Napa Valley Businesses: Who is Open and Closed

The majority of the businesses in Napa Valley have reopened their doors and look forward to your visit. Many are offering specials and donating a % of tasting fees, hotel booking fees, etc. to support all those affected by the fires. There are only a handful of businesses still closed, see list below.

EVENTS & SPECIAL OFFERS TO BENEFIT VICTIMS OF FIRE

  • Winery Offers

  • Grgich Hills Estate, 100% of bar tasting fees will be donated to Napa Valley Community Disaster Relief Fund now through Nov 30th.
  • HALL Wines, 100% of tour and tasting fees will be donated to fire relief community fund through end of October
  • Peju Province Winery, 20% of the proceeds from all online sales will be donated to the Napa Valley Disaster Relief Fund through end of October
  • Cornerstone Cellars, 10% of the proceeds of all sales will be donated to The Napa Valley Community Foundation through end of October
  • Ma(i)sonry, 10% of the proceeds of all wine sales will be donated to the Napa Valley Disaster Relief Fund through end of November
  • Other Offers

  • Napa Vacation Homes, donating a portion of reservation proceeds now through the end of the year to local non-profit organizations.
  • Napkins Bar & Grill, 10% of the proceeds of all sales will be donated to The Napa Valley Community Foundation through end of October

CLOSED

  • Hotels

  • Silverado Resort & Spa, open 10/28
  • Trailside Inn, open 11/3
  • Wineries & Tasting Rooms

  • Brown Estate, open 11/2
  • Hess Collection Winery (winery location on Mount Veeder closed, but pop-up tasting room at CIA at Copia open daily, 12pm-7pm)
  • Kenzo Estate Winery
  • Signorello Estate
  • Sinegal Estate Winery
  • William Hill Estate
  • Things To Do

  • Blue Note Napa
  • Petrified Forest
  • Robert Louis Stevenson State Park
  • Skyline Wilderness Park, open for RV camping only