NAPA VALLEY HOTEL & SUITES

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August through October is the harvest season in Napa
Valley. Winemakers rush to pick grapes at peak ripeness and start the fruit’s
transformation into flavorful wines. On September 8th, 2019, the
Calistoga AVA will host its sixth annual harvest celebration.

The celebration features food and drinks from nine
local restaurants and more than 40 wineries. With 1,000 feet of tables set in
the center of Calistoga’s downtown, the joyous event expresses gratitude for a
bountiful harvest.

If you’re unable to make the date, here are several
other harvest season activities to enjoy:

August through October is the harvest season in Napa
Valley. Winemakers rush to pick grapes at peak ripeness and start the fruit’s
transformation into flavorful wines. On September 8th, 2019, the
Calistoga AVA will host its sixth annual harvest celebration.

The celebration features food and drinks from nine
local restaurants and more than 40 wineries. With 1,000 feet of tables set in
the center of Calistoga’s downtown, the joyous event expresses gratitude for a
bountiful harvest.

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Arts and Culture in Napa

When you visit wine country, you want to maximize your time between the vineyards, wineries, tasting rooms and gastronomic delights that Napa has to offer. However, the valley features plenty of other attractions catering to a wide range of visitors, including outdoor enthusiasts, history buffs and music lovers.

If you want to take a break from the vineyards and experience the region’s history, innovation and imagination, you are in for a treat. From art galleries and exhibitions to museums and music festivals, the valley’s abundant spread of activities, events and landmarks are sure to transform your Napa visit into an exciting cultural exploration.

Here’s a compilation of some options that you may want to cover:

  • Art Walks: Napa’s artistry goes well beyond what’s poured in your glass! Get a taste of local talent and creativity through art walks. Admire over 25 unique sculptures in Yountville and 15 marvelous pieces of art in downtown Napa. Take a guided tram tour

When you visit wine country, you want to maximize your time between the vineyards, wineries, tasting rooms and gastronomic delights that Napa has to offer. However, the valley features plenty of other attractions catering to a wide range of visitors, including outdoor enthusiasts, history buffs and music lovers.

If you want to take a break from the vineyards and experience the region’s history, innovation and imagination, you are in for a treat. From art galleries and exhibitions to museums

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Napa Valley Grape Harvest Season

The air in the Napa region is thick with the fruity, fermented smell of ripe grapes, and the buzz and excitement of vintners welcoming the harvest season. If you want to experience this magical environment and start ‘Christmasy’ celebrations early, there is no better place to be than Napa Valley.

The grapes for sparkling wines make their way from the vineyards to the crush pads as early as August. The harvest of white wine grapes happens next, followed by the ones for red wines from late October through early November. The grapes for the late harvest wines are sometimes left on the vines till as late as December.

When you visit wine country during the peak harvest period from September to October, you can enjoy a long line-up of activities and events that celebrate the grape-picking season. Here are a few exciting options that you may want to consider:

  • Grape Stomps: Climb into barrels of freshly harvested grapes and crush them with your feet. Enjoy the lively music and t

The air in the Napa region is thick with the fruity, fermented smell of ripe grapes, and the buzz and excitement of vintners welcoming the harvest season. If you want to experience this magical environment and start ‘Christmasy’ celebrations early, there is no better place to be than Napa Valley.

The grapes for sparkling wines make their way from the vineyards to the crush pads as early as August. The harvest of white wine grapes happens next, followed by the ones for red wines from late

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grapes of napa

Napa Valley is lively year-round, but things start to kick up big time during harvest season! Harvest 2017 is expected to beat previous years with more celebrations of the grape and excellent wines of the region.

When harvest season strikes, crews work throughout the day and night to take the delicious vine-ripened grapes out of the sun and prepare them for sparkling delights and elegant reds. The harvest typically kicks off in August but runs through late October to early November. Some red wines are not harvested until December, but most of the harvest activities start in August.

If you want to experience harvest season, here are a few activities that give you the true wine country experience:

  • Attend a Harvest Party: Harvest parties hosted by local vineyards and wineries let you take part in the wine harvest celebration. Some wineries that offer harvest parties include Sattui’s annual Crush Party, Peju Province Winery Grape Stomp, and the Mi Sueno Winery anniversary party.

Napa Valley is lively year-round, but things start to kick up big time during harvest season! Harvest 2017 is expected to beat previous years with more celebrations of the grape and excellent wines of the region.

When harvest season strikes, crews work throughout the day and night to take the delicious vine-ripened grapes out of the sun and prepare them for sparkling delights and elegant reds. The harvest typically kicks off in August but runs through late October to early November. Some red wi

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

853 Coombs Street
Napa, CA 94158
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