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Tours & Tastings
People from around the globe travel to Napa Valley to enjoy the iconic Cabernets and Chardonnays produced by vintners that first started producing wines here back in 1872.More
Hotels & Resorts
Four and five-star resorts are found in Napa, Yountville and Calistoga that include day spas to help you ease the tension and forget the cares of work.More
Bars & Restaurants
The Napa Valley culinary scene offers more Michelin starts per capita than any other region in the world, allowing to dine the best of American, French, Italian and Asian cuisines.More
Transportation & Tour Companies
Leave the driving to someone else by hiring a car and driver, or hop on a wine country tour shuttle, allowing you to soak in the full Napa wine country views.More
Activities & Entertainment
Take a bike wine tasting tour, kayak along the Napa river or get up early and enjoy a hot-air balloon ride that offers you sweeping views of the Napa Valley.More
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Napa Valley's seasons
Know what the best season is to visit Napa Valley and what to wear.
(December - February) Winter is known as Cabernet season where wineries are open to taste their award-winning Cabernets by the glass or by reserving intimate barrel tastings. Winter is the slowest time of the year where daytime temps range from 42-55 degrees, dress in layers.
(March - May) As Spring arrives, so do the temperatures. The stunning green hillsides beg for a hike and picnic. Spring is also "release" season where most wineries begin offering their latest vintages with special parties and experiences. Reservations are recommended.
(June - August) Summer can offer temperatures from 70-105 degrees at times. We recommend you drink a lot of water and enjoy yourself as wineries offer many different tour and tasting events to choose from. Reservations are strongly recommended starting mid-June.
(September - November) Fall is harvest season in Napa Valley which attracts wine collectors from around the globe seeking to be part of the excitement of “crush”. From legendary harvest parties to production tours, you’ll need to plan ahead. Reservations are required.
Napa Valley's travel tips
Traveling to Napa Valley
- When booking your flight to visit Napa Valley, we recommend flying into Oakland (OAK), San Francisco (SFO) or Sacramento (SMJ), each roughly a 90-minute drive to downtown Napa. Napa Airport (APC) serves the private jet setter.
- If you are already in the local area, there's plenty of different transportation companies that can get you around such as Uber, Lyft and private shuttles can be hired.
- There's shuttle services available from Oakland and San Francisco airports that can get you to Napa. Within Napa Valley, there's the VINE public bus system that runs from American Canyon to Calistoga.
About Napa Valley
Though just 30 miles long and a few miles wide, Napa Valley is a global iconic wine country destination offering an abundance of activities and entertainment options that everyone in your group will enjoy. From early-morning balloon rides offering sweeping views of the entire valley, to historic winery tours and wine tastings that attract people form all over the globe to enjoy.
Four and five-star resorts are found in Napa, Yountville and Calistoga that include days spas to help you ease the tension and forget the cares of work. The Napa Valley culinary scene that offers more Michelin starts per capita than any other region in the world, Napa Valley is the perfect destination for wine, food and the arts.