Join wine clubs and check out Napa wineries

Napa Valley wineries

Napa wineries - St. Helena, CA

If you’re planning a trip to Napa wineries, there are many vacation packages that will let you tour the Napa wineries alone, as a couple or in a small group. If there are specific Napa wineries that you particularly want to visit, or if you want to go to some other attractions of Napa Valley, you can draw your own itinerary.

Many vineyards have their own wine clubs. Joining one will earn you discounts on their wines, complimentary tastings, and invitations to cave tours and other parties for yourself and your friends.

One of the best Napa wineries there is

Some of the best California wines come from Anderson’s Conn Valley Vineyards, a 10-minute drive from downtown St. Helena. One of the more famous wines produced by Anderson’s Conn Valley Vineyards is the intense dark purple and red 2011 Signature Cabernet Sauvignon. Drawn exclusively from the best five barrels of the 2011 vintage, this rare wine is the child of a wet, cool year that produced low yield but high quality. The wine has an aroma of dark berries, leather, tar, spice and minerals. The palate is dominated by the fruitiness of blackberry and blueberry, with hints of licorice, smoke and the finest tannins from barrels of French oak. This is a wine that will improve for decades. Anderson’s Conn Valley Vineyards has been owned and operated by the Anderson family since 1983. By ordering six bottles per year, you can join their wine club, giving you discounts on many of their finest wines, tickets for two to their parties and a complimentary cave tasting.

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