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    Stay in a bed and breakfast and visit the wineries by car. over 7 years ago

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    One day by bike would be memorable. Also consider the cities around napa as you'll get a more personal and authentic experience about 7 years ago

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    Plan out the valley, get a better sense of where the wineries you want to visit are located. Start with the furthest winery from where you will be staying and wine taste your way back. I'd stay away from the larger wine houses, they always give me a feeling of a fast food place by just rushing you in and out. Look for the smaller appointment only boutique wineries because they give you a better understanding of the wine as well as a slower pace to actually enjoy the wine. The maximum wineries I would suggest to try a day is 3, don't be a sloppy taster that ruins it for everyone else. Calistoga and St.Helena have great restaurants for lunch in between the tasting. These two towns are also great spots for dinner. Howell Mountain has some wonderful wineries with gorgeous views. about 7 years ago

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