Yountville - Smack in the center of the valley, Yountville isn’t your typical small town. It boasts multiple Michelin star restaurants, a distinguished art scene, and gorgeous luxury hotels all within walking distance of each other. It’s also home to our chardonnay vineyard. The clay-loam soils in the area are renowned for producing the rich, full flavors and structure that make our chardonnays so delicious.
American Canyon - At the very southern tip of the Napa Valley, American Canyon is an ideal jumping off point for all your Napa adventures. Its proximity to the Vallejo ferry terminal makes it easy to access from San Francisco. For those traveling with kids, it’s also close to attractions like the Jelly Belly Factory and Six Flags Discovery Kingdom.
The Model Bakery - No trip to Napa Valley is complete without a stop at the Model Bakery. It’s best known as the home of Oprah’s favorite English muffin and for its incredible assortment of bread and pastries. It’s also conveniently located just a few minutes down the road from Beringer, making it a perfect stop before or after your tasting.
La Cheve Bakery and Brews - Located in Napa’s oldest building, La Cheve is a family-run Mexican restaurant that also brews its own beer. Its lively atmosphere, inventive menu, and locally famous birria make it a perfect place to stop between tastings.
Oxbow Public Market - Oysters, chocolate, locally brewed beer, Gott’s Roadside burgers—there is literally something for everyone at this unique community gathering space. Visit for lunch, dinner, or just a snack.
Bounty Hunter - Located in the heart of downtown Napa, the Bounty Hunter is a true Napa institution with a selection of over 400 hard-to-find wines. The 18-page wine list is just a start, the restaurant also features a wide selection of whiskeys and fine spirits. Don’t just go for the libations, however, the Bounty Hunter serves up some of the best BBQ in the valley.
Napa Valley College -The tree-lined campus of the Napa Valley College overlooks the Napa River and serves as a resource for the entire community. In addition to your traditional math and science classes, the school runs programs for budding winemakers and viticulturists and has a state-of-the-art teaching winery.
Welcome to Napa Valley Sign - Erected in 1949—73 years after Beringer was founded—the iconic Welcome to Napa Valley Sign lets you know you’ve arrived. Most days, you’ll see groups of visitors making a pit stop for photos and enjoying the beautiful scenery.
Mustard Season -Bright yellow mustard blooms carpet the valley floor every January, banishing the winter greys and bringing the first signs of a new growing season. The blooms aren’t just for show, they help recharge the soil and get rid of pests among other important jobs. Winemaker Ryan Rech and his team rely on the yearly mustard bloom to prevent soil erosion and eliminate the need for pesticides.
Harvest -Every August, the valley becomes a hive of excited energy as vineyard crews get to work harvesting the year’s vintage. The air is infused with the smell of grapes and the anticipation is high as winemakers race against nature to pick the grapes at peak ripeness.
The Grape Crusher - Standing 15 feet tall, the grape crusher statue is impossible to miss as you make your way into the city of Napa. It’s the largest sculpture cast west of the Mississippi and a reminder of Napa’s rich winemaking history.