We want you to have meaningful experiences at every turn, which is why the valley offers several themes and activities for hosting friends, family, colleagues and corporate travelers.
The Napa Valley has been endowed with the perfect environment to cultivate some of the world’s finest wine grapes. There are more than 500 wineries, 95% of which are family-owned and operated. Many wineries can accommodate groups within their private tasting rooms, barrel rooms, or wine caves. They also offer activities that include educational tours, tastings, and interactive wine blending and bottling.
The Napa Valley is home to more than 150 restaurants and has more Michelin stars per capita than any other wine region in the world. Here is where the farm-to-table culinary scene meets the creativity of some of the world’s best chefs. From intimate to expansive and modern to cozy, many Napa Valley restaurants welcome groups of all kinds to focus, relax, or refuel while savoring every bite.
Believe it or not, there’s plenty to do in the Napa Valley besides comparing Pinots and Merlots. You can fill your day with a wide range of activities: summer concert festivals and recreational adventures like hiking in state parks, biking on the Vine Trail, boating on Lake Berryessa, and paddling on the Napa River. Or go the more relaxing route and treat yourself to some of the country’s finest spas, stop by a museum, or watch the sun rise from a hot-air balloon.