The Napa Valley: Harvest Season and Beyond

September 25, 2019
The Napa Valley: Harvest Season and Beyond -

It is officially harvest season for wine country in the United States. Every year, from August to October, workers race to pick as many grapes as possible as they reach peak ripeness. Use this busy and exciting time as an excuse for a weekend trip to Napa. Not only will you be able to taste an array of exceptional wines, but you’ll get to see the action firsthand. 

For those looking for the quintessential Napa experience, be sure to visit Artesa Vineyards & Winery, Domaine Carneros, and Darioush Winery. Considered some of the best wineries in the country, Napa Valley is sure to excite the most discerning of travelers. Although Napa is most well known for its rolling hills and sprawling vineyards, there are also many non-tourist options to explore. Dakota Sky and Favia Wines offer smaller selections and a more intimate setting for wine tasting. From the casual dining experience of Charter Oak to the area’s culinary pinnacle of the French Laundry, the area offers something for everyone. 

A wide variety of housing options can be found in and around Napa and have recently expanded beyond Calistoga Ranch to include the brand new Francis House. In addition, the highly anticipated Four Season Resort & Residences – Napa Valley is set to open November 1, 2019. 

Not short on memorable experiences or luxury amenities, many love Napa enough to return time and time again. If you are thinking to make your stay a permanent one, stop by the newly opened Engel & Völkers Napa Valley shop to see the full array of luxurious estates available in the area. 

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