Famous for their hot springs and mud baths, Calistoga has been drawing visitors from all over the world to its spas for over 100 years. This charming town is also home to world-class wineries (the iconic castle winery) is a popular visitor favorite), restaurants, boutique clothing and gift shops, and art galleries all within easy walking distance.
Among Napa Valley’s famed Cabernets, those hailing specifically from the Rutherford area have an especially passionate following. The unique soil in the Rutherford area, once a riverbed, produces wines in which fruit and herb flavors are tinged with a mysterious, almost spicy element known as “Rutherford dust.” This region of the Napa Valley houses some of the most desirable fine dining, spas, and wineries, offering an exquisite Napa Valley experience!
St. Helena is a vibrant and engaging community that celebrates the finest in wine country hospitality, culinary adventure, wine immersion, the arts, health, and wellness. Experience fine dining in award-winning restaurants, shop for one-of-a-kind keepsakes in boutiques and galleries or simply pamper yourself at one of many indulgent spas.
Napa is the seat of Napa County, California, in the heart of the Napa Valley wine region. Its downtown is known for the late-1800s and early-1900s architecture, a riverfront promenade with shops and restaurants, and an arts scene anchored by the Napa Valley Opera House. The Oxbow Public Market houses a farmer’s market and cheese shop, and the Napa Valley Wine Train visits area wineries via vintage Pullman cars.
Sonoma County is a major wine-producing region north of San Francisco. Hundreds of vineyards, ranging from small, family-run estates to international wineries, are set amid its rolling hills and valleys, including Sonoma Valley and Russian River Valley. The region is also home to wilderness areas such as Armstrong Redwoods State Preserve and sandy beaches, many of which frame Bodega Bay.