Napa Destination Guide
Welcome to Wine Country
Napa Valley’s unique climate and terrain support a winemaking industry with roots in the 1800s. But it wasn’t until winning the Paris Tasting of 1976 that Napa wines sealed their reputation amongst the world’s best. Today hundreds of wineries fit snugly into this sunny, 30-mile-long valley with its world-renowned cuisine and charming towns. It’s the perfect choice for a casually elegant getaway.
It’s been said that Cabernet Sauvignon is King of Napa – and Chardonnay is Queen – but the area’s vintners are producing plenty of Zinfandels, Fume Blancs, Pinot Noirs, and traditional-method sparkling wines. And Napa Valley serves up experiences as diverse and distinctive as its wines.