Napa Valley itinerary: five top-notch sparkling wine stops

by TrevR on December 29, 2008

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To help everyone get in the proper New Year’s mood, we’ve updated the Napa Valley sparkling wine itinerary over on our community site.

This itinerary will literally take you from the very southern end of the Napa Valley (known as Carneros) all the way to the northern end (Calistoga) with a total of five stops along the way to taste some of the finest sparkling wines produced in the region.

By the way, if you’re wondering why we call it “sparkling wine” versus “Champagne”, check out some of these resources:

Sparkling wine page on Wikipedia
CNN article from 1999
Protect Place

Anyway, go check out the itinerary, if you like what you see, you can always log-in and click the “copy” button at the bottom of the page to use it as the basis for customizing an itinerary of your own (in fact, it might be wise to throw in a stop for food somewhere along the line :)).

The full list of shared itineraries can be found here.

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