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Top 5: Vineyards in North America

by Mary Melnick

Nov 18, 2019

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Destinations / North America

Napa Valley is known for its wineries and vineyards. People from all over the world flock there to enjoy good wine and to have a good time. There are so many vineyards in Napa Valley, let alone California, that it might be a little hard to choose which to visit. These vineyards are among the top in the Valley.


Luna Vineyard

Luna Vineyard is one of the largest providers of Pinot Grigio in Napa. This small estate is just a bike ride away from the town of Napa. Sit back and relax in comfy chairs, and enjoy a variety of wines while listening to live music on the sunny patio. Head up to the rooftop tower and take in amazing views of the historic Silverado Trail and vineyards.


Alpha Omega

Explore the family-owned vineyard Alpha Omega. Alpha Omega prides themselves on being a sustainable winery and vineyard. They are committed to taking good care of their land and continuing to improve it for generations to come.


Buehler Vineyard

Buehler Vineyard is a family-owned vineyard. They are a fourth-generation vineyard and have farmed Cabernet Sauvignon and Zinfandel for more than four decades. They take pride in what they do and really care about making theivineyard the best it could be. During a visit to the vineyard take a private tour hosted by members of the family.


V. Sattui Winery

During a visit to Napa you have to stop at one of the most popular vineyards. V. Sattui Winery is the most-visited in Napa Valley; they get visitors from all over the world. With no appointment needed, enjoy more than 80 different varieties of wines, champagnes and other beverages.


Inglenook Winery

The Inglenook is one of the original wineries in Napa. To tour the winery and have a tasting you need to make an appointment. Not only will you get to enjoy good wine but you can tour the beautiful building and grounds the winery is built on.


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