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Robert Mondavi Winery Coupon!

Are you planning to visit Robert Mondavi Winery in Napa Valley? Download Winery Finder App and get 10% OFF Wine Purchase discount at Robert Mondavi Winery. Best part is that Iits a FREE App!

Robert Mondavi Winery Description:
Mr. Mondavi believed that the path to a gracious lifestyle leads through the appreciation of wine, food, and art, and that the Napa Valley could be the center for that lifestyle, producing wines that belonged in the company of the great wines of the world. We invite you to visit us at the winery, to experience this philosophy first hand.

A sprawling California Mission-style structure with graceful arches and an expansive courtyard in Oakville in the Napa valley, Robert Mondavi Winery offers one of the most comprehensive tour programs in the industry. A wonderful selection of programs is also available for those who are ready for a more advanced experience in the art of winemaking. Two tasting rooms feature the winery’s limited production, special release and reserve wines by the glass, and give visitors the opportunity to discuss wines with very knowledgeable educators. You can also experience fine art, artifacts and many sculptures throughout the winery grounds.  Consider staying the night at one of the lovely Napa Valley hotels to take full advantage of your time at the winery.  One of the first wineries to offer tours, tastings, culinary and art programs – our commitment to education continues with our world-renowned visitor programs. We offer three different types of wine tasting experience, for everyone from the novice to the most discriminating aficionado.

WINERY HOURS:
Open daily 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Store hours 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Closed Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day. On New Year’s Eve, our Visitor Center will close at 3:00 p.m.

Robert Mondavi Winery
7801 St. Helena Hwy,
Oakville, CA 94562
(888) 766-6328
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Artesa Winery – NEW Wine Tasting Coupon!

Artesa Winery – NEW Wine Tasting Coupon!

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Artesa Vineyards & Winery Information:
Artesa is a testament to the harmony between nature and architecture, a skillful example of interaction between structure and environment. Designed by renowned Barcelona architect Domingo Triay and built in the early 1990’s, the avant-garde structure was conceived to blend seamlessly with the surrounding landscape. Set into the highest hill of the 350-acre estate with a protective covering of native grasses, the winery is kept naturally cool by its earthen construction. On the interior, two stories below the main entrance, is the meticulously managed barrel room where small wine lots are fermented, aged and artfully blended.
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V. Sattui Winery Coupon – NEW 2018 Wine Tasting Coupon!

V. Sattui Winery Coupon – NEW 2018 Wine Tasting Coupon!

Planning a visit to V. Sattui Winery (Marketplace) in Napa Valley? Well, download Winery Finder App for V. Sattui Winery Coupon, its a FREE App and it will give you wine tasting discounts to over 150 wineries in Napa Valley & Sonoma!! Be sure to enjoy V. Sattui’s Deli & Picnic Ground by choosing from over 200 cheeses, sandwiches and other food items.  This is one of the very few wineries where you can enjoy lunch along with your wine tasting, therefore a double benefit, find more info on V. Sattui Winery Marketplace Website.

V. Sattui Winery (Marketplace) Information:
V. Sattui Winery (Marketplace) and Italian Deli is a family-owned winery located in the heart of Napa Valley, which was founded in 1885 and makes more than 60 different wines with dozens of 90+ point rated wines among its current vintages. It is a stunning, must-see Napa Valley destination for picnics, weddings and events, offering an impressively robust Cheese Shop with more than 200 selections, an excellent Deli directed by Chef Gerardo Sainato, and a Salumeria directed by Stefano Masanti. The sprawling estate includes two-dozen picnic tables nestled beneath ancient Valley Oak trees and tri-level terraces that overlook beautifully manicured gardens and vineyards.  V. Sattui Winery weddings can also be a reality because this is one of the very few wineries where weddings are allowed in Napa Valley.  If you are thinking of buying wines? then is complete list of V. Sattui Wines, our favorite are V. Sattui Madiera & Rose Wine

V. Sattui Winery (Marketplace)
1111 White Ln, St Helena, CA 94574
(707) 963-7774
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Beringer Vineyards & Winery – NEW 2018 Wine Tasting Coupon!

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Beringer Winery Information:
Beringer Vineyards embodies the timeless appeal and seductive flavor of the Napa Valley. As the region’s oldest continuously operating winery, Beringer is an American wine icon built on 140 years of winemaking tradition. Visitors are welcome to walk our expansive grounds featuring the Rhine House, a seventeen room mansion that is a classic example of ornate Victorian architecture with many gables, turrets and ornaments. Enjoy its exquisite stained glass windows and historic architecture while tasting the Reserve and Single Vineyard wines that made Beringer the most awarded winery in Napa. For those who prefer light to medium-bodied and fruit-driven wines, visit the Old Winery, located behind the Rhine House, for wines that may be familiar plus some that are available exclusively at the winery. As the first winery to offer public tours, visitors are also invited to take a 30 minute or 60 minute tour that explores the caves, family history, and winemaking process. Whether you are new to wine tasting or a seasoned connoisseur, you’ll find that when you experience Beringer, you experience Napa Valley. Beringer Vineyards & Winery Hours are Daily: 10:00 – 5.  Beringer Vineyards & Winery tasting fees start at $30/person.  By permit, no weddings are allowed at Beringer Vineyards & Winery.
Beringer Vineyards
2000 Main St, St Helena, CA 94574
(707) 257-5771
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Napa Valley Wineries Wine Tasting Tips – 5 Do’s and Don’ts

