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.
With millions of visitors every year, there’s not much of Napa Valley that remains undiscovered but we’ve managed to round up 10 hidden gems that locals probably wish we wouldn’t mention.
Grape juice and fun activities for the kids, vino for the parents - it's a win-win.
You can now rosé all day in a vintage airstream trailer.
From pre-festival parties to dancing in a porta potty (yes, you read that right), BottleRock is serving up some eclectic entertainment on and off the stage.
These wineries are shaking up the tasting experience with chic spaces, glamping tents, pop-up dinners and exclusive clubs.
Venture outside the tasting room and sip away in the sun.
Bubbleheads, behold our guide to Sonoma and Napa wineries that specialize in sparkling - and what bubbles you shouldn't miss when you visit.
Treat your guests to some Wine Country fun by visiting one of these wineries open on Thanksgiving.
Five days of film, food and fine wine awaits at the wildly popular Napa Valley film fest. And celebrities, of course.