Vineyard Property (Napa, CA)
By Ron and Alexandra Seigel, Luxury Real Estate Branding, Marketing & Strategy
(Napa Consultants)
  When we lived in Napa one of the most beautiful sights in the winter months was the mustard that flowered in the majority of the vineyards.  Mustard is planted as a mulch and green manure and is beneficial to the vineyards.  The effect is beautiful.   On cloudy days, it still felt bright. This picture was taken by Ron on a Sunday across the street from one of our favorite brunch places in Napa. The Boon Fly Cafe.  If you happen to be there on a Sunday, be sure to check out the eggs Benedict, the homemade yogurt and granola, or the pancakes.  The majority of their ingredients are local, fresh and usually organic.  Wishing you a Happy Sunday, Ron & Alexandra Seigel                                                             WATCH VIDEOS-    Buzz-Worthy Luxury Real Estate Websites  Perso...
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By Norma Toering Broker for Palos Verdes and Beach Cities, Palos Verdes Luxury Homes in L.A.
(Charlemagne International Properties)
  One of my clients toys with the idea of buying a vineyard in Napa.  I came across this article projecting the 10 strongest housing market by 2014.  Napa came in number four on the list.   It was the only California city to make the list.  There are no crystal balls in real estate, but it stands to reason that a portion of the loss will be recovered as the market begins to rebound.  Housing Markets That Will Be Strongest by 2014   By Venessa Wong, Bloomberg Businessweek Aug 4, 2010     4. California Biggest home price increase projected in 2014: Napa metro   Forecast 4-year price increase: 31.7 percentCurrent median price: $355,000Prices to reach trough in: 2010 Q4Median family income: $79,600Population: 134,650   Prices in the Napaarea have dropped an enormous 44.6 percent since peaki...
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By Nicole Monary, Nicole Knows San Diego Neighborhoods
(Sellstate Next Gen Realty)
Napa Real Estate Vineyard Property- So, You Want To Get In The Wine Business? There are all sorts of reasons why people wish to get into the wine making business. Reasons range from "My wine making business has out grown the garage," to "It's Romantic," to "I like wine," to "I'm drawn to it," to "Make money," to "I want to change my lifestyle," to "It looks like fun," or "I want to add another winery to my portfolio."  You can see there are many different reasons to get into the wine business. Calls come in from people all over the world that say, "I want to buy a winery". The first question is... why? Most say, so that I can make some wine. The next question is... Do you have any experience in wine making? The answers range from No, or I am involved with wine making and wish to branch ...
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