Beyond the countless unique venues, world-class wineries, 10 Michelin Stars, and 200-plus days of sunshine, visitors will discover that it is the spirit of collaboration that give meetings in the Napa Valley a flavor all their own.

Customized group breakout sessions focus on growing as a team, while encouraging a culture of cooperation and innovation -- much in the same way Napa Valley wineries rely on each other’s expertise to ensure a successful harvest for the entire region.

From the city of American Canyon in the south, to the northernmost city of Calistoga, the Napa Valley boasts more than 130 lodging properties and 5000 guest rooms, ranging from five-star luxury resorts to intimate bed and breakfasts. The Valley also offers more than 500,000 square feet of available meeting space from ballrooms to barrel rooms and wine caves to vineyards. For events booked January through April 2019, Visit Napa Valley offers complimentary round-trip transportation to an off-site event (*terms and conditions apply).

Listed below is a highlight of where to crush your next meeting in the Napa Valley.

Hotels

Napa

With its innovative spaces, Andaz Napa offers multiple options for corporate meetings, training classes and social events. The 2,000-square-foot Great Room is ideal for live entertainment ranging from DJ’s to acoustic guitarists. The 4,200-square-foot outdoor Mercantile Terrace offers an eclectic urban oasis for all groups, with firepits for cooler evenings.          
Website: hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/california/andaz-napa                                                   
PR Contact:
Michael Bergin, michael.bergin@andaz.com

ARCHER Hotel Napa, a luxury, boutique, new-build hotel, offers more than 17,000 square feet of indoor-outdoor meeting and event space. The two-story Grand Salon, totaling 2,540 square feet, features reclaimed wine barrel wood paneling and an adjacent pre-function area with an additional 850+ square feet. For slightly smaller events, there is a secondary event room (1,700 square feet), as well as two breakout rooms, both nearly 600 square feet. The expansive rooftop bar provides views of downtown Napa and 7,000 square feet of function space. Charlie Palmer Steak is the hotel’s culinary partner for all meetings and events.
Website: archerhotel.com/napa                                                                                                              
PR Contact: Carla Caccavale, CarlaCaccavalePR@gmail.com

Carneros Resort and Spa welcomes groups and corporate gatherings to experience a taste of Napa Valley with the resort’s new farmer’s market style ‘Strolling Dinner.’ Featuring a variety of customizable tasting stations, Carneros Resort encourages alternative team-building and non-traditional breakout sessions. Situated on 28 acres surrounded by rolling vineyards, Carneros Resort and Spa provides the ultimate flexibility for a wine country meeting or event, with 15,000 square feet of inspiring indoor and outdoor venues.
Website: carnerosresort.com
PR Contact: Danielle Logan Rienas, dlogan@wagstaffworldwide.com

Churchill Manor Bed and Breakfast offers the exclusive use of a 10,000-square-foot restored mansion, located on a private acre, within walking distance of downtown restaurants, tasting rooms, shopping, and entertainment venues. The veranda and gardens can accommodate up to 150 guests and the interior common areas offer grand parlors and theater seating for up to 40.  The licensed commercial kitchen allows for cooking classes and onsite chef-prepared meals. Churchill Manor also features 10 overnight guest rooms (plus an additional 26 rooms at the adjacent bed and breakfasts).
Website: churchillmanor.com
PR Contact: Joanna Guidotti, joanna@churchillmanor.com

Embassy Suites by Hilton Napa Valley features 7,000 square feet of indoor meeting space, as well as the naturally-lit Fountain Court, ideal for a large reception, general session, or banquet. The Wine Barrel Terrace works well for a wine tasting dinner, and the Chardonnay Ballroom, which can host up to 220 guests, features flexible seating with no pillars to obstruct guests’ line of sight. The Fountain Court, Lounge, and Upper Terrace are ideal for a networking happy hour or exhibit space. For smaller meetings or luncheons, the ballroom can accommodate 200 guests in seated rounds.
Website: napavalley.embassysuites.com
PR Contact: Glen Varda, glen.varda@hilton.com

The Napa River Inn, conveniently located in Downtown Napa's Riverfront District, offers two distinct meeting spaces. The historic Hatt Hall, built in 1884, can accommodate up to 112 guests, while the other intimate space is ideal for board meetings. Hatt Hall was formerly used as a secret society meeting hall and still retains the original punched tin wall covering and hand-made bricks that were molded from the Napa River.
Website: napariverinn.com/meetings-events                                                                                 
PR Contact:
Karen Kaminski, kkaminski@napariverinn.com

