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Nestled between northern California’s coastal mountains, this world famous wine-growing region is a sumptuous feast of natural splendor. It has rolling hills, fields awash with wildflowers, gourmet restaurants, bed-and-breakfast inns and spas among 45,000 acres (18,000 hectares) of vineyards. With ample sunshine during the day and cool nights, the climate is perfect for wine production as well as touring vineyards by bike, convertible or limo.
There are hundreds of wineries here, ranging from intimate, family-owned farms to large enterprises with cavernous grottos. The Napa soil is perfect for growing an extensive variety of grapes. These are well-suited for a broad range of wines from champagne, to chardonnay, to zinfandel. There’s something sure to satisfy almost any palette.
Many of the vineyards welcome visitors for wine tastings and a guided tour of their grounds. Learn how wines are produced and how to pair different varieties with food. Some of the big wineries have spectacular gardens and caves. There are even a few castles! When it’s time for a rest, indulge in one of Napa’s simple pleasures: sitting on a vineyard patio with a view of the grounds, enjoying a bottle of wine under the warm Californian sunshine.
Napa’s wine-producing history can be traced back to 1836 when early settler George Calvert Yount planted the first vineyard in the valley. The trendy town of Yountville, where you’ll find upscale shops and restaurants, as well as lovely inns, is named in his honor.
This is the place to splurge on Michelin-starred restaurants, spas that offer herbal facials and wine-inspired treatments. Consider a limo tour of the many wineries so that you can indulge without getting behind the wheel.
Napa Valley is just over an hour north of San Francisco by car.
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A: Napa Valley has a wealth of options for all kinds of budgets. If you're seeking a bit of R&R, you’ll find no shortage of hotels. Bed & breakfasts, condos and private vacation homes are other popular places to stay.
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A: Travelers all across the world are drawn to Robert Mondavi Winery. If you're eager to find out why it's so popular, plan a visit to the city of Napa.
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The turf garden was a nice place to hang out with my family. The pool was really small for such a large resort. The beds were hard and made for a restless night and sore back the next day.
Love this hotel! Great rooms, all the staff was amazing! Thomas went above and beyond to make sure we were comfortable!
We enjoyed our stay, staff greeted us with a complimentary bottle of champagne for our anniversary. Room was excellent and staff delivered and also lit the wood log for our fireplace. Best experience!
Our room is gorgeous and the staff was so nice.I already want to plan my next trip there. The Vineyard view rooms are peaceful with panoramic viewsAnd we took Advantage of tastings at nearby wineries
Centrally located and nicely updated. We stayed here a number of years ago when it was chateau hotel and it was horrid