Quality Inn & Suites Napa Valley
316 Pittman Road
Fairfield, CA 94534
Phone: (707) 864-3797
Fax: (707) 864-3897
Founded in 1983, Whitford Cellars has the distinction of producing award-winning Pinot Noir, Syrah and Chardonnay. The Haynes Vineyard on the estate is known as one of the most notable vineyards in Napa Valley, receiving rave reviews on the soil and temperature conditions. The wines are not far behind; magazines, such as Connoisseur's Guide and Wine and Spirits have rated the wines favorably.
Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Pinot Gris are the main varietals made at Ancien Wines. Ken Bernards started his own winery with the aim of capturing the essence of the terroir in the fruits so as to enrich the the quality of wine made through the traditional methods. After working for many years in the wine making industry, he now lends his knowledge to create wines from the different locales of Napa Valley. Tours and tastings are done with prior appointments.
This winery produces a variety of delightful wines and features a shop and special events throughout the year.
Tom Farella inherited his father's ambition to grow wine grapes and today, his 26-acre (10.5-hectare) vineyard produces some of the best wines in the country. For Farella, the mission of his business is to create a balanced wine that will complement the food. With this in mind the Farella vineyard has continued to serve wine lovers the best of wines. You can also visit the vineyard and taste some of the excellent wines they produce. Visits to the winery are only through appointment.
Elke Vineyards is spread over 18 acres (7 hectares) of land in the rich grape-growing region of Napa Valley, California. Elke has been in the grape-growing and wine-making business for over twenty years. Their signature wines are Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris and Merlot. The wine made here is sent to almost all the states in the US and is also shipped abroad. At Elke they believe that making wine is an art and they are constantly trying to satisfy their customers.
Falcor is a fine example of a boutique family winery, with a keen focus on crafting some of the highest quality wines in the Napa Valley.
Experience wildlife and wild rides at this combination theme park, wildlife park, and oceanarium that contains more rides, shows, and attractions than any other theme park in Northern California.
Formerly known as Marine World, this is a combination wildlife park, oceanarium, and theme park. Some of its most popular attractions include a killer whale show, water rides and roller coasters, an animal nursery, a family of elephants, and roaming cartoon characters like Bugs Bunny and Batman. Bring the kids to take in a sea lion show after you get splashed by Shouka, the resident 4000-pound killer whale, or check out the thrill ride Vertical Velocity. The park is located a short 30-minute drive north of San Francisco. Hours vary seasonally, so be sure to check their website.
Tulocay prides itself in producing classy Zinfandels, Syrahs, Chardonnays, Merlots and Cabernets. The vineyard also makes the sultry red Pinot Noir. This small winery has developed its own charm over the years, and even though Tulocay does not fancy major visitors' tours and complimentary gifts, the place sure has its own quaint way of involving visitors in wine tasting.
Located high up on a hill in the Coombsville area of the Napa Valley, Frazier produces premium quality wine that is made from 100 percent free-run juice from grapes. The wine here is served at many restaurants around California. It is also available in many grocery stores and select wine shops. Tasting and tours to the winery can be conducted by prior appointment.
This history of this cemetery is the history of Napa Valley and the surrounding community, with its markers and mausoleums dating from the Victorian era to today. It reflects the diversity of the Napa Valley heritage.
This full service public library provides a variety of books, materials, and a reference center, as well as offers a variety of children's programs and storytelling times.