The Napa Valley Marriott Hotel & Spa, with more than 22,000 square feet of meeting space, ranging from ballrooms and outdoor courtyards, to boardrooms and breakout areas, can accommodate gatherings of 10 to 525 guests. The hotel’s team of professional planners will customize every detail, including creating catering menus crafted with local ingredients; planning an executive golf outing; wine tour; or off-site catered event; as well as a personalized event website.
Website:  napavalleymarriott.com                                                                                                            
PR Contact: 
Christine Ahlberg, christine.ahlberg@napavalleymarriott.com

Senza Hotel offers 800 square feet of modern meeting space, filled with natural light streaming through wall-to-wall glass windows. The property also features an expansive collection of art showcased in and around the property, curated by the owners of SENZA Hotel, Craig and Kathryn Hall.
Website: senzahotel.com
PR Contact: Alana Willson, Alana@senzahotel.com

Silverado Resort and Spa, set on 1,200 acres, offers two PGA championship golf courses; the region’s largest luxury Spa; creative dining options; and versatile indoor/outdoor function space. The two-level, renovated Conference Center accommodates groups of five to 500 in 100,000 square feet of meeting space including 15 individual meeting rooms, each named after a prominent Napa Valley winery.
Website: SilveradoResort.com
PR Contact: Olivia Devlin, Olivia.Devlin@SilveradoResort.com

The Inn on Randolph offers an intimate setting, complete with a fireplace inside the meeting room and a private garden area. The Inn’s hospitality and catering staff can accommodate up to 12 guests in the meeting room, with 10 guest cottages or rooms for overnight stays.
Website: innonrandolph.com
PR contact: Alyssia Walden, alyssia@innonrandolph.com

The Meritage Resort and Spa features an underground estate cave for private wine tastings and cocktail receptions, as well as a food truck which may be utilized at one of the resort’s event spaces or taken on the road to one of Napa Valley’s iconic wineries. Crush Lounge features a bowling alley for a “competitive” bonding experience.
Website: meritagecollection.com/meritage-resort
PR contact: J Public Relations, meritage@jpublicrelations.com

The River Terrace Inn, located on the banks of the Napa River and Oxbow Nature Preserve, offers creative break-outs, including the “7th Inning Stretch” which includes roasted peanuts; a carnival popcorn machine; stadium nachos; mini hot dogs; and freshly made churros, served while a baseball expert shows them various pitching styles; or a personalized break option with games and activities, paired with food, tailored to the groups interests. River Terrace Inn’s private event spaces can accommodate 10 to 120 guests in traditional ballroom settings or picturesque outdoor venues in river walk areas.
Website: riverterraceinn.com
PR contact: Audrey Hardy, ahardy@riverterraceinn.com

The Westin Verasa Napa offers more than 12,000 square feet of flexible event space, including a light-strung outdoor courtyard which accommodates groups from 25 to 450; The Oval Lawn, ideal for more intimate gatherings of up to 80 guests; and the 3,128-square-foot Amphora Ballroom, which accommodates up to 200 guests. With 180 guest rooms, including 90 one-bedroom suites and 19 two-bedroom suites, the Westin Verasa Napa can accommodate overnight groups of all sizes and regularly partners with many local wineries.
Website: marriott.com/hotels/travel/sfonw-the-westin-verasa-napa/  
PR contact: Carly Sperling, carly@glodownead.com

Vista Collina Resort's recently opened Food and Wine Center offers class demonstrations and kitchen takeovers and competitions, allowing groups to experience team building while expanding their culinary knowledge.  Groups may choose from wine and beer making classes; cooking lessons from Michelin-star chefs; or their own Iron Chef competition using locally-sourced ingredients. Vista Collina’s Village offers a “Wine and Dine Around,” a food and wine pairing course with tastings from its nine on-property tasting rooms, and the opportunity to create a custom wine label. Vista Collina’s community event lawn is ideal for private events, concerts or ceremonies.
Website: meritagecollection.com/vista-collina/meetings
PR contact: J Public Relations, vistacollina@jpublicrelations.com

Yountville

Napa Valley Lodge offers corporate groups complimentary access to the hotel’s bocce ball court, allowing teams to engage in a healthy competition beyond the board room. After groups show off their competitive spirit, they can enjoy an exclusive wine tasting experience in Napa Valley Lodge’s intimate outdoor courtyard.
Website: napavalleylodge.com  
PR contact: Alix West, alix@candrpr.com

