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Do you have a bucket list? If seeing the annual grape harvest in wine country is not on the list, add it now!

Harvest Season goes for a few months. After all, not all types of grapes are harvested at the same time. Depending on the type of wine being created, some grapes are harvested early in the season, while others wait until the very end.

If you have a favorite type of wine, come to Napa Valley during its harvest. Here is an overview of when grapes are harvested
during the season:

  • Sparkling Wine – Sparkling wine grapes are the ones to kick off the season. These are harvested using grapes that also go
    into Chardonnay and Pinot Noir but picked at their ripest early on so that theycan transform into some of those famed bubblies.
  • Sauvignon Blanc and the Family of Aromatic Whites – The aromatic white wine grapes are next to be picked, because these mature faster and already have their tropical flavors from the sun soaked in.
  • Chardonnay – Chardonnay grapes come at the sa

Do you have a bucket list? If seeing the annual grape harvest in wine country is not on the list, add it now!

Harvest Season goes for a few months. After all, not all types of grapes are harvested at the same time. Depending on the type of wine being created, some grapes are harvested early in the season, while others wait until the very end.

If you have a favorite type of wine, come to Napa Valley during its harvest. Here is an overview of when grapes are harvested
during the season:

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Napa Valley Grape Harvest Season

When fall rolls around, the kids go back to school and the wineries kick into full gear for harvest season. This is an ideal time to visit Napa. Not only will you get to watch the grape harvesting process, but you can also enjoy some of the most exciting events in wine country.

Here are a few of the events to check out this September:

  • Crocker & Starr’s Carnivus Maximus: This annual event is when Crocker & Starr will release their 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon along with other wines from their library of cellars. You can enjoy great wine and also a feast from local culinarians.
  • CIA at Copia: Come visit the Culinary Institute of America’s Ciderfest that includes seasonal food, live music, and local ciders made fresh.
  • The Hess Collection: At the annual Lion’s Release Dinner, enjoy great wines from the Hess Collection’s Art Museum on September 14th. Tickets are $300 per person, but if you are a member, you can snag a spot for $240 per person.
  • Annual Harvest Ball at V. Sattu

When fall rolls around, the kids go back to school and the wineries kick into full gear for harvest season. This is an ideal time to visit Napa. Not only will you get to watch the grape harvesting process, but you can also enjoy some of the most exciting events in wine country.

Here are a few of the events to check out this September:

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v sattui winery

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 Hotel & Suites
is located in Downtown Napa, CA

853 Coombs Street
Napa, CA 94158
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