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The Best Napa Valley Wine Tours to Take This Fall

10 Fun Fall Things to Do in the Napa ValleyIt’s a great time to plan your Napa Valley wine tours! The fall season is a pleasantly warm one in the Napa Valley, one of very gradual cooling from the summer heat. Average high temperates in September stay in the eighties, and even as late as November hover in the mid-sixties. Which makes any time in fall a perfect time to reserve and take Napa Valley wine tours. So book your room today at our beautiful Napa Valley bed-and-breakfast.

Napa Valley Wine Tours This Fall, by Ground or Air

The 10 Best Napa Valley Wine Tours to Take This FallWhile things may look a little different this fall in terms of group sizes and tour procedures, almost all Napa Valley wine-country  tours are in all-systems-go mode. Here are some of the most highly regarded and varied  Napa Valley wine tours.

  • There’s no better way to take in the breathtaking beauty of Napa Valley wine country than by hot-air balloon, and there are a number of tour companies willing to take you. Typical of the handful of the airborne tour outfits is Napa Hot Air Adventure, which offers a four-hour ride over Napa Valley’s wineries between Napa and St. Helena.
  • For whose who prefer to tour closer to terra firma, there’s the Napa Valley Wine Train (with service scheduled, as of this writing, to resume after Sept. 18). Offered in a number of packages depending on one’s lodging and pickup-point needs, the train provides a three-hour, 36-mile round trip between the downtowns of Napa and St. Helena, and takes in the awe-inspiring estates of more than 30 wineries.
  • Another rail option is the Napa Valley Wine Trolley and its Open-Air Classic Tour, in which the wineries of Napa and points north can be observed from the seat of a classic California Cable Car, with stops for lunch and tastings amid views of subterranean caves, grand estates and cozy wine cellars.
  • For an altogether different open-air experience, consider a Napa Valley wine tour — private or join-group — aboard a Jeep, African safari-style, from Safari West. Another way to go open-air for those who appreciate vintage cars with their wine vintages is to visit wineries via Classic Convertible Wine Tours.
  • If you prefer to take your Napa Valley wine tours in the back of a luxury vehicle, there are a number of options available. Napa Valley  Wine Country Tours, for example, offers a number of private and join-in tours, and its fleet include bus coaches, luxury SUVs and limousines depending on the size of your group, all tailored to your preferences. Plenty of well-regarded other companies provide this service too.
  • Napa Valley’s breathtaking hilly vistas and flat stretches of picturesque farmlands are a perfect match for those who enjoy seeing the world from a bicycle. Whether you’ve brought your own bike or want to rent one, Napa Valley Bike Tours offers a wine-country experience for every desire — pedaled or electric wheels, multi-day or single-day outings, private group tours or with a gathering of soon-to-be friends.
  • If you want a Napa Valley wine tour that pushes all your gastronomic pleasure buttons, consider a Wine and Dine Tour tailored to your preferences.
  • Like the feel of the earth that nurtures the vines of Napa Vally wines beneath your feet? Wine Country Trekking offers a five-day, four-night group ramble that takes in the best of all things wine in the area, from St. Helena to Calistoga to Yountville to Napa, covering five to seven miles a day.

Where to Stay for Your Napa Valley Wine Tours

The Best Napa Valley Wine Tours to Take This FallThere’s no better place for you to launch your awe-inspiring Napa Valley wine tours each day than the Candlelight Inn, with its central-to-the-action location, welcoming atmosphere and romantic ambience. Book your room today at this breathtaking Napa Valley wine country bed-and-breakfast!

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