Inside Napa Valley
More than 400 wineries dot the fertile soils of Napa Valley, one of the world’s premier wine regions. Stroll through the vineyards, talk with the winemaker, or sip award-winning wines with dramatic views of the valley floor. Napa Valley is the perfect place to escape for a romantic getaway. Napa attracts thousands of wealthy travelers, wine connoisseurs and foodies each year to discover its fine dining, vineyards, sightseeing opportunities, and shopping.
Go on tasting tours and sample the local sparkling wines, reds, whites and rosés at one of the boutique wineries or choose for the more prominent brand name producers. Visit one of the many high-end restaurants and quaint bistros and enjoy the local fresh ingredients. Play a round of golf at the many fun and challenging courses in the area, or go for a walk along the Coast or in one of the Valley’s picturesque towns.
Not just for Wine Lovers
Napa Valley is no longer just for wineaficionados, thanks to destination-worthy craft breweries and distilleries in Napa Valley and Sonoma County. There are several artisan distilleries and small-batch breweries open for the public.
Visit Hanson of Sonoma Distillery a family-owned craft distillery which focuses on creating organic, grape-based, gluten-free, and non-GMO vodka.
More into beer? Go to St. Clair Brown Winery & Brewery this nano-brewery, and culinary garden is located right in the heart of downtown Napa. The brews are made on-site in small batches and with the exception of their Honey Wheat Ale, all other brew offerings are vegan.
The towns of Nappa Valley
- Calistoga: Famous for their hot springs and mud baths, Calistoga is the place to unwind and relax.
- St. Helena: A picturesque town with scores of shops, wineries, restaurants, and swanky hotels.
- Oakville & Rutherford: Visit these two towns for some of the best Cabernet & Chardonnay wines in Napa Valley.
- Yountville: Yountville is a food and wine lover’s dream that also boasts a lively culture and arts scene.
- Napa: Find a vibrant night life and unexpected blend of urban activities in the town of Napa.
- American Canyon: This family-friendly town is a perfect home base or jump-off location for exploring Napa Valley.
Best time to visit
Actually there is not a bad time to visit Napa Valley. September and October are the busiest and warmest months, offering the chance to experience the annual grape harvest in action. But remember this is peak tourist season so expect crowds and high prices for just about everything. If you catch the tail end of the harvest season, you’ll enjoy the area’s beautiful autumn weather, complete with changing leaves.
March through May is another prime time to visit. During the spring, everything is green in Napa and the mild weather makes it a perfect time to embark on a hike through the hills to get up close and personal with nature. Spend an afternoon traversing the trails in Skyline Park and enjoy the park’s native plant garden.
Book a Private Jet to Napa Valley
Privaira offers the most convenient and comfortable way to travel to Napa Valley. Don’t forget to look out of the window to take in the aerial view of the vineyards as you approach the Napa County Airport. We recommend landing at Napa County Airport (APC) conveniently located near the region’s finest hotels and the vineyards themselves.
Other nearby airports include Buchanan Field Airport (CCR) in Concord, Hayward Executive (HWD) in the East Bay, Metropolitan Oakland Airport (OAK), and San Francisco International Airport (KSFO).
Call our charter agents at 1.844.778.2472 or start your quote today.