• Bouchon Bakery

    6528 Washington St, Yountville, CA 94599, USA .

    French-style bakery from chef Thomas Keller offering pastries plus sandwiches, coffee & a courtyard.

    "France meets Napa Valley in a delicious way at Bouchon Bakery in Yountville. If you have a sweet tooth, you'll have tough decisions to make with choices like Pain au Chocolat, Monkey Bread, Blueberry Muffins, and Cinnamon Rolls. That's if you can make it past the croissant selection. In the mood for something a bit more savory? There's the Ham, Cheese & Egg Croissant or the Bacon Cheddar Scone. Space is dedicated to the bakery; there's no seating inside. But there's an outdoor courtyard where you can sit and enjoy breakfast. Just be forewarned, the birds like baked goods just as much as you do, and are on constant lookout for unattended leftovers." 10Best

  • Bottega Restaurant

    V Marketplace, 6525 Washington Street, Yountville, CA 94599, USA .

    Rustic Italian fare is served in a lively, indoor-outdoor setting at a historic winery estate.

  • Beau Wine Tours

    21707 8th St E Suite A, Sonoma, CA 95476 .

    Tour operator in Sonoma County, California

  • Napa Valley Aloft Balloon Rides

    6525 Washington Street, Yountville, CA 94599, USA .

    Founded in 1978, Napa Valley Aloft is one of the original hot air balloon companies of Napa Valley and currently the only company flying over Yountville’s iconic landscape.  Also raising Aloft above the rest is that our hot air balloon operation is situated at historical Yountville Estate, neighboring award-winning hotels, and restaurants located in the town of Yountville. In addition, we have more hot air balloon launch site options in Napa Valley, and we provide hot air balloon baskets that carry fewer passengers than competitors, which gives our passengers an open atmosphere feel to enjoy the stunning views on their balloon ride.

  • Coqueta

    6525 Washington St, Yountville, CA 94599, USA .

    Coqueta means “flirt” or “infatuation” in Spanish, and represents Michael Chiarello and his team’s exploration and interpretation of Spanish Cuisine, wine and inspired cocktails, while highlighting the bounty of Northern California.

  • The French Laundry

    6640 Washington St, Yountville, CA 94599, USA .

    Chef Thomas Keller's refined fixed-price meals continually draw food lovers to this stone farmhouse.

    "Consistently “superior” standards continue to mark Thomas Keller’s fine-dining “nirvana” in Yountville, which “awakens the senses” with “soul-satisfying” French-American tasting menus paired with “amazing” wines and served with “formal” flair in a setting that “oozes class and sophistication”; the “otherworldly” “event” (“plan on three to four hours”) requires “scads of money” and scoring reservations can be “hair-raising”, but the payoff is an “astonishing meal” you’ll never forget." Zagat

  • Ad Hoc

    6476 Washington St, Yountville, CA 94599, USA .

    Informal, comfortable eatery serving American fare with a set menu, created by chef Thomas Keller.

    Thomas Keller is not known for particularly casual restaurants, but Ad Hoc + Addendum is just that: a more laidback counterpart to The French Laundry and Bouchon down the street. Ad Hoc serves a four-course, family-style menu that was inspired by chef Keller's childhood; think BBQ smoked tri-tip with baked beans and mac and cheese and, during Sunday brunch, their famous BFC—buttermilk fried chicken. Addendum is situated behind Ad Hoc, a backyard picnic area where you can pick up boxed lunches to go or to enjoy in the garden. The legendary BFC can be found at Addendum from Thursday to Saturday, a flavor bomb of juicy chicken and perfectly crisp breading that comes with cornbread and two rotating sides. Time Out

  • Napa Valley Wine Train

    Napa Valley Wine Train, 1275 McKinstry St, Napa, CA 94559, USA .

    Restored historic train offering a scenic wine country tour & locally sourced American fare.

    All aboard for a one-of-a-kind trip through Napa Valley

    There’s something romantic about train travel isn’t there? And when the journey is on tracks that have been around for more than 150 years in one of the word's most scenic wine regions, the ride is even sweeter. If you’re looking for a splurge, pair your love of California wine with the Napa Valley Wine Train, just an hour drive from San Francisco. Hop on at the Downtown Napa station and you’ll be aboard antique Pullman cars, many of which were built in 1915 as first¬ class coaches for the Northern Pacific Railway. Over the past several decades, the cars have been restored for ultimate comfort and style. The picture taking possibilities are limitless. The train makes a 36-mile round-trip trek to the historic town of St. Helena and back, passing through vineyards, and stopping at celebrated wineries along the way such as Robert Mondavi, Charles Krug, Beringer, and many others. Book ahead online and choose from several different tours, each including a gourmet meal prepared onboard. Don’t worry—this isn’t microwave food or plastic-wrapped sandwiches. The wine train has a dedicated chef and staff who boldly reclaim the right to serve elegant train cuisine, and your taste buds will be delighted. Tasting fees at visited wineries are also included in the price. Wine is available for purchase on board, or ask about their corkage fees and BYOB. All aboard!!

