Plan Your Weekend In Advance with: Napa Calendar of
Events Planning your visit is a must. Napa is a busy and sometimes
crowded place. To get the most out of your weekend, make reservations
well in advance for hotels, restaurants, winery tours, and wineries that
require appointments. Feel free to cut and paste each guide for easy
printing and take-along on your Napa weekend. Also check out the local
happenings in case there's some great music or events you'd like to
attend. Go to: www.napavalleycalendar.com/ or www.napachamber.com/calendar.html
or www.napavalleyregister.com/to see what's going on during your visit.
Give A Wine Tasting Party...
If you can't make it to Napa Valley, you can give your own Wine Tasting Party by following these easy
Complimentary (Free) Wine Tasting Still Exists There are still wineries who offer complimentary tasting for
non-premium wines. We've included some as a part of our weekend wine
tours both for the experience and to take the bite out of the more
expensive tours and tastings that are also suggested. In addition,
there's a complete list of all the wineries in the Napa Valley who offer
Take or Rent Bikes If you enjoy biking, consider bringing or renting bikes. Many
of the wineries can be easily accessed by bike and there's no traffic or
parking to worry about. Wineries will be happy to hold your wine
purchases for later pick-up on request. St. Helena and the Silverado
Trail or particularly good for a bike tour.
Napa Bike Tours atwww.napavalleybiketours.com/can provide first class
bikes or take you on one of there outstanding bike tours where the
wineries are chosen for you, you can travel in a group and the wineries
are expecting your visit and have arranged your tastings.
Travel Guides For Your Best Napa Valley Wine
Tours: St. Helena, the
Silverado Trail, Calistoga, Yountville Napa Weekends is a collection of travel guides for the Napa
Wine Country weekend visitor. Each Travel Guide contains all the
information you'll need to enjoy a great weekend in the famous Napa
Valley including hotels, restaurants, best Napa valley wine tours, best
Napa valley wine tasting, activities and shopping.
Napa Weekend Travel Guides cover most popular areas of Napa Valley plus a
few off the beaten track places the tourists never find.
Our Point Of View
There are some truly awesome tasting and tour experiences to be
had in the Napa Valley or you can just try to cram as many tastings as
possible, spend a lot of money, fight the crowds, and try some pretty
disappointing wines. Our view is to capture those awesome experiences
(duh...). Of course you want to taste great wine, but we've found that
the "Wine Country Experience" is about touring caves, wine and food
pairings, conversations with the winemaker, and those unforgettable
picnics above the valley. By using our Guides you can find unique and
memorable visits and some great wines to bring back and share with your
vacation stories. All you have to do is read on and PLAN.
Most Napa wineries charge from $5 to as high as $30 for wine
tasting and tours. Premium wines can range as high as $40 to $50 for
tasting. Just another reason to choose your visits wisely and find the
best tasting experience. Many "Appointment Only" wineries don't charge a
tasting fee but it is expected that you will be purchasing wine. These
wineries often provide the most personal, informative, and quality wine
tasting experience. We have included many wineries in our tour that
require making appointments, don't shy away from these. Visiting these
wineries is often the best experience of any Napa tasting. We've
included e-mail links and information to wineries who accept e-mail
appointments to make the process easier for you.
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not responsible for any damage, harm, disappointments, or loss that may
result from using these guides.
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