Our Route

Our Route

Located in Northern California about 50 miles northeast of San Francisco and about 60 miles west of Sacramento, the Napa Valley is one of the top wine growing regions in the world. And the Napa Valley Wine Train’s route runs right through it.

Originally a rail line built in 1864 to take visitors north to the resort town of Calistoga, the Wine Train is a three-hour, 36-mile round-trip journey from Downtown Napa to St. Helena and back. After boarding the train at the McKinstry Street Station, guests travel through the old industrial section of Napa, crossing the Rural Urban Limit Line (RUL) about ten minutes into the journey. Then it’s nothing but the spectacular scenery of beautiful wine country, the famed agricultural preserve of Napa Valley, past some of the most expensive and famous farm real estate in the country, and through the charming towns of Oak Knoll, Yountville, Oakville, and Rutherford.

  1. Castello Di Amorosa
  2. Charles Krug
  3. Merryvale
  4. Beringer
  5. Louis Martini
  6. Hall
  7. V. Sattui
  8. Flora Springs
  9. Raymond
  10. Delectus
  11. Franciscan
  12. Whitehall Lane
  13. Provenance
  14. Grgich Hills
  15. Beaulieu Vineyard
  16. Inglenook
  17. Peju
  18. St. Supery
  19. Sequoia Grove
  20. Cakebread
  21. Turnbull
  22. Robert Mondavi
  23. Nickel & Nickel
  24. Opus On
  25. Silver Oak
  26. Far Niente
  27. Napa Cellars
  28. Cosentino
  29. Dominus
  30. Domaine Chandon
  31. Elyse
  32. Trefethen
  33. Laird Estate

Key

  • Partner Wineries / Vineyards
  • Wineries / Vineyards
  • Napa Valley Wine Train Station
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