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We drank one white and three reds, my favorites being the “Abraxas” a blend of Riesling, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris & Gewürztraminer and their 2007 “Marcien” a Bordeaux Blend of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon & Cabernet Franc.

We drank the last dregs of our wine, bought jam, picked figs from the garden, piled back in the Suburban and drove off to our next stop: Matthiasson.

Nopa “a san francisco gathering place” – 560 divisadero @ hayes – san francisco, ca 94117 – 415.864.8643 WK Recommends: Wood baked butter beans, Pork Chop, Moroccan Tagine, Butterscotch Pudding Van Morrison–Into the Mystic It started and ended with an eight seat Chevy Suburban and a rental car garage.

Every weekend at the Embarcadero, which translates to “wharf” in Spanish, a mass of Northern California farmers and artisans build tents on a pier right next to the bay to sell and sample off their harvest.Local coffee roaster, Blue Bottle, sets up shop too, with an espresso machine and pour overs.The market was vibrant, crowded, colorful, each stall presenting delicious goods.Ferry Plaza Farmers Market 1 Ferry Building, Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA WK Recommends: Blue Bottle Coffee, Early Girl Tomatoes, Wild Hog Oysters After spending the day traversing the hills, making our way from Soma to Knob Hill to Fort Mason we found ourselves sitting at one of SF’s greatest restaurants, eating an “Early Girl” tomato salad.We drove from SF to Big Sur to San Luis Obispo to Santa Barbara, to Los Angeles. We ate dry farmed tomatoes, figs off the trees, pig ears and chops, cuban and japanese food, sandwiches, tacos and croissants. Northern California is home to some of the world’s most fertile farming conditions.

We drank plenty of coffee and wine; Anchor California Lager, and some of the world’s greatest cocktails. With continuous sun, the farmers’ market bounty is impressive all year round, reaching its pinnacle towards the end of the summer, at the time of our stay.a Butterscotch Pudding with whiskey vanilla bean cream and chocolate wafer cookies.It was thick, creamy, cold like ice cream, and with a perfect texture.I highly recommend seeking out these bottles if you can find them in NYC (the white can be spotted at Blue Smoke with a rack of baby back ribs.) We left with a few bottles of wine, and made our last stop at Frog’s Leap, an organic winery in the Rutherford region of the valley.As the sun began to drop, we tasted a final flight in their garden, with the picturesque backdrop of vine covered hills.By this point we had convened with Daniel Strongwater, our next host, who ran over to Nopa @ 5PM to put our names on the list. Having opened almost a decade ago, Nopa, meaning “North of the Panhandle,” has strengthened the deep tradition of farm-to-table, which is now synonymous with Northern Californian cuisine.