TractorParadeIt’s happening…… the leaves are falling, nights are getting longer and the nip in the air is getting… well…., nippier!

Thoughts are turning to comfort food, big red wines and catching up with good friends and family and Geyserville has you covered on all accounts. How is it that this one street town manages to have awesome restaurants, unique tasting rooms, great coffee and the most eclectic bunch of shops this side of S.F.? It’s the people, that make it happen, that’s how. Community fosters and supports it all and no time is this more obvious than the holidays.

I love where I live, I love sharing it with friends and family, showing of mountains with geyser puffs for hats, vineyards that tell the seasons and the community spirit obvious to anyone who spends any time in the main street. When you come to Geyserville it is amazing how much time you can spend in a town with one main street, so come make a day of it.

Start your day with a clean palate and visit any one of the five tasting rooms start at Locals and visit 9 wineries in one spot or get the individual experience at Mercury, Ramazotti, 128 or Meeker tasting rooms. After you have taken on a rosy glow, slip to either top notch restaurant, Catelli’s or Diavola (yes that two awesome restaurants in one main street!) they both can provide a light or substantial meal and are open lunch and dinner.

There are plenty of other attractions to round out your day whether it is shopping for antiques, browsing in the Pop Up Shop next to Locals, or what could be one of the oldest and most interesting hardware stores Bosworth & Sons or checking out the fabulous Art at the southern end of Geyserville avenue,sipping on an afterenoon coffee from Mud Café. Finish your day by taking a walk down to the river and sharing that lovely bottle of wine as you watch Geyser Mountain change color with the sunset.

A day in Geyserville is not to be missed