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About Napa Valley. More than 400 wineries dot the fertile soils of Napa Valley, one of the world’s premier viticultural regions and famous for its prized Cabernet Sauvignon. But wine, as visitors quickly discover, is only the beginning. Stay in lavish resorts, charming bed & breakfasts or modern hotels.
Normally this time of year in Napa and Sonoma is bustling with visitors — reservations are hard to come by, tasting rooms are elbow-to-elbow and hotels are fully booked. The wildfires are long ...
Christine Sarkis recently toured post-fire Napa and Sonoma with Visit Napa Valley and Sonoma County Tourism. Follow Sarkis on Twitter ...
Visiting Sonoma Valley. More Wine & More Country. Sonoma wine country has a lot more of that laid back country feel. by Trent Erwin. Similarly to Napa, Sonoma is the name of a town, name of the region, and it’s an AVA. Napa might win on being more expensive, but Sonoma is certainly more expansive, spread out, and laid-back.
Napa Valley is chock full of charming towns worth a visit during your stay in wine country and St. Helena is one of them. There are countless wine tasting spots to choose from in St. Helena, so know when you visit that you’ll be back for more.
Napa and Sonoma feel lost in time, something of an adult playground where (as long as you're 21) you can indulge in all of the culinary and oenophilic delights you can handle.
One of the famed Napa Valley signs greets visitors at the northern end of the valley. The overall damage to the wine industry in Napa and Sonoma County from the October 2017 wildfires ending up ...