St. Helena

Harvest Inn offers a multitude of indoor and outdoor meeting and event space that provide vineyard views as well as views of the landscaped property. These include the Vineyard View Room; the Vineyard View Terrace; Mountain View Room; Fountain View Room; and Fountain View Terrace.
Website: harvestinn.com                                                                                                                                     
PR contact: Alix West, alix@candrpr.com

Las Alcobas Napa Valley, St. Helena's newest luxury hotel, features 2,200 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting space, accommodating up to 120 guests. The hotel is connected by a bridge to historic Beringer Vineyards, which offers additional event space. Venues include the Event Barn; the Event Lawn; and a boardroom that seats up to ten guests. All event menus have been custom created by Chef Chris Cosentino, winner of Top Chef Masters.
Website: lasalcobasnapavalley.com
PR contact: Lisa Glover, lglover@ldpr.com

Meadowood Napa Valley provides team-building activities including cooking and cocktail-making classes; wine experiences with an Estate Sommelier; croquet; and golf tournaments, either on the nine-hole course or utilizing the latest Trackman software in the Golf Studio. The culinary team creates classic wine country cuisine with ingredients fresh from the garden; with the option to take the Meadowood culinary and event experience to one of Napa Valley’s wineries for a private dinner in a cave, barrel room or garden.
Website:www.Meadowood.com
PR contact: Jennifer Chiesa, Jchiesa@meadowood.com

Calistoga

Calistoga Motor Lodge and Spa invites groups to plan their next meeting around a throwback to the great American road trip with a modern twist. At the northern end of the Silverado Trail in Napa Valley, the property creates a whimsical, laid back environment that stimulates creativity complete with access to the hotel’s garden room and pool area featuring views of the Mayacamas Mountains. A new meeting space is slated to launch next year.
Websitewww.calistogamotorlodgeandspa.com 
PR contact: M18 Public Relations, calistoga@m18pr.com 

With more than 15,000 square feet of flexible indoor and outdoor function space, Solage offers innovative group activities, including a master mixologist class, where guests may pick edible flowers to garnish each cocktail from the on-site garden; a group bicycle ride to nearby wineries through their sip and cycle program; or group spa experiences at Spa Solage. Wellness workshops and classes are also available through the Spa, which include curated wellness boxes for the group. 
Website: aubergeresorts.com/solage                                                                                                                      
PR contact: 
Elaine San Jose, esanjose@murphyobrien.com

Calistoga Ranch offers 11,500 square feet of flexible indoor/outdoor meeting space, as well as activities for all group sizes, including wine blending experiences; plein air painting in the vineyard; private cooking classes with the Ranch’s executive chef; and a hands-on floral design class incorporating the green foliage from the property and local blooms.
Website: aubergeresorts.com/calistogaranch                                                                                             
PR contact:
Elaine San Jose, esanjose@murphyobrien.com

Indian Springs Calistoga boasts 4,860 square feet of indoor meeting space with natural lighting, along with private outdoor breakout spaces with landscaped grounds and water features. Groups activities include “Brewmasters for the Day” with a blind tasting of Indian Springs’ own hand-crafted beer at Indian Springs’ signature restaurant, Sam’s Social Club; or a trip to the local Calistoga Farmers Market for a team menu planning challenge. Groups may also take walking tours up to the geysers above the mineral pool before heading to the art gallery to see how the crystal light structures are made from the resort’s own mineralized crystals, sourced directly onsite.
Website: indianspringscalistoga.com/meetings-events
PR contact: Megan Hofileña, megan@candrpr.com

Unique Group Activities

Napa

Ackerman Heritage House offers an array of options for intimate meetings, including cooking and baking classes; traditional English tea service with a historical tour of the 1888 Queen Anne Victorian; or the Royal Dining Experience, an elaborate 10-course seasonally focused menu and wine pairing, in the Chef’s kitchen.
Website:  ackermanfamilyvineyards.com
PR contact: Gwen McGill, gwen@gwenmcgill.com

Active Wine Adventures offers personalized team-building half-day experiences. The Hike & Wine Tour and Hike & Beer Tour offer active guided hikes on scenic wilderness trails, paired with wine or beer tasting at select wineries and/or microbreweries. The Art & Wine Tour combines wineries with art galleries and collections; and the Literary Legend Tour transports guests back in time to 19th-Century Napa Valley, following in the footsteps of author Robert Louis Stevenson, while experiencing historic wineries. Active Wine Adventures also offers a Downtown Napa Walk & Wine/Beer Tour for larger groups.
Website: activewineadventures.com
PR contact: Sorel Klein, activewineadventures@gmail.com