Napa Valley Wineries Wine Tasting Tips – 5 Do’s and Don’ts

UPDATED 2018 – So, you are planning a trip to Napa Valley wineries for wine tasting? Below are some tips and 5 do’s & dont’s when wine tasting at Napa Valley wineries:

  • Do plan your trip. Wineries and tasting rooms literally come in all shapes and sizes. There are some “destination” wineries that are more about the sights and experience than about the wine. Some have huge gift stores, deli counters, gondolas or restaurants. And then some are just about the wine. Sometimes the guy pouring the wine is the dude who made it. Before you and your date or your (small or large) group of friends decide to embark into a wine tasting adventure, make sure the tasting rooms you’re thinking about hitting match your desired experience. Some are a small room inside the winemaking facilities or in the family home, open only by appointment. Some charge for a tasting, some (usually in less touristy areas) don’t. Some will waive the tasting fee if you buy a bottle – some won’t. Some are retail spaces on a busy street, completely independent from the winery. Some are large buildings with event spaces. Some cater to frat boys and bachelorette parties – many don’t. Some are dog-friendly, and some are definitely not. Not sure about what a winery’s website or Yelp page are telling you? Call the winery. Especially if you are a large (8+) group – there’s a reason some wineries have a “No Limo or Bus” sign – many of those groups are associated with loud, obnoxious gaggles of assholes who are just there to get buzzed, and buy very little wine. However, some places do cater those groups. Just make sure you plan your trip right.
  • Do abstain from wearing perfume/cologne or lipstick. Perfume gets in the way of the tasting experience. Plus, as a general rule, if anyone can smell you within 3 feet, it probably means you’re wearing too much of it. Lipstick on the rim of a wine glass is bad enough at a restaurant – in a winery tasting room, it’s downright tacky.
  • Do not hold the bottle – to check the back label, for instance – unless you ask the staff first. Please never touch the mouth, cap, spout or cork of said bottle.
  • Do stay the fuck home if you have a cold. I can’t believe the amount of people who not only show up with a cold, but have the nerve to tell me about it, complaining how their senses of smell and taste are affected. Keep your germs to yourself.
  • Do tip if you feel like it. Tipping is not customary, but always appreciated. The only reason you don’t see tip jars in tasting rooms is because traditionally, family members would man the tasting rooms. That’s no longer the case in most places. While tasting room staff makes more than most restaurant staff (above minimum wage), tips are always appreciated, especially if you feel the employee was informative, friendly, courteous, and/or helped carry your wine purchase to your vehicle.
  • Don’t ask to share a glass. If you can’t afford a tasting fee for each of you, you probably can’t afford to buy wine. This ain’t a 10-inch crème brûlée I’m bringing you guys, with two spoons to share after a decadent dinner. Plus, most of you sharing a glass are blabbing away, not keeping up with what you’re tasting, and forcing me to make sure you have both tasted the wine before I pour you the next one. So stop tasting each other’s saliva. Get each your own glass.
  • Don’t be a know-it-all. Chances are you will lose at this game – either by being schooled, or by looking like a pretentious jackass. Don’t ask us tasting room staff overly technical questions like the bottling pH of a wine, or what commercial yeast was used. We might know the answer, but we’re not the winemakers. Then again, be careful – in some small wineries or at special events, the guy pouring the wine might have had a hand in making it, and could embarrass you if you try showing off. Just be reasonable with your questions. If you really want to know the numbers about a specific wine, chances are there’s a technical sheet in front of you with all the answers – or maybe it’s on the winery’s website. Just enjoy the wine. We can probably tell you the essentials – where the fruit comes from, how long it was in the barrels, etc., and help you out with your tasting experience. But don’t try impressing your date by asking us tricky or overly technical questions. Even professional winemakers don’t do that in tasting rooms – they’ll go ask the winemaker himself.
  • Do try being in sync with your friends and you’re in a group or a couple doing the same flight or number of wines. Sometimes one group member is constantly lagging behind, still sipping their first wine while the other ones are two tastings further. This makes our job a lot more difficult, because we now have to keep track of which wine is next for you, or how many more pours you have. I’m good at this, but I also have to keep up with the rest of the room, ring orders, and all sorts of other tasks. I want you to enjoy yourself, but keep up with your friends. You don’t have to finish that wine if you are not really enjoying it – just pour it out, so you can try the next.
  • Do follow the suggested tasting order. There’s a reason we order the wines that way – white to red, dry to sweet, light to full-bodied. We can explain to you why. But don’t argue about it. Don’t go back three wines up – your tasting experience will be ruined. Just trust us on that one. We truly want you to have an optimal tasting experience, because that’s how we sell wine.
  • Don’t ask us if our wines are sulfite-free. Over 99.9% of all wines on the market – from the low to the high end – contain sulfites. I often hear people tell me European wines don’t have sulfites, or not as much. That’s utter bullshit. This myth probably comes from the fact that there are no mandatory “This wine contains sulfites” warning labels on wine bottles in Europe. Trust me, if a winery makes sulfite-free wines, you’ll know it – they’ll advertise it everywhere. And come on – don’t tell us you’re allergic to sulfites when really you’re just a lightweight. The irony is that imaginary sulfite sufferers often will stick to white wines, convinced the content of that sulfur dioxide byproduct is lighter. But it’s the other way around. Whites generally contain more sulfites than reds, because as a rule, they require more SO2 during the winemaking. And sulfites occur naturally to begin with. In reality, only 1% of the population is sensitive to sulfites to some level. You’re most likely not that special snowflake, unless you have been tested positive for it (and you should if you suspect you are, instead of self-diagnosing). Sulfites are probably not what caused your headache the day after you emptied those bottles of Zinfandel with your pack of cougars. That migraine is just called a hangover.
