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The Best of Winter in Wine Country

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After the grapes are picked, the leaves begin to change colors, bathing the valley and hillsides in dramatic shades of gold and flaming red. The tide of tourists recede and growers and winemakers take time to relax. It's a wonderful time to visit—less traffic, less expensive hotels, and wineries are practically begging you to visit.
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2555 Main St, St Helena, CA 94574, USA
The second location of the country’s best cooking school is not just for students. The Greystone campus was originally built in the 1800’s as a gravity flow winery cooperative (as the restoration continues, they often find bottles of...
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1400 Clay St, Napa, CA 94559, USA
Each November, just as harvest and the peak tourist season is winding down, the focus shifts from grapes and wine to the cinema as the Napa Valley Film Festival brings hundreds of filmmakers, actors, directors and documentarians to the valley....
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1314 McKinstry St, Napa, CA 94559, USA
Housed inside the Westin near downtown Napa, this restaurant stands out among fine-dining experiences. The best time to taste Chef Ken Frank's classic French fare is during truffle season, when he hosts the annual Napa Valley Truffle Festival. La...
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987 St Helena Hwy, St Helena, CA 94574, USA
Corison Winery is a must-visit anytime of the year — the hospitality is friendly, honest and open, reminiscent of 20 years ago, which is about when Cathy started making wine in Napa Valley. The tasting room is in the winery (Cathy is usually...
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900 Meadowood Ln, St Helena, CA 94574, USA
The renowned Meadowood Resort mixes the grandeur of a chalet with the amenities of a five-star resort—located in a private canyon within minutes of downtown St. Helena. The shaded, secluded property revolves around 99 rooms, most of which...