St. Helena, home to some of the most diverse and picturesque scenery in the Napa Valley, has something for everyone to explore, from the valley floor to the tranquil mountains.
The weather is warm, California has reopened, and now is the perfect time to discover wine on Spring Mountain in St. Helena. Once you go up Spring Mountain, you may never want to come down!
Over one hundred and eighty years ago, the first vineyard was planted in St. Helena. Today, Beckstoffer vineyards has renowned vineyards sprouting grapes each year, ready to be made into delicious Napa Valley wine.
No matter what type of wine country adventure fills your days, your nights at these St. Helena lodging spots are what dreams are made of!
From balloons and bikes to trains and (walking) tours, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite ways to explore St. Helena wine country! No need to be in the driver’s seat when you’re in Napa Valley, sit back and let the professionals take care of it all.