Innsider Tips and Topics: A Napa Valley Blog
Napa Valley is most well-known for its myriad of wineries and tasting rooms but it also doubles as a relaxing “country” escape from the hubbub of urban life.
From world-class spa experiences to PGA-certified
Start the new year off right in wine country, and pair your wine tasting adventures with some sparkling . . . visuals. Since 2017, the Napa Lighted Art Festival has added something special to the already magical winter months in the valley.
After visiting winery after winery during your trip to Napa, it’s understandable if you can’t imagine drinking another drop of fermented grape juice. We call this wine burnout (yes, it’s a thing). Rest assured, Napa has a cocktail scene within walking distance
If you are visiting Napa Valley for the first time in a few years, welcome! You are in for a pleasant surprise. Recently named the official Wine Tasting Capital of the World, Downtown Napa has transformed into a mecca of winery tasting
In order to grow world-class wines you need lots of sunshine, beautiful valleys and rolling hills, temperate weather, and plenty of fresh air. All of which makes it the perfect place to hike, bike, kayak, picnic, and generally spend your days outside
Dining in Napa is an adventure. In addition to creative chefs and so-fresh-they-are-grown-outback ingredients, there are plates of gourmet cheeses, charcuterie (a very French way to enjoy your deli meats), inventive hors d’oeuvres, and don’t even get us started on desserts.
The Napa River Inn and Historic Napa Mill—where everything you need is just a step away.
The location of the Napa Mill and the hotel make it an ideal spot for both visitors and locals alike. Situated along the banks of the Napa
Picture yourself lounging in the vineyards feeling the sun warm your skin, the breeze play through your hair and the calming sounds of nature surrounding you while you enjoy a gourmet lunch and a glass of chilled white wine…sounds delightful,