  • Don’t ask for discounts you’re not entitled to. The inter-winery discount is real. But it only applies to employees of other wineries. If you’re a grower, a restaurateur or work for a distributor, we might not offer you a discount, because why would we? The inter-winery discount makes sense because it’s reciprocal – I go to another winery, and they give me a discount on my purchases (and usually waive tasting fees). But if you’re a grower, what kind of discount are you going to offer me? Are you really going to give me a 30% discount on your grapes if I decide to buy them? If you have a restaurant, are you going to give me the same deal on my tab? I don’t think so. So don’t be an asshole about it. Most of us only give discounts to winery employees, or in some cases employees of businesses we do business with.
  • Don’t haggle on prices. It’s gross. Oddly enough, in my experience it’s people who seem quite well off who are the most likely to do this. We might give you an additional discount if you buy a case or more, but this ain’t a Moroccan market. See those prices on the list? That’s it. You drove an Audi to the tasting room and you’re wearing a Ralph Lauren dress. You can splurge for that $35 Cab you claimed to really like. Want a discount? Join the wine club. You can afford it, right?
  • Do be respectful. Avoid saying “This wine is so much better than the previous one”. Maybe you meant to say “I like this wine much better than the previous one”, in which case what you should probably say is simply “I really like this wine”. Even my 8-year old understands this. Reason is, it’s possible that the guy who made the wine you didn’t like is right there – he might even be the guy who poured the wine in your glass. So show some respect – you wouldn’t trash a dish in front of the chef unless it was horrible, now would you? Plus, in my experience, the folks who tend to make that etiquette faux pas also don’t know much about wine. But really, it’s probably because their taste buds are not tuned up for certain wines. So unless you’re comparing say, two Cabs from different vineyards or from different vintages, it doesn’t make much sense.
  • Don’t rinse your glass with water between wines. It will corrupt the acidity level of the wine we pour next, and completely change its taste. If you want to cleanse your palate, we’ll be happy in some places to provide you with a cup or another glass with water. If the next wine is radically different, we’ll rinse it with a bit of the wine we’re about to pour first, or we’ll give you a brand new glass. So as a general rule, don’t pour water in your tasting glass. Just trust us on that one.
  • Don’t ask us for bigger pours. Most tasting rooms use spouts that pour given amounts – 1/2, 3/4, 1 or 2 ounces, for instance. Others have trained staff that will pour without those but still deliver the desired amount. Whichever the situation, don’t ask us for a larger quantity. And for Dionysus’ sake, do not help yourself to an extra pour directly from the bottle sitting in front of you, like some asshole did right in front of me recently, arguing that in a bar, if a bottle is sitting on the counter, it’s fair game. “This is not a bar”, I told him. (Guy brought up his Southern heritage like it was some sort of excuse. He redeemed himself later with a $10 tip.)
  • Do spit if you want to pace yourself. It’s not gross to spit your wine in the designated container. In fact, that’s how pros do it. If you’re a lightweight or are driving, learn to do it properly. You can smell and taste a wine without swallowing it. Most wineries have buckets or spitoons to spit in, or will provide you with a plastic or paper cup. If they don’t have a container at the ready, please don’t hesitate to ask for a bucket or a cup – we’ll know exactly what you’re asking for. Make sure you put the container all the way to your mouth when you spit – making sure people can’t see the liquid come out of your mouth. But etiquette-wise, spitting is perfectly acceptable – and in fact recommended if you’re going to be hitting a few wineries that day, or if you’re serious about your experience.
  • Don’t ever be afraid of asking newbie questions. Ever. If you’re at a winery where you found the staff frowned upon it, don’t go back there. In most places, the staff will be happy to educate you about the basics of winemaking or wine tasting. Don’t be embarrassed about your lack of experience. Many employees or wine professionals love the opportunity to explain their passion to neophytes – plus, today’s newb might just be tomorrow’s loyal club member. Just make sure you’re not hogging counter space and monopolizing the attention of the staff if it gets busy.
  • Don’t go wine tasting to get buzzed. If that’s your thing, go to a bar instead, or throw a wine party at your place. Do not treat the tasting room like it’s a bar. We really want people to have a nice experience (because again, that’s how we sell wine), but sometimes the tasting fee barely covers the wine we’re pouring, labor and overhead costs. So make room for the people who are behind you. Don’t linger for an hour sipping your flight while we have to cater to a busy room. If you want to socialize, many wineries have events for their club members, or special dinners, or social events. Just be considerate. And while we are not a bar, like a bar we have trained employees who will refuse to serve you if you’ve had enough.
  • Don’t ask us which ones are our best wines. Tell us what you usually like, and we’ll suggest the ones you should try. Don’t assume “estate wines” are the best wines. Don’t assume the more expensive wines are the better ones either. You can ask us what our flagship wines are, for instance, or what we’re known for. But if we’re pouring a wine, chances are – we think it’s good. And sometimes, it’s that deep-discounted Dry Riesling no one is buying that we like the most, but it’s also the one that’s the least popular among visitors. So just tell us what you are into, and we’ll figure out which flight or which wines you should try.
  • Don’t bring your kids. They don’t care about wine, and no winery I know has kid-friendly facilities. Don’t feel entitled to finding a kid playground, or an area with crayons and coloring books – this ain’t Chucky Cheese’s. Leave them with grandma or a babysitter.
  • Do bring your dogs if the winery is dog-friendly, but as I mentioned before, plan your trip.
  • Do have a designated driver – unless you spit (see above). Driving drunk is fucking stupid and easily deadly. Don’t underestimate how drunk you can get on tasting wine. 5 one-ounce pours – a typical flight – is a full glass of wine. For an average person, 15 minutes later you will be legally drunk. If you’re planning on hitting several wineries and taste more wine, learn to spit, or have a buddy drive you around. Buy them dinner and/or a bottle of wine as a thank-you at the end of the day.

