NAPA VALLEY HOTEL & SUITES

707-226-1871

Napa Valley Grape Harvest Season

All set for your upcoming Napa vacation? Are you
fervently browsing thousands of exciting options to shortlist your wine
tastings and food pairings? Why not deviate from the usual and pick out
wineries that have something extraordinary going on and produce the most
amazing wines in the region?

Participants of Napa Green’s sustainable,
environmentally progressive philosophy, Napa’s “green” vintners have taken the ‘Soil
to Bottle’ concept to a different level. Whether you are a hard-core
environmentalist, an eco-conscious consumer, or simply intrigued by what green vintners
do, you have the opportunity to meet them up close. Learn how these vintners have
adopted a series of thoughtful decisions to promote conservation of the land
and resources by:

  • Changing
    the vineyard layouts or planting areas to minimize water usage.
  • Planting
    cover crops to prevent soil erosion and enhance water retention.
  • Relying
    on natural predators, such as bluebirds and owls to minimize man-made

All set for your upcoming Napa vacation? Are you
fervently browsing thousands of exciting options to shortlist your wine
tastings and food pairings? Why not deviate from the usual and pick out
wineries that have something extraordinary going on and produce the most
amazing wines in the region?

Participants of Napa Green’s sustainable,
environmentally progressive philosophy, Napa’s “green” vintners have taken the ‘Soil
to Bottle’ concept to a different level. Whether you are a h

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Napa Valley Grape Harvest Season

While there are many factors at play, did
you know that the overarching taste and color of wine come from its grapes and how the wine is aged?

In Napa Valley, you may wonder what
grapes are the most popular in a place known as “wine country.”

To broaden your wine knowledge, here are
the most popular grapes found in Napa Valley:

  • Cabernet Sauvignon: Cabernet Sauvignon comes from ripe red
    grapes, and in Napa Valley, it accounts
    for 40 percent of their total production and 55 percent of the area’s crop
    value. The flavor depends on where the vineyard plants, the amount of sun and
    type of soil, and watering. However, the varieties here in wine country range
    from notes of black fruits to cherries, plums, currant, and of course zesty
    spices from oak barrel aging.
  • Chardonnay: Chardonnay is the second most popular
    grape in Napa Valley because the area is home to calcium-rich soil and ideal
    crisp climates. The chardonnays here are complex, vibrant, lively, and even have butter

While there are many factors at play, did
you know that the overarching taste and color of wine come from its grapes and how the wine is aged?

In Napa Valley, you may wonder what
grapes are the most popular in a place known as “wine country.”

To broaden your wine knowledge, here are
the most popular grapes found in Napa Valley:

  • Cabernet Sauvignon: Cabernet Sauvignon comes from ripe red
    grapes, and in Napa Valley, it accounts
    for 40 percent of their total production and 55 perc

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Napa Valley Hotel & Suites
is located in Downtown Napa, CA

853 Coombs Street
Napa, CA 94158
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