Bouchaine Vineyards offers outdoor team-building falconry classes; blind-wine tasting competitions; and garden areas for up to 120 guests.  A new visitor center will open in summer 2019, which will provide private meeting rooms for up to 80 guests; as well as a terrace with sweeping views of the bay; and an open kitchen for cooking classes, chocolate experiences, and food and wine luncheons. Bouchaine also offers esoteric “music and wine” pairings where guests can learn about the history and personality of musical pieces in comparison to the character and history of the pinot noir clones they drink with each note.
Website: bouchaine.com
PR contact: Monty Sander (Fuller & Sander PR), monty@fullerandsander.com

Laces and Limos offers curated team-building itineraries customized to fit each groups preference combining wine tasting; communal-style picnic lunch and/or food pairings; and vineyard tours by way of the electric tuk-tuk vehicle. Laces and Limos can accommodate up to 24 people, or up to 50, if an exclusive shuttle service is preferred.
Website: lacesandlimos.com
PR contact: Michelle Helms, chel@lacesandlimos.com

Napa Valley Bike Tours offers custom leisure bike tour programs designed to be approachable and inclusive for team-building and incentive groups of up to 200 guests. The most popular template for corporate outings is a five-hour time frame where participants casually pedal to two local wineries for tastings and enjoy a picnic served in a vineyard setting.
Website: napavalleybiketours.com
PR contact: Kellie Macway, kellie@napavalleybiketours.com

The Napa Valley Distillery offers team-building experiences such as group cocktail making classes or competitions, and barrel tastings. The Napa Valley Distillery can accommodate up to 50 people in the tasting salon and up to 100 on the distillery floor.
Website: napadistillery.com
PR contact: Arthur Hartunian, Arthur@napadistillery.com

Oenotri offers private cooking classes exploring new techniques in pasta and pizza making, and butchery. Interactive classes are two-hours, followed by lunch paired with beer or wine, where guests can enjoy each other’s creations. Oenotri also offers large group dining experiences in the main dining room or private dining spaces.
Website: Oenotri.com
PR contact: Lauren Cromwell, events@oenotri.com

Join professionally trained chefs at the Silverado Cooking School in Napa for an interactive, hands-on epicurean adventure. Groups of one to 24 guests will cook with seasonal produce, harvested that day, and prepare and enjoy menus created with the best ingredients from around the Napa Valley.
Website: silveradocookingschool.com
PR contact: Malcolm de Sieyes (Owner) malcolm@silveradocookingschool.com or Sara Tobin (GM) sara@silveradocookingschool.com

Stone Brewing, which overlooks the Napa River, is a 10,000 square-foot restaurant and brewery.  The venue, includes a 10-barrel brewing system, is housed in the historic Borrero building built in 1877 and can accommodate groups of up to 45 for parties; informal dinners; a craft beer pairing; or an intimate wedding.
Website:  StoneBrewing.com/Napa
PR contact: Lizzie Younkin, lizzie.younkin@stonebrewing.com

Yountville

Napa Valley Aloft provides early morning balloon rides launching from V-Marketplace in Yountville with exclusive access to Pope Valley. Experiences include pre-flight refreshments and a one-hour balloon ride, with an optional Champagne brunch at Ottimo.
Website: nvaloft.com
PR contact: Erica Ayala, ballooning@nvaloft.com

Napa Valley Balloons and Calistoga Balloons offer small groups an exhilarating way to explore historic Napa Valley with unparalleled views. The four-hour group experience includes pre-flight refreshments; transportation to and from the launch and landing sites; a *one-hour flight; and a Napa Valley Balloons post-flight brunch with sparkling wine at Domaine Chandon Winery in Yountville; or Calistoga Balloons post-flight treats. *Flight time is approximate based on weather.
Website: napavalleyballoons.com
PR contact: Shannon Eckerman, shannon@napavalleyballoons.com

Ottimo, located in V Marketplace in Yountville, is a retail and café space during the day, which transforms into an event space at night. The space can accommodate up to 300 guests and offers team building experiences such as mozzarella or pizza making, and chef demonstrations.
Website: botteganapavalley.com, michaelchiarello.com                                                                                           
PR contact: Kellie Magna, kellie.magna@botteganapavalley.com

