The Legendary Napa Valley

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Just over an hour north of San Francisco, the Napa Valley is a fabled legacy of international renown, yet is also one of the smallest winegrowing regions in the world. Only 30 miles long and a few miles wide, the valley’s 150 restaurants, 125 lodging properties, outdoor activities, events and art galleries ensure that there is no one way to experience the valley. You may just have to come back for more.

Celebrate Bay Area Tastemakers with Eat Drink SF

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2017's Eat Drink SF at Fort Mason
Eat Drink SF returns in 2019 on Aug. 24 at The Midway. The premier annual food, wine, and spirits festival offers tastings, demonstrations, and signature special event sessions, with favorite top San Francisco and area restaurants participating.

Best Areas to Stay In Napa Valley

Napa Valley has a wide range of accommodations, from bed & breakfasts to luxurious resorts. Find the place that fits your interests and relish the pleasures of wine country.

Guide to Wineries and Wine Events in Sonoma County

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Sonoma County
Home to 60,000 acres of vineyards, more than 425 wineries, and 17 distinct American Viticultural Areas, Sonoma County's enticing wine country delights are just an hour’s drive north of San Francisco and make for the perfect addition to your visit to San Francisco.


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