Wine-loving visitors to Napa Valley have always been able to consider themselves lucky.
From Calistoga down to Carneros, some of the world’s greatest wines are on offer every day of the year. Cabernet, as the saying goes, may be king, but the range of grape varieties produced in Napa Valley—both white and red—is astounding, as is the diversity of the wineries and tasting rooms where they can sampled. They all contribute to Napa Valley’s identity as a world-class wine region.
Naturally, wineries in St. Helena have played a key part in this. For seven decades and counting, Freemark Abbey has been a showcase for hospitality among the town’s many producers.