It’s harvest season in Napa Valley – what better time of year to visit California’s beautiful wine country. The “crush” (when the grapes are picked) typically runs from late-August to October. As Bay Area locals, this is one of our our favorite times to play tourist for the day and drive up to Napa from San Francisco – it’s only about an hour north of the city, so it makes a great day trip.
With so many wineries and restaurants to choose from, it can be a bit overwhelming which ones to visit, especially if you only have one day to see everything. Here are a few of our recommendations for a fun day of wine-tasting, touring, and eating your way through Napa Valley 🙂
Silver Oak Cellars Release Day – 2007 Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon
Yet another good reason to visit Napa Valley Wine Country this summer, especially if you’re a wine aficionado – or (like us) you just love Silver Oak Wines.
Celebrate the Release of Silver Oak’s highly praised 2007 Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. Silver Oak Cellars Release Day takes place on Saturday, August 6th from 9am-3:30pm. Wine-tastings and purchases can be made at both Silver Oak Cellars’ wineries – in Oakville and Geyserville.
Silver Oak Cellars Release Day
Saturday, February 5, 2011
Celebrate the Release of Silver Oak’s highly praised 2006 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon at Silver Oak Cellars Release Day in Napa Valley, California.
Wine-tastings and purchases can be made at both Silver Oak Cellars’ wineries – in Oakville and Geyserville during Release Day rom 9am-3:30pm. Tickets run $20-50 per
person depending on location (see info below):
There’s much to do and see in Napa Valley Wine Country, especially if it’s your first visit. We get calls from around the world asking for our recommendations – where to eat, where to stay, best spas, fun wineries, tours and tastings… so we’ve put together a list (by town) and a brief description (in no particular order) of some of Our Top 20+ Favorite and Fun Things To Do in Napa Valley.