A Vineyard Patchwork of Golds & Greens
Bob McClenahan Bob McClenahan
From mid fall to spring, visitors come to the Napa Valley to enjoy Cabernet Season. Once the grapes are harvested and the temperatures are perfectly mild, the region becomes a haven for cozy getaways, hearty fare, and of course, the world’s most spectacular wine. It’s a time when a slower, intimate atmosphere emerges, creating personal experiences and a chance to explore all the culture (and Cabernet) the valley has to offer.
St. Helena’s top wineries, restaurants and hotels have put together 25 Big Experiences that will entice you to visit once, twice or more this Cabernet Season.
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