Dream of Napa Valley Wine Tasting? Make That Dream a Reality With A Wine Country Driver For You
Ever since the Judgment of Paris in 1976, California wine has been rightly considered among the very best in the world. And if you’re like many people thinking of planning a little trip to or from Napa Valley, a few days spent in Napa Valley wineries sounds a little bit like heaven.
But figuring out the logistics? Not always so easy. There are almost 400 wineries near the Napa Valley. That’s a lot of wine if you want to visit them all!
Why not partner with A Wine Country Driver For You to make your Napa Valley wine tasting go as smoothly as possible? If you’re driving yourself, you won’t be able to get the full winery experience. Renting a limousine is expensive, not to mention stuffy. But by contracting us to drive own car or your rental around, you can visit as many wineries as you’d like!
Truly, there’s few pleasures in life as decadent as quaffing rich Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Cabernet Sauvignon in the beautiful and inspiring landscape of California’s Napa Valley. Now, you can have that experience at affordable rates with a driver born and raised in the area—for less than you might expect!
A Guide to California Wines
There are around 400 wineries in the Napa Valley of California, and so there’s incredible diversity in the type character of the region’s wines. California is one of the best agricultural regions in the world, and the quality shows. Here are three common grapes you’re likely to meet as you create your own unique experience to rival the best wine tours in Napa Valley!
What can be said about Californian chardonnay that hasn’t already? Rich, buttery, crisp, with lively acidity, Chardonnay goes well with many foods, but especially seafood, cream sauces, or stir-fries. Every winery has its own terroir, but you’ll usually detect delicious aromas of lime, pear, melon, or peach when you drink this Napa Valley favourite.
The true king of the Napa Valley, Cab Sauv is a rich and decadent red wine that goes well with meats. Any black fruit such as blackberries, plums, or cherries can show up in the tasting notes, as well as generous amounts of pepper and spice aromas from oak aging.
Napa Valley Merlot is unpretentious and fun. It tends to be lighter bodied and goes well with almost all foods. Low in tannins, Merlot won’t pucker your face like some bold reds. Alone or in a blend, Merlot impresses with its casual West Coast charm.
You Choose the Wine Tasting Table and We Bring You There
Whether you’re an experienced wine lover or simply looking to broaden your horizons, trust A Wine Country Driver For You for all your Napa Valley wine tasting needs. To start planning your journey or to ask our wine experts any questions you might have about the best ‘wine country’ in America, give us a call from your Napa Valley home or business. Contact us today and get corking!