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Sterling Vineyards & Winery – NEW 2018 Wine Tasting Coupon!

Sterling Vineyards & Winery – NEW 2018 Wine Tasting Coupon!

Planning a visit to Sterling Vineyards & Winery in Napa Valley?  Well, download Winery Finder App for wine tasting discount coupon at Sterling Vineyards & Winery!, the app is FREE and it will save you pretty good amount of money to over 100 wineries in Napa Valley & Sonoma!  Meanwhile, If you are visiting Napa Valley for the very first time then we HIGHLY RECOMMEND purchasing an Audio Tour for Napa Valley. This audio tour does an incredible job of educating about Napa Valley via vivid story telling so that everyone in your group has much more richer experience from their visit. You can play it in your car as you drive to Napa Valley or on your smartphone as you visit wineries. It will make your visit to Napa Valley even more memorable as you will learn so much about why Napa Valley is so famous, how to taste wines like a pro (or at least pretend like it), what single event put Napa Valley on the world map, how is wine made, how to read wine labels, how is harvesting done, what is the difference between Champagne & Sparkling wine etc etc.

Sterling Winery Information:

Perched 300 feet above the town of Calistoga, Sterling Vineyards offers unparalleled panoramic views of Napa Valley. An aerial tram carries visitors up the hill to the winery, whose architecture was modeled after that of the Greek island of Mykonos, where Sterling founder Peter Newton once lived. The brilliant white stucco stands out dramatically against the rugged Mayacamas and Vaca mountain ranges that flank each side of Napa Valley. Sterling Vineyards & Winery Hours are Daily: 10:30 – 5, its closed on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve, and New Year’s Day. Sterling Vineyards & Winery – Sky Tram Fee = $30/per Adult, $15/per for under 21 years of age and FREE for Under 3 years  of age.  By permit, no weddings are allowed at Sterling Vineyards & Winery.
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2018 BEST NAPA WINE TRAIN DEAL – Get $112 DISCOUNT on Napa Valley Wine Train!

2018 BEST NAPA WINE TRAIN DEAL – Get $112 DISCOUNT on Napa Valley Wine Train!

You have come to the right place for Napa Wine Train Deals & coupons, we will show you how to get $112 OFF Napa Valley Wine Train.  Are you planning to go on the Napa Valley Wine Train when visiting Napa Valley? Wine Train is one of the most romantic ways to experience Napa Valley, you will cherish the memories for lifetime.  The experience will be even better if you can save some money and do not have to pay full price. Meanwhile, if you are visiting Napa Valley for the very first time then we HIGHLY RECOMMEND purchasing an Audio Tour for Napa Valley. This audio tour does an incredible job of educating about Napa Valley via vivid story telling so that everyone in your group has much more richer experience from their visit. You can play it in your car as you drive to Napa Valley or on your smartphone as you visit wineries. It will make your visit to Napa Valley even more memorable as you will learn so much about why Napa Valley is so famous, how to taste wines like a pro (or at least pretend like it), what single event put Napa Valley on the world map, how is wine made, how to read wine labels, how is harvesting done, what is the difference between Champagne & Sparkling wine etc etc.

Okay, back to the Napa Wine Train deal, you can occasionally also find Napa Wine Train deals on Winery Finder App. There are several packages you can choose for Wine Train but Napa Valley Wine Train pricing directly on their website for the Gourmet Express Dinner is $186.99/person, that’s $372 for two people.  Costco is your best friend when it comes to Napa Wine Train deals.  Costco sells the Napa Valley Wine Train gift e-certificate for $249.99 for two people on the Gourmet Express Dinner or Lunch train.  That’s significant savings for two people on the Napa Valley Wine Train.  Actually the Costco deals gets even better because Costco e-certificate includes private seating for which Napa Valley Wine Train charges you extra $15/person.  So by the time you add up all the savings, you are actually getting really really a good Napa Wine Train deal that gets you whopping $112 off discount for 2 people on the Napa Valley Wine Train.  Costco’s website shows that they are currently out of this deal but you can usually walk into a physical Costco store and grab the certificate to buy the deal in store.  We were able to see plenty of them in stock at following Costco locations:

Have fun in Napa Valley, take plenty of pictures as it is truly paradise on earth.  Feel free to explore our website for wine tasting discounts if you will be also visiting Napa Valley wineries for wine tasting, you can also download Winery Finder App to find Napa & Sonoma wine tasting coupons from over 120 wineries.

Here is another article if the Napa Valley Wine Train is – worth it?

Here are also Napa Valley Wine Train Yelp reviews to see what Yelpers are saying about it.

