Teetotalers' Tour: Enjoying the Wine Country without much Wine
So why go to the Wine Country if you don't drink alcohol, for health or religious reasons? Because Napa and Sonoma have some of the most beautiful landscapes in North America--even after our recent wildfires--many picturesque towns and superb! restaurants. Because you can sample artisanal olive oils or chocolates, observe one of only 3 "Old Faithful" geysers on the planet, visit a petrified forest or African wildlife preserve or the "Peanuts" (comic strip) Museum. Because wine-making is a major global industry…and don't you want to know how it's made? And what "terroir" and the other jargon mean? Because there's a top-rated cooking school in the middle of it all and you can observe a cooking demonstration (and taste the results), or explore their cookbook and cookware treasures. If you're Seventh-Day Adventist, we'd love to take you up to Angwin and the Pacific Union college campus—to show you founder Ellen White's home…in the heart of Napa Valley.