The Wine Train

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On the Right Track - Our Main Train

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.

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Our Route

A 30-mile journey through one of the top wine-growing regions in the world, from Downtown Napa to St. Helena.

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Onboard Cuisine

Fresh, local produce, line caught fish. Some pretty big flavors come from our small onboard kitchens. Confined space, liberated palate.

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Our Wine

From famous brands to boutique wines, you'll find some of the best wines in the world from Napa Valley and other California regions.

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Train FAQs

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.

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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.

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Saving Napa’s Rail Line

From railroad heyday to discontinued service. How a group of impassioned Napa Valley residents saved the historic rail corridor.

History
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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.

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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.

How to Donate

The Gift of Adventure

For a limited time, purchase a $100 gift card and receive a $25 voucher.