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There are a lot of opinions about where to go in Napa Valley and what you should do once you get there. The various links below can help you to decide if you want to handpick your own itinerary and how to make the most of it.
Trip Planning - There are many ways to take in all Napa Valley has to offer. Whether you pick your own itinerary or choose to go with an experienced professional wine guide, there are several options to consider.
Tips on Wine Tasting - You've got two days, or four days, or even a week in the Napa Valley and while there, you want to visit a winery or two (or sixteen). How do you decide where to go? Maybe you're a big Cab drinker, or you're only interested in boutique wineries.
Guided Tours - Deciding what kind of adventure you want to have in Napa Valley often involves the decision on how to get where you want to go, and if you plan a wine-heavy day, how to do that safely. You can hire a driver, book a limo party or go on a guided van tour, among other options.
Ghost wineries - These are those wineries that were built between 1860 and 1900, the initial wine boom in Napa Valley. It’s estimated that there were hundreds of wineries in the region but prohibition forced all but a few to either change crops to stay profitable or close down for good.
Become an Expert Taster - Appreciating the subtle nuances of wine and being able to accurately and elegantly describe what you are tasting in your glass isn’t a skill that comes naturally to most people. It takes time and practice.
Self Guided Suggestions - If you are a spontenous kind traveler that enjoys a good adventure without the constraints of a organized tour, here is a short list of must see wineries and attractions plus mud baths and 5 star restaurants.