St. Helena

Wine & Dine Events offers a variety of memorable group experiences, including the Guac & Salsa Challenge. Participants will learn the distinctions between different spices, their role in creating guacamole and fresh salsa, and compete for the best creation.
Website: WineDineEvents.com
PR contact: Shelle Wolfe, Shelle@WineDineEvents.com

Unique Meeting Venues

Napa

CIA at Copia, an epicurean destination in Downtown Napa, offers more than 80,000 square-feet of versatile indoor and outdoor space to host 10 to 1,000 guests. Copia also features interactive hands-on cooking classes in the expansive Hestan Kitchen; an outdoor amphitheater overlooking the Napa River; a private garden at the front of the property; and various private dining rooms located on the first floor.                                                              
Website:  ciaatcopia.com/corporate-events           
PR contact: Glodow Nead Communications, CIACopia@glodownead.com

The Napa Valley Wine Train’s unique seating arrangement and linear layout promote intimate interactions for groups, with both pre- and post-meeting areas ideal for mingling and socializing. Groups may also charter a dedicated meeting railcar, which can accommodate up to 50 people, or rent the entire train to host up to 364 attendees.                                                  
Website: winetrain.com                                                                                                                                                          
PR contact
: Marie Touraev, WineTrain@glodownead.com  

Yountville

The “Social at the Estate” is the newest addition to The Estate Yountville’s extensive meetings and events venues. The “Social,” comprised of three venues-in-one with a see-through stone fireplace and panoramic views of both the vineyards and the mountains, features 15,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor event space and can accommodate groups of 25 to 500 guests.  
Website:villagio.com/en/meetings                                                                                                     
PR contact: 
Magrino PR, tey@magrinopr.com

St. Helena

The Charter Oak’s off-site catering by Chef Christopher Kostow brings celebratory family-style dining to businesses, private residences, or locations of choice. Groups may also dine in one of the restaurant’s restored event spaces, which accommodates seating from a small dinner gathering or corporate event, to a full buy-out of the restaurant.
Website: thecharteroak.com/private-events
PR contact: Martina Kostow, mkostow@thecharteroak.com

Wineries and Wine Tasting Rooms

Napa

Bell Wine Cellars offers groups (of up to 40 guests) a guided tour of the winemaking process followed by a private dinner catered by a local private chef. Tours begin in the vineyard; then the crush pad, where they showcase how the grapes are processed in fermentation tanks; and end in the barrel room to see where the wines are aged. 
Website: bellwine.com
PR contact: Abby Castrillo marketing@bellwine.com

Cakebread Cellars in-house culinary team can create a specifically tailored program to meet any group’s needs. Programs include hands-on cooking classes; lunches; dinners; wine and food tasting sessions; and wine blending workshops. All events include a tour of the cellars, vineyard, and expansive vegetable garden, as well as a wine-tasting reception.
Website: cakebread.com
PR contact: Kelly Marceau, kelly@cakebread.com

The Hess Collection Winery offers a variety of spaces and tailored activities for team building, corporate events and meetings. Experiences include wine and food pairings from their culinary team; learning how to blend wine; or strolling through the Hess Family's private art collection. 
Website: Hesscollection.com                                                                                                                                             
PR contact: Cesar Ramirez, Cramirez@hesscollection.com

Designed by renowned Viennese architect, painter, ecologist and philosopher Friedensreich Hundertwasser, Quixote Winery provides a dramatic setting for both intimate and mid-sized (40+ guests) group events. The winery offers multiple indoor venues as well as outdoor settings, including the exclusive Puddle House, built over a large private pond, which provides visitors with the sense of floating on water.
Website: quixotewinery.com
PR contact: Patrick Connelly, patrick@quixotewinery.com

Stag's Leap Wine Cellars Estate offers a variety of unique venues, including FAY Lake; the Arcade & Great Room; and the FAY Vineyard Outlook patio spaces, designed by Barcelona-based architect Javier Barba. Groups may also experience tours of the underground wine caves.                                                                                                                               
Website: CASK23.com                                                                                                                                        
PR contact:
  Jennifer Scott, Dir. of Communications, Jennifer.j.scott@smwe.com

Yountville

Domaine Chandon offers a range of fully customizable private group and corporate events, including team building experiences, tastings or cocktail classes. Hosted by a Chandon ambassador, groups can explore 45 years of winemaking artistry or test mixology skills with seasonal signature recipes. With a variety of both indoor and outdoor spaces, Domaine Chandon can accommodate up to 250 guests.
Website: Chandon.com
PR Contact: Aliye Melton, aliye_melton@chandon.com