    By Kimberley Lovato , AFAR Local Expert

  • Vintner's Golf Club

    7901 Solano Ave, Yountville, CA 94599, USA .

    Golf course in Yountville, California

    Nestled in the heart of Napa Valley wine country, the Vintner’s Golf Club is recognized as a premier golf destination in Northern California, the Greater San Francisco Bay Area and the Napa Valley. Our championship nine-hole resort course, featuring three different sets of tees, was originally designed by Casey O'Callaghan opening 1999 and redesigned by Bob Boldt class A PGA superintendent in 2003.

    Vintner’s Golf Course was recently voted the best up-valley golf course by Napa Sonoma Magazine and is recognized as having the best greens in the area. Our course is designed to accommodate players of all skill levels, beginners to stratch. At nine holes, one can enjoy a round of golf with ample time to enjoy the wine country.  

    Located in the Town of Yountville, home of world-renown and award winning restaurants, chefs and wineries, just about everyone will find something to love about their visit to Vintner’s Golf Club, whether it’s our pristine greens, fabulous facilities or matchless scenery. Our Lakeside Grill is a top-rated, local favorite for delectable food and drink enjoyed in a casual, fun and scenic setting.

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  • Oxbow Public Market

    610 1st St, Napa, CA 94559, USA .

    This sprawling marketplace features a riverside deck, food vendors, local produce & more.

    Oxbow Public Market, located in the Oxbow District of Napa, has become the local gathering place for great food and wine in downtown Napa and throughout the Napa Valley. The 40,000 square foot marketplace, which includes a scenic outdoor deck with seating along the Napa River, features a diverse tenant mixture of local food vendors, artisan cafes and an organic produce outlet for local farms. Oxbow Public Market and its artisans and purveyors passionately support the concept of sustainable agriculture and local harvest—promoting a healthy environment, and social and economic equity within our community.

  • Trefethen Winery

    1160 Oak Knoll Ave, Napa, CA 94558, USA .

    Charming local vineyard in tranquil surrounds offering winery tours, tastings & events.

    "Trefethen Family Vineyards is one of Napa’s pioneering wineries. Founded in 1968, John and Janet Trefethen helped define what Napa is today. Five decades later, this legend is still family owned and now includes the third generation, who remain committed to the craft of 100% estate-grown wines." Visit Trefethen.

    Surrounding our historic winery, in the heart of the Oak Knoll District of Napa Valley, is our Main Ranch. Its 400 acres of vines are planted in 49 distinct blocks, a mosaic that echoes the complexity of our soils. Sitting on the largest alluvial fan in Napa Valley, where Dry Creek spills onto the valley floor spreading gravel eroded from the Mayacamas over clay and loam left by an ancient ocean, our soils change dramatically across the estate. We have identified over twenty different soil types across the Main Ranch, allowing us to grow 9 different varieties, all planted in their preferred soil.


    Our Bordeaux varieties cluster on deposits of alluvial gravel, where water drains deep into the soil, stressing the vines just enough to encourage the ripening of the fruit and the development of flavor. Chardonnay, meanwhile, thrives in the richer loam with a higher capacity for water retention. Our 49 vineyard blocks are broken down further into 120 separate irrigation subblocks, which allow us to tailor the delivery of water to the differing needs of each variety and the unique water holding capacities of the soils in which they are planted.


    We are fortunate to be in the Oak Knoll District, where both early-ripening varieties, like Riesling and Chardonnay, and late-ripening varieties, like Cabernet Sauvignon, can prosper. For each variety to reach its true potential, however, we have to both match the grape to its proper soil, and our farming practices to the climate.


