Napa mapper

The most famous wine region in North America, Napa Valley produces wines that rival those from the Old World’s most revered regions—but that’s not all it has going for it. This 30-mile stretch of Northern California has also proven to be one of the most beautiful to visit, with year-round sunshine and pleasing temps.

Notoriety has shaped Napa Valley into a charming, world-class destination for not just wine, but food, luxurious lodging, and R&R, too. The downside is that it’s naturally created some flaws as well: crowds (upwards of three million people visit a year), traffic up and down Napa’s two-lane highways, and a hefty price tag for hotels, dining, and wine. Nonetheless, if you’re a lover of wine, food, and idyllic views, this region cannot be missed. When it comes to bucket list wine destinations, Napa Valley is up there with the likes of Bordeaux, Burgundy, and Champagne.

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