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Take a Wine Region Tour or Explore on Your Own?

Once you’ve been to “wine country” — be it Napa Valley, southern France, Tuscany or even a lesser known region here in the States — it can be difficult to imagine burning vacation days on any other type of destination.

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Napa in November: 2 More Reasons to Visit

In yesterday’s blog, we shared information on two events coming to the Napa Valley next month: the Louis M. Martini Winery Lot No. 1 Tasting, and the Napa Valley Film Festival’s Movie Mogul Dinner. Here are two more events to

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Plan Your November Wine Trip to Napa Valley

November is just around the corner, and the turning of the calendar page brings with it several enticing wine-related events in the Napa Valley. Let’s take a look at two of them today, and two more tomorrow… Louis M. Martini

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What Sets Napa Valley’s Oak Knoll District Apart

With fewer than 25 active wineries in the entire Napa Valley in 1968, the Trefethen family rehabilitated a “ghost winery” and began replanting the vineyards. That year, residents established the Napa Valley Agricultural Preserve to permanently protect more than 38,000

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