estate Winery & Caves- really cool cave tour but go here last- they serve so much wine you'll be very drunk Darioush Winery- amazing cabs, really interesting/posh inside Clos Du Val Winery Monticello Vineyards - designed to look like Thomas Jefferson's house Jarvis Winery- great cave tour, amazing wines (I am a member of the wine club here), need to make an appointment in advance! Opus One Winery- its beautiful here. they basically just give you a full glass of their amazing wine (~$30/glass!) and let you hang out on the property Cakebread Cellers- gives a good tour for new wine drinkers, also a good place to go if you like white wines. Peju Province Winery- entertaining wine tasting, learned a lot, wine is average Z D Wines- just love their wine V Sattui Winery- this is one of the best places to stop in for lunch. it is a winery and you can do a tasting but they also cook warm food and have picnic tables out for you to grab a seat for lunch. Clos Pegase Winery- my parents have been here and think its cool, it has a greek theme Frank Family Vineyards- i havent been here yet but I love their wines Sonoma √Čtude Wines- love their carneros Pinot Noir! Domaine Carneros- good champagne, beautiful place to visit Cline Cellars Gundlach Bundschu- fun tour! Spend some time in Sonoma Plaza for lunch (picnic on the lawn), sample cheeses and fudge in the country store BR Cohn Winery Kunde Family Estate- we got married here! its the largest vineyard in all of sonoma & napa counties, good value wine, fun tours Ledson Winery & Vineyards- interesting place, designed after a castle in Europe I've also heard about tours where you rent bikes and bicycle to a few vineyards for the tour, which could be fun as well. Here is a link to a company that does that: Napa Valley Bike Tours & Rentals ."  See More

"Breakfast is awesome, or pick up a snack/picnic lunch at Oakville Grocery."  See More

"If you are trying to visit wineries (main priority), pick up lunch at Oakville Grocery or stop for a quick bit Gott's Roadside."  See More

"Drive up to Napa/Sonoma, get a couple of amazing sandwiches and other picnic treats at Oakville Grocery, and do some wine tasting."  See More








   
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