Napa Valley, CA

Our family spent two days exploring Napa Valley. The first day we stopped in the Downtown Napa Visitors Center and got a ton of maps, coupons, and info on all of what Napa has to offer. We highly suggest you stop in there before heading to wineries. The staff is very friendly and the nicer you are to them the more free tasting coupons they give you! They also gave us a list of family friendly wineries that Madison would even enjoy. Wine tastings in Napa usually vary between $10-$60 per winery, so we didn’t plan on going to many. Turns out every winery we stopped at gave a complementary wine tasting for military personnel, we were surprised at the wonderful service we received (especially after reading how expensive and “snobby” the wineries could be). We lucked out and had a great experience!

Below are some photos from our time in Napa Valley:

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Downtown Napa…

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Excited for free tastings…

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Bounty Hunter Wine Bar…

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Put a Cork In It Winery…

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Raymond Winery…

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V. Sattui Winery…

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Madison made a friend…

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Napa Cellars/ Menage a Trios…

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Hall Winery…

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Madison relaxing, looks like she is ready for us to start a winery…

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Sutter Home Winery…

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Prager Winery & Port Works…

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Travigne winery…

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Beringer winery…

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There are over 400 wineries in Napa Valley and we probably saw about 12. Looks like we will be putting Napa Valley on our “places to go back to” list.