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Napa Valley Wineries

Not far from Sonoma and its wineries, you'll find the famous Napa Valley and its world-renowned winemakers. Considered one of the top viticulture areas in America, the region is synonymous with fine wine. Winemaking in the valley dates back to the 1800's, and several of those pioneering wineries still operate today. Easily accessible from Sonoma, wine lovers will want to tour this glorious region in detail. Wake up early and explore Napa Valley's gorgeous wine country, and when it's all over, enjoy bottled souvenirs in the comfort of our relaxing and luxurious accommodations.


Prices -

$125 per person

Hours -

Pick up the El Pueblo Inn is between 9:30am-10:30am
Drop off is between 4:00pm-5:00pm

Events -

Wine tasting and tours


  • Wine Tasting Events
  • Bike Riding Tours
  • Wine Tasting Tours


  • When is the best time to visit Napa Valley wineries?

    Summer might seem like the best time to visit Napa Valley, but do so only if you like crowds. A better time is fall, specifically September and October. Not only will you find cooler temperatures, but it's also crush time, when grapes are harvested and readied for production. Spring is also a good time, as crowds are smaller and rates for accommodations and other attractions are cheaper. By bus, limo, van, on foot, or bike, knowledgeable guides will take you through Napa Valley's wineries and historical sites.
  • Where should I go wine tasting in the Napa Valley?

    Within the Napa Valley, there are several different micro-regions called appellations. Each is just different enough from its neighbor to produce distinguishing characteristics to the grapes grown there. These areas are also designated American Viticulture Areas, or AVAs.
    • Stags Leap District AVA

      Principal varieties & characteristics of this AVA are Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Sangiovese. These are distinguished by lush, velvety textures and fine perfumed cherry and red berry flavors, supported by soft tannins. Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc can also be found here and come from round and ripe, especially Sauvignon Blanc, yet retain excellent citrus and apple flavors.
    • Wild Horse Valley AVA

      Principal varieties & characteristics are Cabernet Sauvignon and Sangiovese. These feature bright berry and cherry fruit, and more acidity than wines from the Stags Leap District. This AVA's Chardonnay is crisp, floral, and aromatic, with distinctive pear-mineral flavors and bright acidity.
    • Yountville

      Principal varieties & characteristics are Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Yountville favors Cabernet and Merlot with ripe, violet aromas and rich, but supple flavors and firm tannins.
    • Rutherford AVA

      Principal varieties & characteristics in the Rujerford AVA are Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, and Zinfandel. They are quite intense with cherry and mineral, almost earthy aromas. Flavors are full, ripe, and notably currant with firm, but supple tannins for extended aging.
    • Mount Veeder AVA

      Principal varieties & characteristics are Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Zinfandel. The low yields in this appellation give red wines a firm, tannic structure with strong earth-berry aromas and rich, but powerful flavors. The Chardonnay features minerally, appley, even citrus flavors with good acidity. Ageability is also a hallmark of Mt. Veeder wines.

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