- Robert Mondavi Winery in Oakville Rutherford
- Charles Krug Winery in St Helena
- Domaine Carneros by Taittinger in Napa
- Grgich Hills Estate in Oakville Rutherford
- Pine Ridge Vineyards in Napa
- Chateau Montelena Winery in Calistoga
- Paraduxx Napa Valley in Yountville
- Louis M. Martini Winery in St Helena
- Beringer Vineyards in St Helena
- Castello di Amorosa in Calistoga
- Stags’ Leap Winery in Napa
- Mumm Napa in Oakville Rutherford
Napa Valley Winery Visitor Map
Whether you’re hoping to locate your favorite winery or need inspiration for a wine tasting itinerary along the Silverado Trail, our handy winery map makes it easy to view Napa Valley’s wineries all in one place. We’ve even included helpful details like which wineries require reservations and which accept walk-ins. Download it, print it, use it!
Napa Valley Appellation (AVA) Map
Though only 30 miles long and five miles across at its widest point, don’t let Napa Valley’s size fool you; Napa Valley is home to 16 distinct sub-appellations, each with unique microclimates, soil types, and grapes planted. Download our map to better understand the region, then read our introduction to Napa Valley AVAs
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Getting to KnowNapa Valley Wine Country
Where is the Napa Valley region?
Napa Valley is located 50 miles northeast of San Francisco and consists of several destination-worthy towns, including Calistoga, St. Helena, Rutherford, and Oakville, with the southernmost city of Napa being the largest and most well-known.
How many wineries are there in Napa Valley?
Napa Valley is home to over 400 wineries, most of which are family owned. From the historic to the modern, wineries with hilltop views to ones nestled among the vineyards, each winery offers something unique and memorable.
Can you walk to wineries in Napa?
While you can walk between tasting rooms in downtown Napa, the majority of Napa Valley’s wineries are spread throughout the region and best visited by car, train, bicycle, trolley, or limo. Private tours with Beau Wine Tours or Pure Luxury Transportation make it easy to experience several wineries in one day.
What is the best airport to fly into for Napa Valley?
Napa Valley is located an hour north of San Francisco and is easily accessible from five different area airports: SFO, OAK, STS, SMF, and APC. While the Napa County Airport (APC) is the closest, the other airports are generally within an hour’s drive.
How far is it from San Francisco to Napa Valley?
Located just 50 miles apart, it typically takes an hour to drive from San Francisco to the city of Napa, situated in the southernmost part in the valley. If driving to St. Helena or Calistoga in the northern part of Napa Valley, you can expect an additional 20 – 30 minutes of drive time.
How far is Napa from Sonoma?
The city of Napa and the city of Sonoma are only 14 miles apart, but with Sonoma County and Napa Valley showcasing their own unique climatic conditions, landscapes, and wine styles, the two regions tend to feel much further away from each other.