Whether you are visiting the Napa Valley for the first time or the fourteenth, there is magic waiting to be experienced- from the natural beauty of the surroundings to the award-winning wines in your glass and the aroma of freshly pressed grape juice fermenting in oak barrels.
The Napa Valley offers something for everyone. It is the perfect spot for a romantic get-away; most couples dream of a Wine Country wedding, honeymoon or an anniversary celebration.
The focus on healthy, farm to table foods and fresh air make the Napa Valley the perfect spot for a spa weekend or to challenge yourself to hikes in the Pacific Palisades or to bike along scenic trails. Fitness instructors can provide yoga or pilates instruction on site at Vignoble and spa treatments are also available on site. If you’d like to experience one of the world-renowned spas, we recommend several within a short drive from the Vignoble Estate including:
CHARMING ST. HELENA
VistNapaValley.com (Please make the link active for visitnapavalley.com) describes St. Helena as the heart of the Napa Valley.
Winemaking began here in the 1800s, its history echoing through the gables and turrets of the Rhine House, now home to Beringer, and gracious carriage house of the region’s first winery, Charles Krug. Today, the wineries in St. Helena range from powerhouses such as Sutter Home and Louis Martini to critically acclaimed small producers including Revana Estate and Crocker and Starr. (visitnapavalley.com)
Just across the valley floor from Vignoble house a massive stone building that was once the Christian Brothers winery is now the Culinary Institute of America offering culinary education classes.
There are several Michelin star restaurants in the Napa Valley including Chef Thomas Keller’s French Laundry and Chef Ken Frank’s La Toque. Chefs including Nash Cognietti at Tre Posti, Christopher Costow at Charter Oak and others create quintessential California cuisine and some other favorites include Brasswood and Press.