napa valley

An Enterprise of Love: An Exclusive Interview with Cathy Corison, One of Napa’s First Female Winemakers

Cathy Corison was a true pioneer of Napa Valley, decades before it was known as the iconic wine country getaway that it’s famous for today. As a dedicated owner, vintner and viticulturist at Corison Winery, Cathy started out with little experience but a whole lot of passion, and a determination to be one of the best wine makers in the valley, regardless of gender. We had the pleasure of visiting Cathy in the tasting room that was built by her husband, overlooking her gnarled vines, sipping sunshine and waxing poetic about everything from hauling hoses to what it takes to break into an industry the way she has done. Perseverance, a little hard headedness, and a lot of wine...

Everything You Need to Know About Living Your Dream Life on Your Next Napa Vacation

There are so many different ways to experience California’s Napa Valley. There’s the first time Napa visit, a rush of wineries and a Disneyworld attitude, trying to fit everything in. There’s the overindulgent visit, where even the most expensive bottle of Cab starts to taste like wine juice. And then there’s the right way to do Napa. Stay at a private estate on a vineyard, soak in the history of the vines, take your time, restrict your tasting to just the creme de la creme. Hire a private chef to bring the freshness and flavors to you. Let us show you a glimpse of the perfect way to experience this magical little valley that has become iconic to oenophiles all over the world...
Chappellet Vineyard

A Wine Lover’s Guide to Napa

Wake up. Register incredible view of winery outside your window. Gulp down coffee. Admire the fog rolling in on the vines. Time-check. Driver’s here. Time to ex...