Each winter, Mustard flowers bloom in Napa Valley, creating mustard fields in the vineyards. Vacationing here in the winter means you’ll get incredible views of the Napa Valley mustard fields. You’ll also get plenty of pictures your friends will be jealous of!
We’ve only skimmed the surface on “unconventional” Napa Valley activities — so we’re back again for more. Whether you don’t drink or have exhausted the thriving wine scene, whether you’re traveling with kids or your partner: here are some fun (and relatively less orthodox) things to do in St. Helena and around Napa this spring and summer. This time, a little more down-to-earth. Continue reading “A Few More Very Unique Things to Do on Your Next Napa Valley Vacation”