That long gap between Presidents Day and Easter makes for a dreary winter sometimes (although perhaps less so here in sunny L.A.), but thinking about traveling and planning a summer getaway is always a great escape from your desk. Bill Shatner sat down for a glass of wine with Nancy Gneier from the Travel Town Museum in L.A.’s Griffith Park to learn about the long history of California train travel.
As your planning your next romantic train ride, drink a glass of the Luli 2012 Pinot Noir (rated a 96! by our sommelier) and think about the “oak ties that the trains use to ride across” and the “nice coupling of flavors” in Nancy’s words.
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