Here are also Napa Valley Wine Train reviews on TripAdvisor to see how they are rated.

Here are Napa Valley Wine Train videos on YouTube

Here are Napa Valley Wine Train photos on Pinterest

Here are Napa Valley Wine Train photos & videos on Instagram

Here is a Napa Valley Wine Train Map

Here is Napa Valley Wine Train menu

Here is the entire Napa Valley Wine Train route – entire 3mile route map

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Best time to visit Napa Valley & Why?

BEST TIME TO VISIT NAPA VALLEY AND WHY?

Best time to visit Napa Valley and why?

UPDATED 2018 – Summer, Spring or Winter, what is the best time to visit Napa Valley for wine lovers or 1st time visitors to Napa Valley? Read on as we explain based on following three factors, if spring (March/April) OR can fall (September/October) be the best time to visit Napa Valley?
1. Weather
2. Pricing
3. Crowds

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Weather –
Summer can be too hot, Winter can be too cold.  Wanna know why Spring especially the months of March & April are the best time to visit Napa Valley? Well, rains are just starting to clear out and the mustards are in full bloom.  One other big plus is that the crowds haven’t arrived yet either therefore Napa Valley hotel rates are not sky high yet.  Be sure to bring your cameras b/c you will be taking plenty of great photos of Napa Valley Mustard. Here is a more detailed article on FAQ: Napa Valley Weather – WHAT TO WEAR & WHEN?

Pricing –
Again during Summer and holidays the hotel rates in Napa Valley can sky rocket.  Sometimes the rates in Napa Valley are even more expensive then hotel rates in San Francisco this is if you are lucky to get a reservation especially during the weekends.  Holidays are another time of the year when rates spike.  During the rainy season (Dec, Jan, Feb) the hotel rates are lower but there are rains.  March/April is that sweet spot when you can get really good deals on hotel rates because the tourists haven’t really started to flock in yet.  Napa Valley Wineries, hotels, spas, tour companies etc are also more likely to offer discounts during this time of year, many of the discounts for Napa Valley can be found at following sites:

Napa Valley & Sonoma – Wine Tasting Coupons, hotel deals & discounts

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Crowds –
Summers and holidays in Napa Valley can be incredibly busy, tons of tourists flocking every winery they can get into.  Hotels get booked, tour companies get full, hot air balloon rides get sold out etc.  Therefore again Spring (March/April) is the best time to visit Napa Valley because the crowds/tourists haven’t really started to come in yet.  You will not see…. READ MORE ON QUORA

Can Fall also be the best time to visit Napa Valley?
Yes, if you are really into wine and want to learn everything about it and see wineries fully working then early fall months (September & October) is absolutely the best time to visit Napa Valley.  We say this because wine harvesting happens around this time of the year in Napa Valley.  You can see workers picking grapes, trucks carrying them into wineries, crushers crushing the grapes.  During fall months the entire valley smells like wine. You can even book Grape Stomping at some wineries so you can personally experience what does it feel like to stomp grapes with your own feet.  Yes, the prices will be high during during fall, but the summer crowds are gone by now and the weather tends not to be as HOT as summer months.

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Napa Valley Weather - What to Wear?

Napa Valley Weather – WHAT TO WEAR WHEN?

NAPA VALLEY WEATHER – WHAT TO WEAR WHEN?

Are you planning to visit Wine Country and wondering what is the Napa Valley weather each season, each month? READ ON as we help you decide WHAT TO WEAR and what is the best time to visit Napa Valley.  We live update Napa Valley weather daily, hourly, monthly & each season.  

According to SmarterTravel.com – Throughout the year, the Napa Valley is one of California’s most beautiful destinations. In spring, the hills surrounding the valley are still lush from the winter rains and the mustard flowers are in full bloom; while in summer, the grape vines are green and sprawling. Around harvest-time in the fall, the leaves on the vines offer spectacular shows of color. In winter, the vines are bare, though the green grass returns and the wine tastings continue. Spring, summer, and fall draw crowds, while winter is a quieter visitor READ MORE on SmarterTravel.com

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SPRING – NAPA VALLEY WEATHER IN FEBRUARY, MARCH & ARPIL

According to AboutTravel.com – Forget that artificial “first day of spring” that shows up on your calendar in March. Wine Country spring starts in February and it lasts through early May.

On the average, daytime high temperatures during February & March can be in the 60s and 70s °F and lows from the mid-40s to mid-50s.

So, what to wear for Napa Valley weather in February, March, April & May? Well, Napa Valley weather can be variable this time of year. During February & March it tends to be a bit chilly during mornings & nights in Napa Valley, therefore wear layered clothing.  During the day, it can warm up but does not get too hot.  In April & May, weather in Napa Valley starts heating up, even nights and mornings get warmer therefore you can wear pretty light clothing during these two month.  In a wet year, you might get rained on in February (sometimes even early March). February is Napa’s wettest month. Chances of rain taper off as the year goes on, but March is still on the higher side of precipitation – on average. Dont let that worry you, though: most tasting experiences are indoors. Wineries also adjust their walking vineyard tours according to weather.  Bring an umbrella & rain jacket/rain boots and you will be just fine even during the rainy season in Napa Valley. A clear spring day is a great time to enjoy the view from wineries.  

Mustard plants growing between the grapevines starts blooming in spring. It’s a spectacular sight, with yellow carpets of blooms everywhere. other years, it’s more like a dusting of yellow.

