America's Legendary Wine Region®
Plan your next unforgettable wine country vacation with our Napa Valley winery map.
Find all the details of Napa Valley wineries, appellations and roads. Start building a wine tasting itinerary, locate the winery or tasting room of your favorite wines, or find inspiration to plan your next wine country experience.
Visit the Napa Valley Welcome Center for more maps and guides.
With hundreds of wineries and miles of the valley to explore, we want you to know there's no wrong way to enjoy Napa Valley
Can I wear jeans to a winery?
Yes! Jeans are acceptable year-round – we call it wine country casual (for women — sundresses, blouses and skirts, nice jeans, wedges, sandals, etc.; for men – golf shirts, khaki pants, nice jeans, dressier shorts, stylish sneakers, boat shoes, etc.).
A more upscale winery might call for darker denim, and be sure to dress in layers as many winery experiences take place outdoors and tours often take guests through wine caves and chilled cellar areas.
Where is Napa Valley?
Napa Valley wine country is located in Northern California, 50 miles northeast of San Francisco, which makes it a short drive from several airports in the San Francisco Bay Area. Napa Valley is one of the world's famous wine regions, with stunning landscapes and exceptional wines.
What is the closest major airport to Napa Valley?
Napa Valley is 70 miles from San Francisco International Airport, which is just a short drive away. Other great options include Oakland International Airport, 63 miles away and Sacramento International Airport, 75 miles away. Sonoma County Airport is just 34 miles from the north end of Napa Valley.
How many wine tastings can we do in one day?
We recommend 2 or 3 winery visits, but not more than that as most experiences take a minimum of 90 minutes and there is travel time in between. You can also hire a driver or tour company to drive you to the wineries, and they can even plan your day of tastings.