Guide to Napa Valley

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There's nothing quite like Napa Valley

While staying in San Francisco, we decided to take a three winery tour to Napa Valley. We enjoyed the views, wine, shopping, and the ferry boat ride. 
Getting to Napa Valley
  • Charter tour guide - As you plan your itinerary, keep in mind that the departure time is usually very early like 7 or 8 a.m. and could take anywhere from 6 to 10 hours. (10 things you must know about San Francisco)
  • Car - The great thing about having a car is that you can arrive and leave when you want. 
  • Fly - This is a great option if Napa Valley is your primary destination. 
At Napa Valley
  • Winery tours - Depending on the tour guide and each winery, the tour may include a tour of the vineyards and where the wine is made. We were able to taste some of the grapes. They were smaller than the usual grapes at the grocery store. The warmer the temperature, the sweeter the grapes. 

  • Wine Tasting - Again, depending on the winery the wine tasting can include an presentation of the different types of wine and a few glasses of wine. 
  • Wine train - This is a neat way to get around the different wineries at Napa Valley. 
Wine Country Tour Review

We used Wine Country Tours because they had good reviews, departures from San Francisco. We went to three wineries and rode a ferry back to San Francisco. We really enjoyed the information shared at Mondavi Winery. Both of us are not exactly wine lovers so looking back at it, three wineries were too much. 
Napa Valley is so gorgeous that it makes the perfect wedding venue. We enjoyed a delicious lunch surrounded by the vineyard and listening to an Opera singer. This was one of my favorite parts of the day.
I highly recommend this tour for anyone who loves wine. The schedule is flexible with structure.
Thank you for reading! Have you been to Napa, which wineries did you love? 



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