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SUMMER – NAPA VALLEY WEATHER IN MAY, JUNE & JULY

According to Destination360.com – For many people, summer is the best time to visit because Napa Valley weather is just perfect during May, June, July & August. It’s also the busiest of the Napa seasons for tourism. Hot weather from June through August makes relaxing on a patio with a glass of wine divine, and the valley fills with out-of-towners and local visitors, especially on weekends. Napa Valley weather in May, June, July & August is generally very hot and dry, with blue and sunny skies. So, what should you wear for the Napa Valley weather in May, June, July & August?  Well, very light clothing such as t-shirts and shorts or just a shirt and pant will be enough without a need for any jacket or sweater. Keep plenty of ice cold water with you to stay cool because the heat and wine can dehydrate you very quickly.  If you purchase any wines then be sure not to keep the bottles in the hot trunk of your car for too many hours because the wine will spoil in high temperature.  From mid-May through mid-October, rain is rare. Summer daytime temperatures are generally in the 90s, though overnight temperatures cool to the mid-50s to mid-… READ MORE on Destination360.com

FALL – NAPA VALLEY WEATHER IN AUGUST, SEPTEMBER, OCTOBER

According to NapaValeyHotelandSuites.com – Fall is a magical time of year when the weather turns a little cooler, the leaves paper the trees with their jeweled, colored decadence and the sky darkens a little earlier.  Some areas of the country experience cooler and almost cold conditions, making it difficult to sit in nature and truly experience the Indian summer. Other areas, in the southern regions continue to feel the heat and humidity of summertime, giving residents and visitors the ongoing feeling of… READ MORE on NapaValeyHotelandSuites.com

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WINTER – NAPA VALLEY WEATHER IN NOVEMBER, DECEMBER & JANUARY

According to Goldenhaven.com – Winter in the Napa Valley is mild in comparison to most other places. Temperatures in the 70’s are not unheard of, while the lows hardly ever go below freezing. While there is rain, there are also long periods of.. READ MORE on GoldenHaven.com

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Top 5 Sonoma Valley wineries on Yelp

Top 5 Sonoma Valley wineries on Yelp

UPDATED 2018 – Everyone wants to go to Napa Valley but what about Sonoma Valley, its equally breathtakingly beautiful.  There are lots of great wineries to choose from but what are the Top 5 Sonoma Valley wineries on Yelp? Yelp is one of the most searched apps and websites when it comes to finding what to do & where to go. Below is a list of Top 5 Sonoma Valley wineries on Yelp, did yours make the list?

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Ravenswood Winery – 268 total reviews on Yelp
Jessica C. 10/29/2015
Updating my review. Since my last note, we got engaged at Ravenswood and the staff was totally in on the surprise last year. They were so genuinely enthusiastic…I swear they are like extended family and are definitely long distance friends. I love the ravens!  So puppy friendly on the patio. We brought our 5 month ridgeback here in late September. She had ..READ MORE

Charles K. 10/24/2015
This review is long overdue. My girlfriend and I had never gone wine tasting together before but after trying some Ravenswood at a dinner party a few months back, we decided that we needed to visit the winery to see what else they had offered.   It was a beautiful Sunday: clear blue skies, not a single wisp of white clouds in the sky. Unfortunately, we had just missed the daily winery tour but still quite worth the trip!  The cheese plate was the perfect complement to the zinns we tried. We started off with the.. READ MORE

Vivian H. 10/19/2015
Great winery, with none of that uppity ambiance of other nearby places. I love that it’s more mellow and casual.   The staff were very friendly and generous. We got to try 4-5 tastings, and a couple extra tastings of their off-menu reserve wines. Loved their .. READ MORE

Sebastiani Vineyards – 187 total reviews on yelp
Sophia Y. 8/9/2015
Came here with a friend for the wine tour and tasting. This place is beautiful and has so much to see. It was not your typical winery tour.  The castle was amazing with so many hidden gems to see. We really enjoyed the tour and.. READ MORE

Sherry L. 7/11/2015
Beautiful winery just a few short blocks walking distance from downtown Sonoma square. This winery is super dog friendly. The interior tasting room is spacious and comfortable — you can taste standing up by the counter or stead at one of their big tables. There is also outdoor seating by their beautiful grounds and fountain. Definitely a great place to lounge and enjoy the gorgeous.. READ MORE

Clarice O. 11/08/2015
Perfect place to celebrate your Anniversary!
Behind-the-scenes tour of the oldest, continuously operating vineyard in the Sonoma Valley, intimate wine tasting of Private Reserve selections, and a gourmet Lunch by the fountain in.. READ MORE

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Roche Winery — 122 total reviews on yelp
Patricia Patti P W. 11/22/2015
I have lived in California for almost 36 years now and have come to Napa and Sonoma since I was 19 years old and a sailor.  I now come with my husband on a semi-annual basis as we are looking to relocate here especially in the Santa Rosa/Sonoma area in the next five years. I haven’t been to Sonoma in a while (3 years) so my husband decided that we should take a hectic country ride to Sonoma on a Wednesday afternoon. They were blessed with 80 degree weather after a storm on Monday night (the first week of November), so we decided to walk around town.  I have never seen so many white wealthy.. READ MORE

