Ah, Napa is gorgeous whichever way you look at it. The valley of wineries while driving through the town made me want to jump out of the car and run around the fields like a kid.
Upon entering Napa, we were greeted with a slight traffic while maneuvering our way to V. Sattui Winery. I guess my friend and I should’ve picked a better time to come during the day rather than getting here mid-afternoon during rush hour. The traffic was also major at the winery as it seemed that they had a wedding event going on. As soon as we stepped out of our car and walked in, I could see what all of the fuss was about.
This place was stunning.
The property consisted of a cellar where, there was a private event held. I had a chance to walk through it later in the afternoon and I thought it was quite an intimate setting where you could rent that space for events or in this case, a wedding. The room had various barrels placed against the walls with chairs and tables at the center of the room. The lights were dimmed creating an exclusivity feeling. I liked it.
My friend and I opted for their house wine and bought pizza. It was a perfect setting for a Saturday relaxing on a sunny day outdoors.
If the cellar is not your jam, you can also enjoy having a picnic on their 2 acres of land with a glass of wine and food by purchasing your items at their onsite artisan deli and marketplace. You’ll find various items there from panini, salads, sandwiches, pasta, house made desserts and of course, wines.
Have you ever been to Napa?