    For Riesling, Chardonnay, and other early-ripening varieties, we farm for freshness, taking advantage of the built-in air-conditioning of the Oak Knoll District. Cool evenings and foggy mornings preserve a bright acidity and liveliness on the palate, and we manage the foliage to provide shelter from the afternoon sun. For our Bordeaux varieties, on the other hand, our climate is considered relatively cool and we farm for flavor development over our long growing season.  We encourage early budbreak by pruning early, aggressively thin the fruit to ensure balanced vines and we open up the canopy to allow just enough of the warm California sun to fully ripen the berries.

  • Baldacci Winery

    6236 Silverado Trail South, Napa, CA 94558, USA .

    Located in the heart of the Stags Leap District of the Napa Valley, Baldacci Family Vineyards is a limited production, family owned and operated winery run by second generation vintner, Michael Baldacci. Established in 1998, the winery is well known for its single vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon wines as well as for its friendly and welcoming hospitality. Visit

    Brenda’s VineyardStags Leap District

    The Baldacci family purchased the Stags Leap property in 1998 as a real-estate opportunity. The investment was especially attractive because there was a knoll-top residence that needed to be finished and this was something that fit into the family’s real estate development business. What wasn’t anticipated was the family’s growing affection for the vineyard! The view kept changing with the seasons, and each weekend the family found themselves immersed in the beauty: the leaves, the mustard, the hawks hunting for mice, the sunset as it dipped down below Spring Mountain and cast its red-orange glow across the Stags Leap Palisades. The initial investment plan went out the window and a long-term viewpoint was adopted: hold on to the land, make a commitment to the next generation through this stewardship and create a space for friends and family to escape from the hectic pace of everyday life.

    Honey B VineyardCarneros

    The Honey B Vineyard, located on Cuttings Wharf in the Carneros AVA, was added to the estate vineyard portfolio in 2008. The 23-acre property is planted to Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Syrah, Merlot and Gewürztraminer. The Sorelle Chardonnay and Elizabeth Pinot Noir are the cornerstone offerings from this vineyard. The Syrah and Merlot are often found in the Fraternity blend, while in exceptional vintages, a barrel selection of Allwin Syrah is produced. Finally, the Gewürztraminer, which accounts for 20% of the total grown in Napa County, becomes our Frederich Gewürztraminer, a rare, bone-dry expression perfect for everyday drinking.

    Stella Knight VineyardCalistoga

    In 2013, the estate vineyard porfolio once again expanded with the purchase of the Stella Knight Vineyard. The 8.5 acres of Cabernet Sauvignon grapes are located in Calistoga, at the base of Diamond Mountain. The region is one of the hottest parts of the Napa Valley, with a soil series of volcanic bedrock and sediment – ideal growing conditions for premium wine grapes. Calistoga’s unique geology and climate offer another opportunity for Rolando and Ricardo Herrera to explore new personalities of Cabernet. Stay tuned for a single vineyard offering of Cabernet Sauvignon from the 2014 harvest.

  • Vine Trail Napa Valley

    3299 Claremont Way #4, Napa, CA 94558 .

    Dynamic Vine Trail Map  

    Guests of The Setting Inn Napa Valley are steps away from the popular Vine Trail.

    In 2008, the Napa Valley Vintners, the Napa Valley Grapegrowers and the Land Trust founded the Vine Trail Coalition.  The Napa Valley Vine Trail will be a 47-mile walking & biking trail system to physically, artistically and culturally connect the entire Napa Valley from Calistoga to the Vallejo Ferry and the greater Bay Area. The trail follows Highway 29 and the existing Wine Train tracks north of Napa. South of Napa it will follow the Wine Train Tracks and the Napa River.

    Need some inspiration for for biking around Napa? Please see recommendations from Visit Napa Valley.


  • Opus One

    7900 St Helena Hwy, Oakville, CA 94562, USA .

    Opus One is the realized dream of two men: Baron Philippe de Rothschild of Chateau Mouton Rothschild in Bordeaux and Napa Valley vintner Robert Mondavi. Together, our founders set out to create a single wine dedicated to the pursuit of uncompromising quality. This singular mission shapes every vintage, today and for generations to come.

  • O'Brien Estate Winery

    1200 Orchard Ave, Napa, CA 94558, USA .

    From planting to bottling, the entire wine-making process occurs on this relatively small plot of land (comprising 40 acres of vineyards, a winery and the owner's home). And by all accounts, the end result is a hit with visitors. Consider a wine tour at O'Brien Estate if you're looking for a relaxed, intimate atmosphere with personalized service. 

    Recent visitors raved about the tour guides, who share interesting and educational facts about the winery, but also give plenty of alone time to kick back, relax and savor the wine experience. Expect stunning views of Oak Knoll Appellation, plus a welcome glass of wine upon your arrival.

