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Bottlerock ‘n’ Roll

Think Coachella… with wine. Held annually over the Memorial Day Weekend, the 3-day Bottlerock music festival features more than 80 bands playing on four music stages at an expansive venue. Concertgoers enjoy access to gourmet food from the Napa Valley’s finest chefs and restaurateurs and

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Run (or Spectate) a Marathon

Named one of the “Top 10 Marathons Worth Traveling for” by Forbes Magazine, the Napa Valley Marathon features a point-to-point course along the scenic Silverado Trail. A certified Boston-qualifier, the event also boasts a fairly small field (limited to 2,300 runners), which lends more of

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Procure Picnic Provisions

Enjoying a wine country picnic is a quintessential experience. Of course, it takes a little planning to pull it off – especially when you’re away from home. Fortunately, there are a great number of local resources for procuring a proper picnic feast. Note: If you

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Picnic at a Winery

When it comes to picnicking in Napa Valley, V Sattui Winery and its onsite deli is the undeniable hot spot. But if you’re looking for a winery with a picnic area that’s a little more low-key and off-the-radar, look no further than our favorites listed

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Explore Yountville on Foot

The main thrust of Yountville’s Washington Street stretches about one mile and is chock-full of top-rated restaurants, boutique shopping, wine tasting rooms and more than a dozen art sculptures to discover along the way. Veteran’s Memorial Park at the south end of town and Yountville

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Tour Napa by Motorcycle

It stands to reason since Napa Valley is such a popular destination for cycling, there’s also plenty of fun to be had on the backroads by motorcycle enthusiasts. Taking a tour through Pope Valley on a Harley should be on every passionate biker’s bucket list.

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Explore a Culinary Garden

Directly across the street from the Michelin 3-star French Laundry restaurant, their three-acre culinary garden beckons visitors to walk in and explore the more than 50 organically farmed garden plots. The garden supplies produce for all three of Chef Thomas Keller’s three local restaurants.  

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Meander St. Helena’s Main St.

There’s a reason St. Helena has earned a reputation as Napa Valley’s Main Street. From the charming electrolier street lamps to the beautiful historic downtown buildings dating back to the 19th and early 20th century, it’s easy to fall hard for this small town in

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Engage With Art + Landscape

Cornerstone Gardens are an ever-changing series of gardens showcasing innovative designs from international and local landscape architects and designers. The gardens celebrate the connection between art, architecture and nature. Additionally, the adjacent Sunset Magazine test gardens highlight food production, the Sunset plant line, bee habitat,

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Get Your Grape Stomp On

Finding a winery in Napa Valley to fulfill your “I Love Lucy” grape-stomping fantasy can be tough. Most wineries only offer this experience over one or two weekends during the Harvest Season (mid-Aug through Oct), making it difficult to plan. However, Grgich Hills has embraced

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