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Beginner wine country itinerary

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It's been 35 years since we were last in Napa/Sonoma so this is like starting over.

We're not high rollers but just overdue for a little wine getaway.

We have one night Brookings, OR, 2 nights Elk Cove Inn, 2 nights at Healdsburg. Then will probably plan one at Calistoga.

To maximize time, what's the best way to loop during our back to back in Healdsburg, then see new things on the day we overnight at Calistoga or St. Helena?

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