For the first time in its 27-year history, Napa Valley Wine Train is planning a service that will deposit tourists at a string of Upvalley wineries for tours and tastings.
Participants say this elegant service, called “Quattro Vino,” is a way for wineries to host visitors without further congesting Highway 29.
Wine Train’s new owners, Noble House Hotels & Resorts and partner Brooks Street, said the new excursion train will stop at four Napa Valley wineries.
For $249 per person, riders will board a new one-car train – a second car will be added shortly – for a six-hour, 36-mile tour up and down the valley.
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