Middle Aged (35-54)
North American (General)
North American (South West - Texas)
North American (US General American - GenAM)
North American (US Western)
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Napa Valley Rains is the land of grand estates, expansive tasting rooms, quaint towns and elegant lodgings, many of which edge up to the celebrated Silverado Trail, roughly an hour's drive north of San Francisco and boasting more than 400 wineries, Napa Valley is a connoisseur's paradise, inviting visitors to explore beyond the region's signature cabernet sauvignon and chardonnay. Don't Miss, for instance, the rediscovered merlot, whose plush texture and earthy cherry flavor are appealing to a new generation of red wine fans went to visit each season, has its charms. Springs emerging grape leaves turn hillsides brilliant green plumed with golden swaths of mustard blossoms. Summer warms up with events and festivals and their attendant crowds, so plan on packed schedules fall brings the crush. As vineyards and wineries bustle with workers, winter settles into a cool hush. Insiders know this is a time to snag reservations at Napa Valley's galaxy of Michelin starred restaurants, shop for holiday gifts and gaily decorated but quieter towns and relax in greater intimacy at posh spas