Napa Valley is well known for producing some of the world’s best wines. Full-bodied Cabernets, fruity Merlots, and buttery Chardonnays are just a few of the dozens of varietal wines presented by the 400-plus wineries that pepper these fertile soils. Buy a Covet Pass, or download our Napa Valley Winery Map.
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Getting to KnowNapa Valley Wine Country
What is the most beautiful winery in Napa Valley?
Napa Valley boasts some of the most beautiful wineries in the world. From a stunning French-inspired chateau or views of lush, sun-drenched vineyards, click here to view our list of most beautiful Napa Valley wineries.
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.
What are the best wineries to visit in Napa Valley?
The famous Napa Valley wine region is host to numerous wineries of distinct charm, beauty, and special tasting experiences. Check out our list of Popular Wineries with locals and travelers alike and choose for yourself!
How much is a Napa Valley wine tour?
Many wineries offer tour and tasting experiences which may include an insider’s look at the winemaking process or a walk through the vineyards with a glass of wine in hand. These experiences average anywhere from $75-$125.
How much are wine tastings in Napa?
Wine tastings typically average $30-$40 per person for a classic tasting. Consider buying COVET PASS which offers complimentary tastings year-round at select wineries in California and Baja, Mexico.
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. View our winery map.