While Napa Valley California is most known for wine and touring the wineries and vineyards, there are many things that a tourist can do in Napa Valley that actually does not involve wine in the experience. If you enjoy history and wonder what the valley looked like a century or more ago, the the Napa Valley Historical Society offers tours and lectures by local historians. The Napa Art Walk exhibition showcases 3-d art. When you purchase a piece of art from the art walk, a portion of the sale goes to future art shows. Napa Valley’s soil is not just perfect for grapes, it is also perfect for olives. Tourists can visit the Round Pond Estate which grows Mediterranean olives. They produce traditional olive oils as well as herb, flower and fruit infused craft style oils as well as a large selection of vinegars. Round Pond Estate also offers guided tours that educate visitors on oil production. Calistoga Ranch resorts features the Auberge spa; this resort is known for it’s natural hot springs and therapeutic massages. Auberge is the perfect spot to relax while in Napa Valley.
The traveling vineyard offers an in home wine tasting experience that features many Napa Valley wines. This is a direct sales opportunity for wine enthusiasts across the United States. This allows wine lovers to make money while being surrounded by the wine they love. Traveling vineyard was founded on the idea of how can someone know if they enjoy a wine if they are not able to taste it first. In 2001 traveling vineyard launched their in home wine tasting experiences. When someone decides to become an in home wine guide they are offered a support team from the moment they sign on, they are also given a local leader, someone they can shadow and learn from or simply email and phone for advice. Traveling wine guides are given online support through the tasting room, this is an online training guide. This provides an in home Napa Valley experience in living rooms across the United States.
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