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Help me pick a food/wine pairing and Olive Oil tasting in Napa/Sonoma

tishkb | Mar 30, 201606:45 AM     3

Hey fellow foodies,

Looking for feedback on a food and wine pairing while in Napa next week. I have made a res at RSV for their Perfect Circle Tour for now. It is pretty pricey but if I get the thumbs up from Chowhounders I'm game! Other options would be on the Sonoma side of the valley; Paul Hobbs, St Francis, Rams Gate. Just thought I'd but it out there and see what you local experts have to say, as Yelp and TA reviews have been mixed and somewhat dated.

Also looking for recommendations on the best Olive Oil tasting experience in the Valley. The short list is Round Pound Estate's Mills tour and taste vs their splash and dash option, Olive Press in Glen Ellen , or LMR. We do have a dinner res at Farmstead but I dont think I want to do a tasting beforehand.

I really don't know how I could plan my food and wine intinerary without all the awesome in put from past threads and the recent responses to my previous posts!

Big thanks to all who take their time to respond to strangers who share the some love and appreciation for good eats ;)

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