Ah, wine county! Napa Valley is known for having incredible wines, wineries, and vineyards. So during your trip to Napa Valley, you’ll want to experience these! What better way to experience Napa Valley than with a Dynamic Wine Tour?
Next time you visit Napa Valley, make some time to tee off at one of the many incredible Napa Valley golf courses. While we know there are plenty of options in the Napa area, we’ve listed our top 5 courses in this post.
Come have your date night at Rutherford Hill Winery! Visit Rutherford and watch a movie while sipping wine during the next night of this Napa Valley Film Series!
Napa Valley is famous for its wines and wineries. We love highlighting some of our favorite wineries in our Napa Valley Winery spotlights. This week, we’re featuring V. Sattui Winery.
Visit El Bonita Motel and become immersed in Napa Valley. Take winery tours, visit a spa, enjoy fine dining and casual eateries, and relax to your heart’s content. Take your Saturday morning and experience one of the best Napa Valley traditions: the Calistoga Farmer’s Market.
Napa Valley isn’t just for wine: this weekend is all about celebrating Napa Valley beer! Participate in the Napa Valley Beer Mile and travel to some of Napa’s independent craft breweries to sample the different beers.
Napa Valley is known for its wine, but has so much more. When you’re in Napa for a vacation full of wine and activities, round out your experience by taking a Napa Valley spa day. With plenty of spas to choose from, you can enjoy a nice rejuvenating day. A spa day is the perfect way to relax after walking through several winery tours.
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.
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!