    O'Brien Estate asks that you leave underage family members behind to preserve the tranquil adult atmosphere the estate has cultivated. Most visitors appreciate this statute. Travelers also appreciate O'Brien Estate's proximity; it's a convenient 5-mile drive north of downtown Napa. Tours and tastings are offered daily at 10 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. Together, they last about an hour and half and require a reservation. The experience costs $40 per person. For more information and to make a reservation, check out the winery's website. If you'd like to visit more than one more winery, consider signing up for one of the best Napa Valley tours.

  • Frog's Leap Winery

    8815 Conn Creek Rd, Rutherford, CA 94573, USA .

    Owner and winemaker, John Williams, started as a dairy farmer in New York, but fell in love with winemaking and opened his own winery in 1981, known as Frog's Leap Winery. This country farm meets vineyard is the perfect place to enjoy great wine and company without the stuffiness sometimes found at wineries. Plus, Frog's Leap farms organically, so you're making healthy choices by the drinking wine – right? 

    Some say this winery offers the most relaxed and enjoyable tour-tasting in Napa Valley. Tour guides lead you through the fruit and vegetable gardens, the fermentation room, barrel room and the gorgeous farmhouse. Recent guests love leisurely savoring their wine while gazing at the gardens and Mayacamas Mountains from rocking chairs on the farmhouse porch. Guests also said that the occasional run-in with the jovial winemaker John Williams is always a treat.

    Tours are offered at 10:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and are limited to 10 people. To secure a spot (tours fill quickly with only 10 allowed at a time), reserve a day or two in advance. The $25 tour fee includes a tasting of four current release wines. For more information on other tasting options, visit the website. If you'd like to visit more than one more winery, consider signing up for one of the best Napa Valley tours.

  • Schramsberg Vineyards

    1400 Schramsberg Rd, Calistoga, CA 94515, USA .

    In "The Silverado Squatters," Robert Louis Stevenson describes Schramsberg's founder Jacob Schram's "serious gusto" to produce incredible vintages that America and indeed the world had yet to taste. More than 150 years later, Schram's winery is still producing delectable wines, according to recent visitors. Tours led by friendly guides detail the property's history, the beautiful rows of vines and particularly, the winery caverns. Carved in the 19th-century, these caverns hold approximately 2.5 million bottles of precious wine. 

    Recent visitors said the winery tour is interesting — especially the historic caves — and worth the extra money. But many advise travelers to book their tour far in advance, as there are a limited number of spots and they tend to fill up fast. And, of course, many rave about the sparkling wine, the vineyard's specialty.  

    Located in Calistoga, California, Schramsberg Vineyards offers six tours daily between 9:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. The tour, which usually takes about an hour and 15 minutes costs $60 per adult (visitors younger than 21 and pets are not allowed). For more information, check out the vineyard's website. If you'd like to visit more than one more winery, consider signing up for one of the best Napa Valley tours.

  • Far Niente Winery

    1350 Acacia Dr, Oakville, CA 94562 .

    Those who wish to avoid the crowds should head to Far Niente. The appointment-only tours are small and informational, leaving guests impressed by the knowledgeable and friendly guides. But the pristine grounds and fascinating wine caverns are the first highlights. The caves store hundreds of barrels of coveted wine (and span 40,000 square feet), while the 13 acres surrounding the winery are landscaped with thousands of colorful flowers (The azaleas are a particular point of pride). Also, Far Niente's Carriage House houses vintage cars and motorcycles. Every tour ends with an ample tasting of five vintages and a seasonal cheese pairing.

    Recent Far Niente visitors raved about the extensive tour that showed not only the underground caves but the gardens and vintage automobiles too. Many also commented on the individualized attention that was given to each person and the well-versed tour guides. Learning how to properly pair wine and cheese is an added bonus. 

    Tours and tastings (which include a seasonal cheese pairing) are costly at $65 per person, but recent visitors said it's worth the price. Near the small town of Oakville, Far Niente is open to the public from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, but you must have an appointment. Tours and tasting appointments are offered daily from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more information, check out the winery's website.

