Oregon House, California

Undiscovered Gourmet: Farm-to-Fork Yuba

with Laura F.

Laura F.

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

ACCOMMODATION OPTIONS:

• $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.

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$219
per person
for 2 days


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Laura F.

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