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World-Renowned Napa Valley Wineries and Vineyards

Explore California’s most famous wine region, a legendary landscape that is home to more than 600 wineries. Over 95% of them are family-owned, and every vineyard has a unique style. Chic and refined. Rustic and charming. Bright and airy. Discover unforgettable views, fantastic tastings, and behind-the-scenes tours in the celebrated Napa Valley.

Wondering where to begin? Start with reservations. Schedule tastings well in advance in this popular wine destination, especially for boutique wineries and vineyards. With old-world Italian charm and 60 wines to choose from, Sattui Winery is a perennial favorite. Beringer is a global wine powerhouse, and the winery’s 1884 fieldstone Rhine House is a Napa Valley landmark. Sip wines in a castle on a hill at Castello di Amorosa, a majestic Tuscan-inspired castle winery complete with a moat, drawbridge, and gargoyles. Artesa Vineyards is another hilltop treasure, with Napa Valley views that go on for days. Elegant and picturesque, it’s easy to love Napa Valley wineries and vineyards.

Charles Krug Winery

Embark on your next journey through wine country in California. Be sure to visit the Charles Krug Winery, one of the top wineries near Sonoma and Napa. Explore the Bay Area and take in all you can as you tour the Charles Krug Winery, found in the city of Saint Helena, just off of Highway 128.

Founded in 1861 by Charles Krug, the Charles Krug Winery is a cornerstone in the history of the Napa Valley wine landscape. When you visit the Charles Krug Winery, head for the Tasting Room, where you'll have an opportunity to sample a wide variety of fine wines. Reserve a spot at the Cucina di Rosa, the on-site restaurant where they perfectly pair your lunch with their signature reds and whites.

Nichelini Winery

Visit the historic Nichelini Winery on your next excursion through the Napa Valley wine region. As one of the oldest and most iconic wineries in the area, Nichelini Winery should be on any list of place to see near Napa and Sonoma. You'll find the Nichelini Winery just off of Sage Canyon Road.

The Nichelini Winery is the oldest family-owned winery in the Napa wine region, tracing it's roots to 1890. You'll find a wide range of exemplary wines at Nichelini – from the Cabernet Sauvignon Rosé, which won Best in Show at the 2014 International Women's Wine Competition, to the 2011 Merlot, winner of the silver medal at the 2014 San Diego Intl. Wine Competition. You can taste these, and many more, at the Nichelini Wine Tasting Room.

Robert Mondavi Winery

Explore the depths of the Napa Valley wine region in northern California on your next visit. Don't miss out on your chance to tour the Robert Mondavi Winery, one of the premier wine destinations in the area. Found just north of Napa and Sonoma, the Robert Mondavi Winery is easily accessed from St. Helena Highway.

Opened in 1966, the Robert Mondavi Winery is the namesake winery of Robert Mondavi, who was one of the world's premier wine makers. The Kalon Vineyard at the Robert Mondavi Winery is a sight to behold – acre upon acre lush, grape vines, each segment ready to be paired with your next steak or swordfish.

Duckhorn Vineyards

Founded in 1976, and producing their first vintage two years later, Duckhorn Vineyards is an exceptional winery in Napa Valley. As you embark your next tour of the many wineries across northern California, plan a visit to this charming, boutique-style winery. Make the drive from nearby Napa or Sonoma.

Fond in the city of Satin Helena, Duckhorn Vineyards produces more than 100,000 cases of wine each year. At Duckhorn Vineyards, you'll find exemplary Merlot, as it is their speciality. The winery is open daily, excluding any major holidays, and features on-site tastings – reserve a spot now and enjoy the Portfolio Tasting.

Jericho Canyon Vineyards

Whether you enjoy pairing a full bodied Merlot with a steak, or sipping on a slightly chilled Pinot Grigio with friends, your wine tastes are in for a treat. Make your way to the Napa Valley wine region within the North Coast and visit the Jericho Canyon Vineyard. It's a favorite of many Calistoga visitors.

While there are many vineyards and wineries to choose from all across California, the Jericho Canyon Vineyard proves to be an exemplary choice with it's fine selection of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and even Cabernet Franc. Drive in from nearby Sonoma or Napa and explore the Jericho Canyon Vineyard tour and tasting.

Napa Valley Wine Train

Offering a relaxing and scenic three-hour journey through the heart of Napa County, the Napa Valley Wine Train runs from downtown Napa to the village of St. Helena and back again. The trip includes a freshly prepared lunch or dinner and extends the option of disembarking and taking a winery tour during one of the train's stops.

Sit back and relax in one of the train's fully restored 1952 Vista Dome Car or enjoy your meal in an authentic 1915-1917 Pullman Dining Car. The trip is also one of the most extensive in the Bay Area. You'll pass through five towns, including Yountville, Oakville, Rutherford, and St. Helena.