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