Bella Rosa Wine Country
A romantic and luxurious vacation home.
This vacation rental
is a perfect home-base for exploring the amazing wine
appellations of the area. Whether you want to explore Stags Leap District,
Howel Mountain, Los Carneros or any other Napa appellation, or perhaps
River Valley, Alexander Valley or Dry Creek Valley in Sonoma County, this home is convenient to
accessing all areas of the region. By designing all aspects of the home with wine lovers in mind, we've created a lovely place to
become home-base during your wine country vacation. Whether for 1 or 2
nights or even a week, this home environment will help you make your wine experience
a lasting memory.
welcome your phone calls about our home. This house was our
original home, and we take pleasure in answering all your questions and
helping you decide if it meets your personal interests for your
visit to wine country. Call us now at 707 - 528 - 2949! The house is perfect for
offer many interesting upgrades not found in other rental homes. Frank Wines are made and bottled here, so
we have wine-making activities right on the property at various times throughout the year.
We also have a wonderfully large bathroom
with jacuzzi tub. Each
room has it's own personality and the space is decorated with a
combination of contemporary and antique furniture, original photography,
oil paintings and other special pieces by California artists. You'll treasure this 1200 square feet of vacation home away
"All the comforts of home!" CM
find this sophisticated and personal living environment a perfect residence for exploring Sonoma and Napa wine country destinations.
requests are welcomed. We want to show you the best Wine Country has to
All the citrus trees are blooming again; orange, lemon and lime. The aroma of citrus blossoms has to be experienced to be believed! The winter lemon crop is delicious and we're using them for lemon water and salad dressings. The peaches are fuzzy and getting large enough it's time to thin which is always hard. The July fig crop may be early. Chard is producing well and still tastes divine! The shade trees have leafed and the patio is so nice with the finches, towhees and doves coming to visit. Borage flowers are a lovely blue against the white fence. Ladybug and Soldier beetle sightings are frequent as they devour aphids and white flies. I'm going to put out tomato and pepper seedlings any day. So looking forward to the harvests.
Read about the garden.
Currently in our organic garden
Lemons, limes, artichokes, chard, garden sage, pineapple sage, oregano, thyme, and rosemary.
Enjoy Our Wine Country Recipes
Featured May 2013 Recipe:
Red Lentil Hummus with Preserved Lemon