Posted on February 16th, 2018
If you’ve never been to the Napa Valley in early spring, you’ve missed one of its most spectacular seasons. From Napa to Calistoga, the vineyards are filled with a riot of brilliant yellow mustard flowers. Fruit trees – plum, apricot, apple, and quince – stand out in pops of color from white to coral, looking like botanical ballerinas. Between the showers, there’s plenty of sunlight and often puffy white clouds on the horizon.
In February, you can take a walking food and wine tour among downtown Napa’s finest culinary destinations with Napa’s Culinary Crawl.
On March 4, runners will love the 40th annual Napa Valley Marathon (be advised that this event closes the Silverado Trail for half a day from Napa to Calistoga). Mid-month, from March 15 to 18, foodies and music-lovers come for Yountville Live, a three-day festival featuring rock-star chefs, chart-topping music, and award-winning wines.
Read the rest on from Visit Napa Valley.