The wine cave at Jarvis Winery in Napa Valley, California. This wine cave is great and a must see if you are in Napa Valley. Its one thing to tour a vineyard, but to take it to a whole new level and visit a wine cave will really open up your eyes to the wine culture that is out there. (https://www.facebook.com/TravelingWarrior) #Napa #wine #attractions
Sterling Vineyards in Napa Valley (Calistoga) allows you to stomp grapes with your feet and then create a t-shirt with your wine footprints as a fun memento. They have an aerial tram to the top of their property with beautiful views (only winery in the world with a gondola ride!). Beginning of October is Crush when the grapes are harvested. Recommends Carpe Diem Wine Bar for dinner and Andaz Napa Hotel in downtown Napa
Castello Di Amorosa - A castle and a winery, this place attracts people with its uniqueness and the good wine. The starting price for wine tasting is 35$, for several Italian wine types, including Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. Castelo di Amorosa was built in a 13th century-inspired Tuscan style by Medieval architecture enthusiast owner Dario Sattui. This winery was first opened to the public in April 2007.