Time To Go Out: Napa Valley Restaurant Week

If all of the rain has kept you at home, and your attitude has changed from “good, we need it” to “jeez, enough already,” then we’ve got a great motivator to get out exploring again: Napa Valley Restaurant Week. From January … –> please click here to continue reading –>

Celebrating Cabernet: 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon Events

If you’re trying to factor your love of Cabernet Sauvignon into your future travel plans, we’re here to help. You’ll find a list below of 20 Cabernet Sauvignon Wine Tastings and Festivals in 2015 including food and wine events, walk-around … –> please click here to continue reading –>

Cabernets, Cookies, and Santa: 2014 Holiday Events in Napa Valley

It’s hard to get your hands around all of the holiday events in Napa Valley, so we thought we’d take a crack at it for you.  We’ve listed the 2014 holiday events below, in chronological order, to try and make … –> please click here to continue reading –>

Napa Wineries Open After 5 pm – Summer 2014

Do you need a winery in Napa Valley that is open after 5 pm for wine tasting? Sometimes you go wine tasting and at the end of the day, it’s getting close to 5 pm but you just left a winery that didn’t … –> please click here to continue reading –>

Top of the Valley: The Calistoga Food & Wine Event

Come enhance your familiarity with northern Napa Valley wines at the Calistoga Food & Wine Event on April 11, 2014.  Solage Calistoga (755 North Silverado Trail, Calistoga, 707-226-0800) provides an elegant backdrop to showcase the world class wines from 30 … –> please click here to continue reading –>

Upper Napa Valley

We’ve now added recommendations for Upper Napa Valley, including the Calistoga, Diamond Mountain, and Howell Mountain appellations to our website. To learn more about Calistoga and Diamond Mountain, including how much we like Kelly Fleming Wines, Larkmead Vineyards, Lava Vine, … –> please click here to continue reading –>