  • di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art

    5200 Sonoma Hwy, Napa, CA 94559, USA .

    di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art is a non-profit contemporary art center in Napa, California that also maintains a collection of art by Northern California artists including Robert Arneson, Bruce Conner, Jay DeFeo, and William T. Wiley. Wikipedia

    Some call it Napa's hidden gem or best-kept secret, others might call it a beautiful assortment of the bizarre. But di Rosa is truly an outdoor sculpture garden in California wine country. More than 2,000 works from more than 800 artists are scattered across 217 gorgeous acres and inside di Rosa's Gatehouse Gallery. Travelers find that a visit to di Rosa is an ideal break from the multitude of winery tours.

    And even if you're not into art, you'll still enjoy strolling the premises and the beautiful scenery. Past visitors say the garden is filled with eccentric and interesting pieces, commenting particularly on the house filled with artifacts from different time periods. Many also recommend taking a guided tour to be able to see more of the grounds and gain some context behind certain pieces. 

    Along Carneros Highway, di Rosa is open from 10 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday. Admission is free, but there is a suggested $5 donation at the Gatehouse Gallery. Guided tours cost $12 to $15 and enable visitors to see the entire property. For more information, check out di Rosa's website. If you'd like to visit more than one more winery, consider signing up for one of the best Napa Valley tours.

  • Robert Mondavi Winery

    7801 St Helena Hwy, Oakville, CA 94562, USA .

    The Robert Mondavi Winery's art collection and calendar of musical performances are a strong indicator of its heavyweight status among California vineyards and wineries. You've even probably spotted the name "Robert Mondavi" on the shelf of your local grocery store. This Oakville winery was one of the first major Napa Valley producers to cater to visitors with a tourist experience. Guests receive a 90-minute explanation of how a large-scale, technologically advanced winery functions.  

    Recent visitors raved about the delectable cuisine and, of course, the wine, which were perfectly paired. But many said the success of their experience depended solely on their tour guide. Some had wonderful tour guides and in turn wonderful experiences, other said their tour guides were below par, which contributed to a lesser experience. 

    The winery is open to visitors every day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The winery offers a variety of tours and events like a summer concert series that range in price, starting at $20 per person. Make an online reservation and learn more about possible tours at the winery's website. If you'd like to visit more than one more winery, consider signing up for one of the best Napa Valley tours.

  • Napa Valley Bike Tours

    6500 Washington St, Yountville, CA 94599, USA .


    Discover why Yountville is the best place to start your wine country bike ride - with more than 40 wineries within 5 miles of our driveway. And with three levels of support to choose from, there's an experience suited for every visitor and every budget. Join one of our Guided Bike Tours hosted by a knowledgeable Tour Guide, or go Self-Guided or Rent Bikes with the aid of of our route maps and local advice. Whatever option you choose, our goal is simple: We want the the time you spend bicycling with us to be your favorite memory from wine country!

    Napa Valley Bike Tours offers a range of experiences to suit different preferences and budgets. You may start your ride from Napa, St. Helena, or any of the other prescribed start points and then proceed to various destinations, all with varying distances and all along the Napa Valley Vine Trail.

    Route maps for self-guided riders are provided and expert advice and tour guides are also available to prevent any form of confusion. There are more than thirty wineries along the trails, ensuring that even casual riders can enjoy the trip. There are custom programs for corporate groups, such as team building activities.

  • Coast Kitchen at Timber Cove Resort

    21780 Highway 1, Jenner, California 95450, USA .

    Coast Kitchen, a full-service restaurant located in the iconic Timber Cove Resort, offers stunning ocean views and fresh seasonal fare. Under new ownership, the property was refurbished in 2016 and maintains its iconic architectural bones and artistic soul while bestowing all the comforts and amenities of a modern resort. Located on Highway 1 along the Sonoma Coast, Timber Cove is about fifteen miles north of downtown Jenner. Often photographed by famed photographer Ansel Adams, the setting is considered to be one of California's most beautiful coastlines.

  • Napa Valley Fly Guides

    Putah Creek, California, USA .

    Napa Valley Fly Guides are headed by Richard, who has been a fisherman all his life. Fishing is his passion, and he has been part of the team for around nine years. Having extensive experience of Yuba River, Putah Creek, and Stanislaus River, he recommends them as best for fly fishing, which involves the catch-and-release method.

    Napa Valley Fly Guides offers a great way to spend a day outdoors and get to know Napa's beautiful nature.

