A luxuriously vintage experience. Elegant 100-year-old railcars. A historic 150-year-old rail corridor. The Wine Train preserves a piece of Napa Valley history and proudly continues railroading traditions that are disappearing from the American landscape. The railroad that once transported visitors to a spa resort in Calistoga now brings guests from around the world on a 36-mile round-trip discovery to St. Helena and back, stopping at celebrated Napa Valley wineries along the way.
On the Right Track - Our Main Train
A 30-mile journey through one of the top wine-growing regions in the world, from Downtown Napa to St. Helena.
Fresh, local produce, line caught fish. Some pretty big flavors come from our small onboard kitchens. Confined space, liberated palate.
From famous brands to boutique wines, you'll find some of the best wines in the world from Napa Valley and other California regions.
What if I have an allergy? Can we bring our own wine? Have a question about your Wine Train journey? We've answered lots of them here.
In the Press
Most scenic train ride, what to do in Napa, luxurious dream experiences. A round-up of feature stories and news about the Wine Train.
Saving Napa’s Rail Line
From railroad heyday to discontinued service. How a group of impassioned Napa Valley residents saved the historic rail corridor.
Love Lock Bridge
A beloved practice that originated in China, made popular by Europe, now a popular fixture at the Napa Valley Wine Train station.
Rail Arts District
We facilitate donations to this dynamic art district, diverse art along a 1.7-mile section of the Napa Valley Vine Trail parallel to the Wine Train tracks.
The Napa Valley Wine Train cares deeply about its community and believes in prideful practices to assist as stewards of the Valley. Throughout the years we’ve donated and volunteered with local charities that benefit and impact our communities for the better.