I'm back from Napa/San Francisco. When we booked the airfare and went Friday to Friday, I didn't realize I'd be getting back the Friday of Memorial Day weekend. Bonus. I could use 3 days to recover and get back on Central time, plus recover from all the fun and wine consumed. And deal with an upset cat. She wasn't happy I went on vacation and she got boarded, plus her yearly physical and shots. She doesn't react well to the shots but it's once a year, and she has to get them.
In 6 days we did the Napa Valley wine train, hit 10 wineries and had 1.5 days in San Francisco around the trip to Napa. The first day in San Francisco was walking around pier 39 and Fisherman's Warf, we rode a cable car, and ate Boudin bread. Given the lines and demand for Boudin, I don't think Gluten free matters in some parts of San Francisco.
The wineries we went to are Fort Ross, which is on the coast, just north of Jenner By the Sea, then Coppola, Seghesio, Silver Oak Cellars and Lytton Springs, all up around Geyserville, then Schramsberg, Chateau Montelena, Duckhorn, Rombauer and Baldacci, all between Calistoga and Napa.
We stayed at the Geyserville Inn the first two nights in the valley, then at the Bear Flag Inn the next two nights. I would recommend both if any of y'all are looking to go up to Napa. The Geyserville Inn is not a B&B but the Bear Flag Inn is. We have friends who live in Marin County so we stayed with them the nights in San Francisco, then the Westin by the airport the last night since we had early flights out.