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.
The American Truffle Company presents the annual Napa Truffle Festival in January. Activities throughout the festival weekend will satisfy your appetite and curiosity for the flavor and knowledge of one of the world’s most prized and delectable foods.
Known as the "biggest little marathon in the West," the Napa Valley Marathon is a beautiful point-to-point course. In 2016 Forbes magazine rated NVM one of the "12 Top Marathons Worth Traveling For."
Yountville Live is the ultimate luxury getaway festival in March, featuring exclusive performances from some of today's hottest music artists, exquisite food and some of Napa Valley's most celebrated wines.
Come experience the Napa Valley's most creative month. In addition to the independently produced events that dot the idyllic valley at wineries, museums and galleries, the county will host several central city events that celebrate each town's unique scene.
CampoVelo Napa Valley with Chef Chris Cosentino & Friends offers ample amounts of bike riding (road and dirt), delicious cuisine, notable Napa Valley wines. Other activities taking place throughout the weekend in April include hiking, yoga, chef demos, fireside chats and wine tastings.
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.
Winter in the Wineries Passport Series is a great way to explore 17 Calistoga wineries December through February. Included with the purchase of every passport are discounts on lodging and shopping as well.