Rutherford

Peju Province Winery offers a variety of educational and interactive wine experiences for team building, corporate outings, meetings and company incentives. Activities include interactive culinary experiences and challenges; food and wine pairings; wine country team activities; and farm-to-table lunches. With indoor and outdoor spaces available, Peju can accommodate groups of many sizes and will customize experiences based on the group’s needs.
Website: peju.com
PR Contact: Dan Gaffey, dgaffey@peju.com

St. Helena

Brasswood Estate offers a wine blending team building experience, hosted by consulting winemaker Angelina Mondavi; followed by a guided tour of the winery and caves; ending with a Napa Valley lunch created by their executive chef. The estate also features 17,000 square feet of caves, as well as multiple tasting rooms and event spaces, including Brasswood Bar + Bakery + Kitchen, and a sensory room curated by their Estate Sommelier.
Website: brasswood.com                                                                                                                                                
PR Contact:
Michelle Mathai, michelle@brasswood.com

Conn Creek offers a barrel blending experience where guests have the opportunity to become “winemaker for a day.” Following a barrel tasting of different styles of Cabernet Sauvignon, guests blend any combination of Cabernet to create their own personalized wine, which they can adjust by preference by adding nuances from other Bordeaux varietals like Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Malbec, and Petit Verdot. The personalized blend is then bottled, hand-corked, and labeled on-site for a truly one-of-a-kind souvenir. The Barrel Blending Experience can accommodate up to 20 guests.
Websiteconncreek.com
PR Contact: Christina Starr, christina.starr@smwe.com

Merryvale Vineyards historic Cask Room features century-old 2,000-gallon casks lining the stone walls, creating an enchanting setting for special events.  Accommodating groups of up to 112, the Cask Room is ideal for special occasions, including rehearsal dinners, wedding receptions and corporate dinners.
Website: merryvale.com
PR contact: Casey Curiel ccuriel@merryvale.com

Raymond Vineyards offers groups a “Winemaker for a Day” experience inside the blending lab, where guests will learn the winemaker’s art while blending their own red wine from Napa Valley’s most prized grape varietals. Groups may take home their bottle, complete with a customized label, and may also order cases of the personally crafted wine to share with friends, family and colleagues.
Website: raymondvineyards.com
PR contact: Megan Long, megan.long@boisset.com

Calistoga

Tamber Bey Vineyards has partnered with Sunrise Horse Rescue to offer a rare enrichment and team-building program that utilizes horses to build trust, improve communication skills and cultivate personal development. Each program is custom tailored to meet the needs and expectations of the group. Half-day and full-day programs are available.
Website: tamberbey.com; sunrisehorserescue.org
PR contact: Jennifer Waitte, jennifer@tamberbey.com

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*Terms & Conditions: Transportation to be provided for an offsite planned over program booking dates and be limited to four hours total travel time. Complimentary transportation not provided for airport transfers. Group must utilize transportation company provided by Visit Napa Valley. Offer valid for group utilizing 10 or more guest rooms at participating hotels, when reserving Jan. - April 2019, for mid-week arrivals (subject to availability). The planner must contact a Visit Napa Valley sales manager to process the lead. Valid on new business only, not applicable for tentative or previously contracted business; cannot be combined with any other offer, advanced reservations are required. No refund or credit for unused services. Void where prohibited.

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About Visit Napa Valley

Visit Napa Valley is the official tourism marketing organization for the Napa Valley, with a mission to promote, protect and enhance the region’s position as one of the world's premier wine, food, arts and wellness destinations. The area, known for its legendary hospitality, is also internationally recognized as one of only ten "Great Wine Capitals" and has more Michelin Stars per capita than any other wine region in the world.

The Napa Valley, conveniently located just an hour from the San Francisco Bay Area, consists of the following distinctive towns, including, from north to south, Calistoga, St. Helena, Rutherford/Oakville, Yountville, the city of Napa, American Canyon, and the outdoor recreation area of Lake Berryessa.   

The Napa Valley Welcome Center, located at 600 Main St. along the riverfront in downtown Napa, provides visitors with expert Concierge services from Napa Valley Ambassadors who offer complimentary Napa Valley Guidebooks, maps, brochures and winery tasting passes. The Welcome Center, open daily 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., also offers complimentary Wi-Fi and a mercantile shop featuring locally sourced gift items.

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