02/09/2021 — It’s that time of year again. The time when even the local might be tempted to pull off the road to get a photo of the amazing fields of yellow that cover Napa Valley. This happens every February and we never grow tired of it. We think yellow looks good on Napa Valley!
The photo above is from Ackerman Family Vineyards.
This photo is from Shafer Vineyards:
And here is the scene at Baldacci Family Vineyards:
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Go from vineyard to glass and learn how Napa Valley’s most widely grown grape variety becomes wine.
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