Who knew? In the Yuba foothills are award‐winning wineries, world‐class olive oils, the smallest mountain range in the world, amazing orchards and some of the nicest people you'll ever meet. :)
I grew up here (that's the only reason I know) and it's high time you come explore the Yuba foothills - in style. You'll find a community of passionate artisans, expert winemakers, organic farmers and amazing chefs who want to share their joy of quality food with you.
Sacramento is considered the Farm-to-Fork capital of America and the growers in Yuba are leading the way with classy, authentic, truly unforgettable meals.
• RECEPTION AT EVE'S BEAUTIFUL FARM
Welcome to Yuba! Get into country life with a light reception outdoors at the farm. Enjoy a refreshing glass of fresh-squeezed lemonade, or local wine and a sampling of local products with the farmers themselves.
• PICK OLIVES!
Head to the hilltop orchard to pick olives!
• WINE WALK, DISCUSSION & TASTING
Walk through the vineyards with the wine-master of Clos Saron or Grant&Eddy Wines. Discuss the challenges & benefits of wine-making in the Sierra foothills. Then visit the stunning lakeside tasting room for a tasting of their award-winning bottles.
• 4-COURSE FARM-TO-FORK DINNER - AMAZING!
Hosted by North Yuba growers, you'll taste a delectable selection of seasonal, fresh, local dishes. Menu created to pair with local award-winning wines.
• BREAKFAST OF FRENCH CROISSANTS!
• OLIVE OIL TOUR & FORMAL TASTING
• $219 Camping - Bring your own gear
• $245 Shared room in Rustic Cabin - Share room with 3-4 people in a rustic cabin.
• Add $66 Bed & Breakfast Room - Stay in a beautiful local home in a tastefully-decorated room.
One day a girl with a bee in her bonnet had no money and wanted to go traveling.She was working construction & living with Mom.No fun. Back as a freewheeling college student, she studied abroad in Italy. She spent the year traveling, meeting Italians from all over, learning the ins & outs of some obscure country towns. She wanted to go back. The girl decided to share her knowledge of Italy's special places! So she grabbed some local highschoolers & took them to her first Italian hometown: Siena. They spent ten fun-filled days biking around. They ate deer steak & wild boar salami; they toured a vineyard & learned winemaking; they made spinach ravioli by hand; they stayed with nuns, college students & historians. It started to rain & a Chianti local threw his underwear through their second story window. Basically, they all had a really good time. Our happy girl enjoyed herself so much, she realized she wanted to do this again. and again. and again. And Piccolina Adventures was born. Full profile ⋅ Leave a Review
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