In addition to lodging at Silverado Resort and Spa and enjoying the beautiful scenery, amenities and services of the resort, guests will enjoy lunch on the famous Napa Valley Wine Train as well as receive a Priority Wine Pass membership (valid for two) that provides a year long pass that gives you complimentary or discounted tastings at over 200 wineries in California. In addition to special offers on hot air balloon rides, transportation, and more.
Here is the list of wineries and the offers:
The Napa Valley Wine Train’s route runs through one of the top wine growing regions in the world and is a 36 mile round trip journey lasting three hours. After boarding at the McKinstry Street Station, conveniently located in Downtown Napa, guests travel through the old industrial section of Napa. The Wine Train will cross the Rural Urban Limit Line (RUL) about ten minutes into the journey and you will be treated to the spectacular scenery of the famed agricultural preserve of Napa Valley. Napa Valley is an appellation also known as an American Viticulture Area (AVA)s. Within Napa Valley there are 16 sub-appellations, with the Wine Train passing through Oak Knoll, Yountville, Oakville, Rutherford and St. Helena, some of the most expensive and famous farm real estate in the country. The Gourmet Car has two seatings. Guests who are assigned first seating, dine on fresh soup or salad and their choice of entree in the dining car while traveling up the valley, and will be served dessert with coffee or tea in one of the lounge cars on the return trip. Those guests with a second seating assignment will be served appetizers in one of the lounge cars while heading North to St. Helena and will enjoy their fresh soup or salad, choice of entree and dessert in one of the dining cars on the return trip.
Check In, 10:30 AM
Informal Welcome Seminar, 10:35 AM
Train Boards, 10:50 AM
Train Departs, 11:30 AM
Train Returns, 2:30 PM