Trip at a Glance
Napa, California, United States
Lifestyle, Wine Tour
Departure Day(s) and Time(s)
Eat a hearty breakfast. We'll have tasty snacks on board for you to enjoy throughout the day as well. Limit the total number of wineries you plan to visit per day. The more wine you drink, the less likely you'll be to notice the distinct differences between wines (what wine tasting is all about). Stay hydrated! Did you know the French recommend drinking two glasses of water for every glass of wine you consume? Wine tasting isn't just about your sense of taste, it's also about your sense of smell. To make sure your nose (and those of guests around you) is fully perceptive, please refrain from wearing perfume, cologne, or heavily scented body lotion. We suggest you dress in “Wine Country Casual” — bring a sweater or wear layered clothing that you can easily add or remove. There's a chance you will be spending time in the cellars (which are kept around a brisk 53 degrees). The Napa Valley also tends to get quite chilly in the evening, and it happens fast. Be sure to bring hats and sunscreen in case you're out in the vineyards (if you forget, we'll have some items on-board for you to use). We also suggest steering clear of heels — instead, choose a pair of comfy walking shoes. Function over fashion in Wine Country makes for happy wine tasters!
- AVA Appellations - Wine Tour.
- Explore the patchwork patterns of the valley.
- It will take you from vine to glass with tours and tastings.
- Visit the newest appellation on the block, the Coombsville AVA.