Explore, Relax, Sip, Repeat Oakville Wine Tours by Limousine
The village of Oakville got it’s name from the area’s dense population of oak tree groves. During the mid 1800’s, Oakville was a water stop for the Napa Valley Railroad. The steam train would bring namely the wealthy travelers from the ferry docks in Vallejo to the resort town of Calistoga. Obviously, times have changed, but the same train tracks are used by the Napa Valley Wine Train instead. Oakville has since become well known for their robust Cabernet Sauvignon from places like Groth Winery and Silver Oak Winery. We think you will agree, this is one of the best regions to visit on your Napa Valley wine tour. Of course, no day of wine tasting is complete without a stop at Oakville Grocery for some epic picnic goodies! Loved by locals and tourists alike, this is a “must” pitstop for a perfect day of wine tasting.
We think you will agree with some of our winey suggestions below.
Picnic Supplies: Oakville Grocery
See Yountville or Rutherford for hotel accommodations