Our ears must be burning because someone is talking about us again. Bob Dougerty, Editor of the Palisade Tribune, stayed at the WCI for four nights in September. He described his experience in the Tribune. Under the headline, "A Four Day Vacation at an Exquisite and Elegant Inn," Dougherty wrote:
"High atop Palisade's Wine Country Inn a majestic rooster weather vane captures light from the moon, I-70 traffic and the lighting on the grounds, as it stands sentinel over the four hotel structures and adjoining 13 acres of vineyards.
"A stay here is to experience elegance, from the pool and spa and the gardens, to the breakfast and wine tasting room.
"The veranda of the Vintner's House (suites) offers inviting stark-white Kennedy-style rockers and cushiony wicker chairs, as does the surround outside the ballroom and reception area. Off the lobby is an amazingly well equipped gift shop. You can buy well-chilled or room temperature wines there, as well as snacks, candies and other beverages. Check out the nearby business center, too."
Look for part two of this article tomorrow. To Be Continued...