Planning Your Trip

Reservations suggested.


arranging your travel

Unless you live in the Bay area it is likely that you will be traveling here via magical aircraft.  There are a few options when it comes to airports you can fly into (commercial and private) with pros and cons for each.  

    • Sacramento
    • Oakland
    • SFO
    • Santa Rosa
    • Napa Airport
    • Concord Airport (LINK to blog post/video/photos about JetSuiteX)

Once you land


St. Helena





The AVA's of Napa Valley

The term Napa Valley is a term constructed to indicated the large grape-growing and wine producing region within Napa County by the American Viticultural Association.  It is broken down further into AVA's (American Viticultural Area's) and while some of the town names may double as AVA names, they are not geographically the same and do NOT have their own zip code/post office.  The 16 AVA's can be found both on the valley floor and on the Mountain.  North to South they are:

Calistoga (Valley)

Chiles Valley (Vacas Range)

Diamond Mountain (Mayacamas Range)

Howell Mountain (Vacas Range)

Spring Mountain (Mayacamas Range)

St. Helena (Valley)

Rutherford (Valley)

Oakville (Valley)

Mt. Veeder (Mayacamas Range)

Yountville (Valley)

Stag’s Leap District (Valley)

Atlas Peak (Vacas Range)

Oak Knoll (Valley)

Wild Horse Valley

Coombsville (Valley)

Napa (Valley)

Getting here

-Driving up from SF

-Taking the Evans

-Taking an über