Napa Valley....which Winery??

Discussion in 'Napa Valley' started by borisjohnsson, Sep 15, 2010.

  1. borisjohnsson

    borisjohnsson New Member

    I'm going to Cali in a couple of days on a business trip and will have a day off...was thinking of renting a car and head early to Calistoga/ Yountville...there seems to be a lot of options but if any of you could suggest 1 or 2 wineries worth visiting.... Cheers!
  2. Jenna

    Jenna Moderator


    If you're looking for interesting wineries with beautiful scenery where you can enjoy a fun Napa Valley tour, Sterling is a great place to take a walk and see how wine is made.

    If you go as far north as Calistoga or St. Helena, Chateau Montelena, Hess, and Vincent Arroyo are all worth a visit. Mumm's is a gorgeous place to sit outside and drink some fine wine.

    Further south of the Napa and Sonoma borders, Cline and Domaine Carneros vineyards are also sure bets.
  3. Andrew

    Andrew Moderator

    Napa Valley is a very popular wine-producing region and has many wineries which offer private tours and tastings. I have visited Beaulieu Vineyard few months back, and it's one of the most famous & historical wineries in Napa Valley. I really experienced the finest wines there. You can also have a Napa Valley wine train trip which offers a 3 hrs round-trip journey with fresh food, wine tasting in the most famous wineries, unforgettable sceneries etc.,

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