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 Rental - Bella Rosa, Wine Country  Rental - Bella Rosa, Wine Country
A Country Garden in the City

Sam in the garden - Wine Country VIP  Rental The house is located on one of two adjoining parcels, with a common garden area. The other house is where Frank, the rental owner, resides.

The back garden area is a charming and casual country-style garden with flowers, seasonal fruits, seasonal vegetables, and herbs. There is a shared patio area which we welcome you to use. We are happy to share a glass of our wine with you here and share some of our experience of Sonoma County.

The deck outside the kitchen hosts our beautiful begonias which bloom from spring through fall. The patio has a smoke cooker for outdoor slow-smoke cooking and a nice table for dining or enjoying wine or the view. The back deck houses some larger potted plants including a lovely gardenia and a Cecile Brunner rose. From the back deck, you can step down into the section of our organic vegetable garden where we grow our heirloom tomatoes, green beans, some herbs and sweet peppers.

During the summer and fall, we invite you to share in our organic, home-grown fruits and vegetables. Each year we plant tomatoes, peppers, zucchini and beans and enjoy fresh foods during the summer and fall months. We also have a variety of fruit trees producing at various times of the year which you are also welcomed to enjoy. In the back gardens you'll find Meyer Lemons (usually year-round), Bearss Limes (late summer/fall), Peaches (mid-end July), Black Figs (fall), Orange and Tangelo (winter-spring) and soon Avocado.

We make wine for our own pleasure and during the months of August through October or November, you may be able to participate in wine-making activities. This is a fun and memorable experience. We typically make two varietals each year and bottle the previous vintages as appropriate just before harvest.

We make wine on the patio in late summer and fall.

Check out our photo album for 2008.

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