In this walkable village with dramatic mountain views, you'll find the most outdoor dining spots per capita in Wine Country.
Summer is almost here but before you know it, Santa Claus is coming to town.
The best part: All tasting rooms are within walking distance, so you can park your car and get your steps in.
Medieval fortresses and parterre gardens, swimming pools and outdoor art galleries, riding horses and trolleys — there’s plenty of reason to venture outside the tasting room in Wine Country.
This Napa Valley town, known for its geothermal baths, offers a long list of things to do, from touring a winery castle to riding through bucolic vineyards in an ATV.
Passengers will be able to enjoy afternoon tea every weekend during a scenic three-hour journey through Wine Country. There will also be wine, of course.
With over 400 wineries to choose from, it can be a bit overwhelming to plan a visit to Napa Valley. We're here to help.
The best part: you’ll have extra spending money for wineries, restaurants and spas.
The town of Yountville may be small but this picturesque Napa Valley destination offers plenty of things to do.
Rooftop bars, art walks, hikes and wine tastings. Here's what to do outdoors in Napa Valley.
At One Hope Wine, every bottle supports a charitable cause. Take a look inside the new winery and tasting room in Rutherford.