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For an unparalleled Napa Valley experience, hop aboard the historic Napa Valley Wine Train! Travel through wine country in a restored antique train and stare out the large picture windows at the rolling hills and lush vineyards of St Helena, Oakville, Rutherford and Yountville. Enjoy a gourmet 3-course meal on board and hop off at the winery of your choice for a guided tour and tasting. This is the most scenic, relaxing and unique way to experience California's most renowned wine region.
Travel safely during this Napa Valley Historic Wine Train tour
Picture windows provide awesome views of the Napa Valley
A 3-course meal fills you up before wine tasting
Sample wine from one or two vineyards, and hear about its significance to the winemaking community
What to Expect
This Napa Valley Wine Train tour meets in downtown Napa about 30 minutes before your booked time.
Once you’re on board the train, relax for the ride to Napa. You can sip on coffee, tea, or water on your way, and indulge in a 3-course lunch before you get to the wineries.
Depending on which option you chose, you’ll either visit Raymond Vineyards, Grgich Hills Estate, or Raymond Vineyards along with Charles Krug Winery. Enjoy a guided tour of the winery or wineries, as well as tastings.
Afterward, unwind on the train ride back to downtown Napa.
Napa Valley Wine Train, 1275 McKinstry St, Napa, CA 94559, USA
Varies; please check in 30 minutes prior to boarding
Returns to original departure point
Wine tastings at the wineries
Lunch - 3-course lunch
Coffee and tea
Round-trip train and coach transport
Server gratuities (recommended)
Soft drinks, juice and alcoholic beverages (available for purchase)
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking
Operates in all weather conditions; please dress appropriately
Dress code is smart casual
Any reserved seats not claimed within 10 minutes prior to departure may be released for resale
Not wheelchair or scooter accessible
Not wheelchair accessible
Near public transportation
Most travelers can participate
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
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Experience was perfect we were a large group 16 of us, not only did they make sure we all sat together but everyone was very attentive to us all. The food was delicious I had the beef tenderloin. Our wine tour was nice we went...More
We took the lunch train up to see Krug and Raymond Vineyards. The lunch was well prepared and quick. Our server was excellent, would equal any top restaurant. Quick, polite, good wine recommendations, and knowledgeable with the passing vineyards out the train windows. Once we...More
The food was good and service was also good. it was about 3 hours so the last hour was kind of boring since its a roundtrip and basically see the same thing on the way back. A little pricey for what you get especially asking...More
We had a good time, but not sure it's worth the cost. The food on the train was surprisingly good, but not great. We didn't know that we were taking a motor coach back to Napa. It was ok, but certainly not luxurious. Nevertheless, a...More
THIS TOUR IS A MUST! The wine train had the most attentive staff and you felt like you were on a first class trip through Napa Valley. Additionally, the train travels slowly so you are able to see both sides of the tracks and all...More
Hello - I am pretty sure it depends on what tour you go on, but we did a half day tour and it departed at 11:30, which I also notice is for some of the full day tours. If you go on their website, and look at each specific... More
Hello - I am pretty sure it depends on what tour you go on, but we did a half day tour and it departed at 11:30, which I also notice is for some of the full day tours. If you go on their website, and look at each specific tour, it will tell you what time they depart. But it looks like a standard time is 11:30. The day we did it, it seemed that 30 minutes prior was not necessary but I have a feeling that this is for when it is busy and there are standbys. We went on a mid-week day and it wasn't crowded at all.