Halloween in Saint Helena isn’t for the faint of heart. We relish the holiday, taking great pride in our desire to eat, drink, and be scary! If you’re on board, then we suggest you join us and grab a bottle of these frightfully delicious wines…at your own risk, of course!
Traveling to wine country sounds easy and fun. With your nearest and dearest, you’ll embark on a journey that entices your taste buds and rejuvenates your spirit. But the truth is there’s so much to cover. So, we’re making it simple. We’re sharing the mobile apps that will help your adventure run smoothly!
When you’re an expectant mother, the rules are fairly strict. No shell fish, no unpasteurized cheese, no caffeine, and absolutely no alcohol. So, you’re probably wondering how you’re supposed to indulge in wine country. Luckily, the answer is easy! While it may be vino happy, Napa Valley is also relaxing, vast, and filled with endless possibilities that don’t beg the question do you prefer red or white?
A common faux pas when serving wine pertains to glassware. There’s a designated glass for whites and a designated glass for reds. What does it matter if we’re all enjoying the vino? Well, as it turns out, it matters very much how you serve up your choice varietal. Ultimately it effects the flavor and, thus, the quality of each sip. Here’s the scoop on the pour.
Any entrée featuring noodles as a key ingredient is a popular choice. Think about it, even children deemed “picky eaters” take the plain pasta route. What’s not to love? If you share our sentiment, we suggest you celebrate through a Napa Valley event titled For the Love of Noodles!
Rarely do we travel to Napa Valley in the hopes of indulging in beer over wine. But there is one such occasion where we can’t help but satisfy our craving. Can you guess what we’re referring to? That’s right, Oktoberfest is right around the corner!
Parmesan, Ricotta, and Gruyere, oh my! There are so many delicious types of cheese, and yet we can’t help but focus on the wine. Don’t get us wrong, we’re all looking for the next big pour in vino country, but shouldn’t we know where to purchase its most popular pairing as well?
You don’t need a reason to raise your glass in St. Helena, but we’d argue there’s one occasion that requires a toast or two – or three! Since Fall is another popular time for couples to say “I do,” we’re sharing a few of our favorite Napa Valley wedding venues. Cheers to the newlyweds!
Wine is the focal point of Napa Valley. We’re inclined to experience all the area has to offer with a glass of our favorite red or white in hand. But let’s be honest, sipping our way through town would be kind of a headache – literally. So, take a breather – even just for the afternoon – and shop along St. Helena’s Main Street!
Fall in Napa Valley is breathtaking. Winding roads blanketed in Autumn foliage give way to peace and relaxation. But we also know the season comes with its priorities, and college football is one of them. That being said, we’ve listed St. Helena locations where you can catch the game.