Harvest is here in St. Helena! It’s in full swing in the Napa Valley as wineries and restaurants are welcoming visitors from all over the world to our wine country doorstep.
Check out our suggestions for fall things to do in St. Helena.
Charles Krug’s Cucina di Rosa Salumeria is now offering handcrafted salumi and artisan cheeses daily! Their new Estate Chef Daryl Muromoto—who has worked for such renowned culinary destinations as Meadowood in St. Helena, the girl & the fig in Sonoma, and the former Postrio in San Francisco—brings his expertise to their Cucina di Rosa. Part-Sicilian, Daryl has an intrinsic love of Italian cooking and a passion for wine.
Enjoy wood-fired pizza on their tree-lined lawn (Thursday through Mondays) from 11 to 4. Pair these Italian-inspired delicacies with a delicious glass of Charles Krug wine! Now through October 31st.
Saturdays & Sundays, 11:30am-3:30pm
Enjoy Italian-style thin crust pizzas, made to order in a wood-fired pizza oven. Sink your teeth into BBQ Ribs, Salmon Sandwiches, Tri-tip Steaks, and Jalapeno Skewers. Or try their house-pulled mozzarella with heirloom tomatoes, grilled bread & basil, with your choice of sauces. You’ve chosen your wine, your food, and now it’s time to relax and enjoy the Napa Valley scenery! They have more than 2 acres of shaded picnic grounds surrounded by giant oak trees, flowers and vineyards.
Saturdays, September through October-12:30pm-4:30pm
Enjoy live music and picnicking on the Great Lawn. Sherry Shack will be open for picnic items and wines by the glass from 11:00am to 5:00pm. Arrive early to reserve your picnic spot. Bocce court and Con Hole are also available.