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Sip Wine in Luxury: Private Jet Edition

When a Swiss American immigrant named Felix Mattei opened Mattei’s Central Hotel in Los Olivos, California in 1886, he knew this was a new frontier just bursting with potential.

A stagecoach stop for weary travelers en route to the coast, this dusty town on what soon become California’s Pacific Coast Railroad Line emerged as the place to come and enjoy hearty food and drinks. Mattei’s Tavern has been a Santa Ynez Valley institution ever since.

The hotel has gone through many iterations and owners over its 137-year lifespan, but its latest iteration was just unveiled in February. The hotel, dubbed Inn at Mattei’s Tavern, is now part of the Auberge Resorts Collection, and while the days of stagecoach travel are long gone, this property at the heart of pastoral Los Olivos is once again reinventing the way people connect good food and great drinks. Read more…

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