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    Explore Napa Valley

For a different type of wine journey and atmosphere, nearby Napa Valley is the place to sip. Let one of the knowledgeable stewards at The Lodge at Sonoma chart your way.

A Different Way to Wine & Dine

Visiting wineries is just one of the many things to do in Napa Valley. Take a cooking class at The CIA at Copia. Meander through the 40,000-square-foot Oxbow Public Market for excellent local fare or to put together a fresh-from-the-farm picnic lunch. Or enjoy the stunning landscapes (while escaping the crowds) via a hot air balloon ride.

Rows of hillside vineyards above Napa Valley, lake in background.

Napa Valley Wineries

With over 375 wineries open for tastings, one of the best ways to orient yourself around Napa Valley is to hop aboard the Napa Valley Wine Train. For stunning scenery and something out of the ordinary, we recommend visiting Artesa, renowned for its architecture and design; Sterling Vineyards, complete with gondola ride; and Castello di Amorosa, an authentically styled 13th century Tuscan castle winery. Only in Napa Valley.

Napa Valley Wine Train

Napa Valley Wine Train

The Napa Valley Wine Train offers a “luxuriously vintage experience” that pairs wine tasting at celebrated vintners with travel aboard a beautifully restored train. Choose from a number of tour and dining options, and then embark on a three-hour, round-trip journey along a 150-year-old rail corridor, from Downtown Napa to St. Helena and back.