Virginia T. 9/21/2015
This place is more like a cozy little wine room than a full winery, so there weren’t any fancy grounds to stroll through, but the wine tasting was such a great deal!  My friends and I did the Family Tasting option for $10. We got to try 6 wines, 3 sweet wines and 3 barrel tastings. That’s TWELVE tastings for only $10!! Our hosts didn’t elaborate too much on the wines themselves; not a whole lot of talk on what to expect from your glass or the history of grapes you’re about to consume, but.. READ MORE

Lisette C. 9/21/2015
Sadly our experience at Roche was not as good as everyone else’s.  The good Yelp reviews lead us here but we felt a little bamboozled.  Harry, our host did not seem to be in a good mood and the Wine Club pitch was HARD from the moment we walked in the tasting room.  I think he mentioned the wine club before every pour, so 6 times!  He recited the wine descriptions in a monotone voice, until he got to the .. READ MORE

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Top 3 Napa Restaurants on Yelp

Top 3 Napa Restaurants on Yelp

UPDATED 2018 – Curious which are Top 3 Napa Restaurants on Yelp, you will like this list because before going to Napa Valley do you check yelp to read reviews for restaurants? We thought we make it easier for you and list Top 3 Napa restaurants on Yelp. Yelp is one of the most searched  Apps & websites when it comes to finding what to do. See if some of your favorites make the list.

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Morimoto Napa – 2041 total reviews on Yelp
Stacie S. 
Went here tonight and my overall rating is actually a 3.5 due to the modern, chill ambience and pleasant, attentive service.  I give a 3 for the food – it was good, but not extraordinary bomb like I was expecting from an iron chef’s restaurant. Ordered the duck duck goose entree and each item on the ..READ MORE

Caroline H..
Have always love this place for their Japanese fusion but my wallet also always come up short in here. Thank god I don’t live in .. READ MORE

Ada L.
My husband and I stayed in downtown Napa during our honeymoon, and walked around on our first night to figure out where to eat. We ended up dining at Morimoto, and it was the perfect choice. Since it was our honeymoon, we didn’t hold back and dined on a spread of Toro Tartare, a variety of sashimi, Surf and Turf, Sea Urchin Carbonara, and Mori-Monkey Bread.  We saw the Toro Tartare being.. READ MORE

Gott’s Roadside – 1242 total reviews on yelp
Nicki W. 
Stopped by Gotts while I was in town visiting my Dad. It was a nice fall day out, and it was busy! We were able to grab a picnic table in the back.  The product is high quality here, and the burgers are made to order. They’ve also got.. READ MORE

Stanley C. 
Ketchup Ketchup Ketchup!!!  Oddly enough, the thing I love about this place is that they serve Sir Kensington ketchup, which I had to take a picture of so I could remember it. It tastes like cocktail sauce but sweeter and it’s.. READ MORE

Karina T. 
I love this place! For lunch or for dinner.   They seriously have the BEST sweet potato fries I have ever had… seriously. Haha. They also have garlic fries which are also delicious. I ordered the fish and.. READ MORE

The Boon Fly Cafe — 1153 total reviews on yelp
Leah E. 
Wine tasting on an empty stomach is never a good idea. After our first stop at Hess we were looking for some good eats.  Boon Fly Cafe sounds like the name of some.. READ MORE

Donna S.. 
You have to go here!! It’s fantastic.  !!   Start to finish!   I love the way they have transformed the building into a really cozy and unique place to get a glass of wine or have a lunch or dinner.   It’s located at Carneros. Vineyards and resort.  The service is.. READ MORE

Heather S. 
Cute breakfast spot! Really adored the bench swings outside of the restaurant. Breakfast was delightful but a little overpriced for the portions given. We ordered:   1) Four Boon Fly Donuts and a Cuppa Joe – donuts were .. READ MORE

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Domaine Chandon NEW Wine Tasting Tour Discount Coupon Deal

Domaine Chandon Winery Coupon – 2018 FREE WINE TASTING COUPON!

In 2018 are you visiting Domaine Chandon Napa Valley?  The visit will be even sweeter with the Domaine Chandon coupon for wine tasting discount.  Domaine Chandon was the first winery to be established in the United States by a French wine and spirits producer, Moët Hennessy. Today, Chandon is America’s leading sparkling wine producer, applying méthode traditionnelle techniques to showcase the ripe fruit and vibrant character of California.   Domaine Chandon initially planted vineyards in Mt. Veeder and Yountville and then quickly became one of the first to farm in Los Carneros. With this expertise, the winery expanded its portfolio to include still wines, including Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay. It later added Cabernet Sauvignon made from grapes grown on the estate surrounding the winery and its hillside vineyards on Mt. Veeder.  Domaine Chandon Winery discount coupon is only available on the Winery Finder App CLICK HERE to get the app.
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TOP 5 NAPA VALLEY WINERIES ON YELP

Top 5 Napa Valley wineries on Yelp

UPDATED 2018 – Before going to Napa Valley do you check yelp for wineries? We thought it would be great idea to list top 5 Napa Valley wineries on Yelp. Yelp is one of the most searched apps and websites when it comes to finding what to do & where to go. See if some of your favorites make the list.

