Napa Valley Announces Spring, Summer Offerings

The Legendary Napa Valley has announced Napa Valley’s offerings for spring and for summer. The offerings of the locality include: hikes, golf clinics, and visits to a new bar at The Restaurant at Meadowood.

The Napa Valley Collects exhibition will showcase work from the region’s private art collectors at The Napa Valley Museum from now until the end of May. The exhibition includes works sourced from throughout the Napa Valley, many never shown in public, including pieces by such artists as Pablo Picasso.

The Land Trust of Napa County offers hikes each weekend until June. Ranging from low impact observation hikes to more strenuous hikes, including in Maggies Peak, which offers 360 valley views at the summit. Hikes are complimentary and are based upon availability.

The Chardonnay Golf Club has partnered with the Meritage Resort and Spa to offer Golf Digest’s Napa Valley Golf School. The one- or three-day intensive lessons are with a Golf Digest-certified instructor.

The Restaurant at Meadowood’s new lounge and bar now offers a three-course menu, and “snacks from Chef Christopher Kostow”.

Meanwhile, the inaugural BottleRock Napa Valley music festival is slated from May 8 to 16, and it will feature over 60 artists and bands, including The Black Keys, Kings of Leon, and Zac Brown Band. Over a dozen comedians, including Jim Gaffigan, Demetri Martin, Wyatt Cenak, and Kristen Schaal will also perform.

For accommodation, available at Napa Valley are: Harvest Inn, The Meritage Resort and Spa, and the Villagio Inn and Spa.

The Napa Valley is the official wine region of the 34th annual America's Cup, and in partnership with San Francisco, is internationally recognized as one of only nine “Great Wine Capitals”.