    Napa, CA, Phone: 707-294-4738

  • Beringer Vineyards

    2000 Main St, St. Helena, CA 94574, USA .

    Beringer Vineyards is a large winery in St. Helena, California. Founded in 1876, Beringer Vineyards is "the oldest continuously operating winery in the Napa Valley", and is listed under both the National Register of Historical Places and as a California Historical Landmark. Wikipedia

  • Hans Fahden Vineyards

    4855 Petrified Forest Rd, Calistoga, CA 94515, USA .

    "Hans Fahden Vineyards, est. 1912, is Nestled at 1200 feet in the heart of the Mayacamas Mountains. Our exclusive Napa Valley Vineyard offers a charming an intimate setting — the perfect backdrop forprivate or group wine tastings, winery weddings, and special events. The Fahden Family, now in its third generation on the estate, produces just 1,500 cases of wine annually because we believe in quality over quantity. Hans Fahden is a scenic wedding venue in Calistoga, California overlooking the Sonoma and Napa Valleys. It’s an ideal destination for a wine country wedding, offering peaceful and romantic ceremony sites beside ponds, a vine-covered bridge, and Monet-style gardens."

  • Merryvale Vineyards

    1000 Main St, St. Helena, CA 94574, USA .

    Merryvale's proprietors, the Schlatter Family, are winemaking traditionalists with a deep respect for Napa's winemaking legacy and a dynamic vision for the future of Napa Valley. They are committed to preserving the winery's rich history without compromising their forward-looking plans. Working closely with Winemaker Andrew Wright, they have sharpened their focus on Bordeaux varieties, the wines for which Napa is most renowned.

  • V Sattui Winery

    1111 White Ln, St. Helena, CA 94574, USA .

    V. Sattui Winery stands today as the result of hard work, dedication, and the extraordinary vision of two men who happen to be related.  Vittorio Sattui started the business in 1885 after emigrating from Genoa, Italy.  The law-abiding Vittorio was forced to shut down when Prohibition went into effect, and the winery would lay dormant until 1976, when Vittorio’s great-grandson, Dario, would realize his dream of resurrecting the family business in the town of St. Helena in Napa Valley.

  • Charles Krug Winery

    2800 Main St, St. Helena, CA 94574, USA .

    "Oldest wine estate in Napa Valley, with a 158 year heritage--literally the winery that started it all. The Charles Krug Estate has been stewarded by the Mondavi family for four generations. With a world-class hospitality center and extensive vineyard holdings throughout Napa Valley, we are committed to building upon our legacy as one of the great family wine estates of the world. Visit us today, taste our wines, and learn why experience matters."

  • Greenhaus Day Spa

    1300 Pearl St, Napa, CA 94559, USA .

    Napa Valley Wellness Treatments

    Choose from one of our Greenhaus Signature Luxury Spa Treatments!  Any of these fabulous spa treatments will provide a relaxing spa experience in Napa Valley. Services include: Facials, Spa Treatments, Nails, Waxing, Wellness, Massage. 

    Royal Honey Dream Treatment
    A warm honey back treatment with a full body Massage.  The Honey Ginger Massage Oil is combined with the immune boosting Honey and Beeswax Pad, creating a very unique body treatment.  An extremely grounding treatment that will boost your immunity with a slow Myofascial release Massage on the back using a warm, eco-certified honey, a warm Beeswax Mask applied to the back, and a full body Massage with warming honey ginger oil.  Benefits include:
    • Balancing the body’s vital energy
    • Enhancing the body’s immune system
    • Helping to relieve tension and pain
    • Activating the body’s back reflex zones to stimulate organ activity

    The Vineyard Treatment
    The Ultimate Napa Valley Experience.  A moisturizing treatment incorporating the finest anti-aging ingredients of vino therapy.  It includes a full body Grape Seed Scrub followed by a Chardonnay Body Butter Massage from head to toe.  Marinate in the silkiness and sophistication of our region’s grapes.

  • Napa Valley Distillery

    Napa Valley Distillery, 2485 Stockton St, Napa, CA 94559, USA .

    Grand Tasting Salon

    Located in true 'speakeasy' style, come check out the first Distillery in the City of Napa since Prohibition!

    Take an educational distillery tour, then taste through a flight of our award-winning locally made products all while learn how to properly taste distilled spirits in our 1300 sq. ft foot  GrandTasting Salon that’s 1-part Art Deco Speakeasy, 1-part Tiki Room and All-parts fun!


    2485 Stockton St. 

    Napa, California 94559

    (707) 265-6272 ext 414


    Hours of Operation

    Thursday through Monday from 11am - 7pm

    (Distillery closes at 6pm Sunday / last tasting is at 5pm)

    *Reservations Are Required | Closed Tuesdays & Wednesdays


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