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V. Sattui – 2485 total reviews on Yelp
Kris F. 3/25/2016
One of my hands down favorite places!!! For $15 you get to taste 6 amazing wines…but we had an amazing guide who had us try a few more according to what he thought we would like. And he didn’t fail us AT ALL! We left with a few more bottles than planned but extremely happy with what we got! I’m definitely a sweet white wine type of person and I loved the Gamay Rough (taste like juice), Dry Reisling, and the Moscato Frizzante. Can’t wait to crach those bottles open here at home! The deli is amazing and picnic grounds are gorgeous! We got some pasta salad, jambalaya, and veggie salad and sat outside to eat on the beautiful grounds. I will be back in a heartbeat!..READ MORE

Linda H. 4/7/2016
Omg this place is adorable!  This was our first stop in Napa to grab lunch.  I would recommend getting here before noon on a Saturday because the line for the BBQ and food started winding around the place! Plus wouldn’t you like to get your Napa adventure started early because everything closes by 4pm-6pm anyways, so get here early, claim a table, buy a bottle(s) inside the winery to share, and picnic out in the sun with your lunch with all of your girlfriends.   They have a great BBQ stand going on weekends with ribs, shrimp skewers, etc. I was too full from gorging on buttery pastries in the morning to enjoy anything hearty so I got their freshly made mozzarella instead. Best decision ever! It’s made to order right in front of you while .. READ MORE

Sheena A. 4/7/2016
I always come to V Sattui when I’m in Wine Country. This place is always bustling with people and at times can feel like they’re just burning and turning. The staff, nonetheless, is always friendly and super knowledgable. There are many notable wines here. Although I’m not generally into dessert wines, V Sattui has some very enjoyable ones. They’ve also got a nice marketplace with seafood, Italian cold.. READ MORE

Castello di Amorosa – 1963 total reviews on yelp
Asenath N. 11/16/2015
Came here with a friend for the wine tour and tasting. This place is beautiful and has so much to see. It was not your typical winery tour.  The castle was amazing with so many hidden gems to see. We really enjoyed the tour and.. READ MORE

Goldie J. 11/10/2015
Dario Sattui’s Castello di Amorosa (Castle of Love)-is a must see if you are going to be in the area! You can’t miss this Italian medieval Castle!  It is one of the most interesting Winery’s I have ever been too. This 121,000 square feet, 8 level (4 of which are underground) castle has.. READ MORE

Clarice O. 11/08/2015
Castello di Amorosa is one of the places I pick when I am taking out-of-town family and friends to Napa. The gorgeous castle and grounds are always a big hit and totally help my argument that living in California is way more awesome than living in (insert whichever state they.. READ MORE

Domaine Carneros — 1146 total reviews on yelp
Jenna G. 11/11/2015
Such a great winery. The view is so beautiful and the service is wonderful.  I always get the red wine sampler because I’m not a huge fan of sparkling wine, which is what they are known for. The reds are delicious, and the sparkling wine cheese plate is perfect! (It has Mt. Tam which is the.. READ MORE

Chrys S. 11/5/2015
If you want to learn how sparkling wine is made, then this is the place for you. It lasts about 90 minutes. Al, our guide, was very kind and answered all our questions. The guided tour includes sparkling wine tasting (3 different.. READ MORE

Amy T. 10/30/2015
Domaine Carneros is my absolute favorite winery in Napa.  Most people will argue that this isn’t a good representation of Napa Valley, but we loved it.  They serve sparkling wines (California Champagne) with an assortment of.. READ MORE

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Domaine Chandon – 949 total reviews on yelp
Margs K. 9/28/2015
really like the modern design of this winery.  They not only offer tastings, but you can order full glasses of champagne cocktails like bellinis and mimosas as well.   I went on a very busy Saturday afternoon, and the..READ MORE

Trina J. 7/04/2015
To sum it up, we liked it so much that we joined the wine club. Think this place is all about the bubbly? Think again. The still wines are great too.  Upon arriving on Thursday evening an hour before closing for a drop in tour, we were greeted at the door and guided upstairs for a tasting. Our host Aaron was very nice and engaging.  His humor, knowledge and relaxed demeanor was a.. READ MORE

Matt R. 9/19/2015
Joined friends for the beginning of a beautiful day in Napa at Domaine Chandon. Great lunch and great company make for a fantastic start to a day!  Country pork terrine was a great match with the champagne and we can’t wait to come back. My wife had the sparkling red champagne and it was a little.. READ MORE

Artesa – 801 total reviews on yelp
Wendy J. 10/16/2015
Love Artesa Winery… It’s the most Beautiful , scenic winery with the most Amazing views in the Napa Valley.  The staircase and fountain are a great entrance, and when you get to the top of the stairs the view is simply stunning.  Wonderful landscaping around the property some great art work further enhances the experience.  The main tasting room is quite large, accommodating many large groups of guest.   In the tasting room you have 2 choices of.. READ MORE

Randi B. 10/14/2015
My friend is a member at Artesa and we stopped here on our way home. Unfortunately, we got there 10 minutes before closing, so we weren’t able to do a tasting. They did allow her to get her pickup and gave us each one generous pour of a wine of our choice. I had the chardonnay, and i liked it. I thought it was nice of them to do that even though tasting had ended 30 minutes prior.   We went and sat on the private member’s tasting patio. NICE! Loved it, really wish we could have done a.. READ MORE

Alanna B. 10/12/2015
Artesa is a very modern and contemporary style winery. It is a very popular winery and can get packed quickly. There is a general tasting offered at $25.00. However, if you wanted to do a reserved wine tasting where it was on the Terrace outside with great views and your own private table, I think we paid $35.00/pp? Either way, I highly recommend this choice.  We didn’t have to wait, and we could pace ourselves while enjoying the scenery. We did not.. READ MORE

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