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The Napa Valley Wine Train provides a relaxing three-hour, thirty-six mile round-trip journey from the historic town of Napa, through one of the world's most well known wine valleys to the quaint village of St. Helena, and back.Guests aboard the...more
Enjoyed the three wineries that were on this tour. The food on board was delicious. The staff was wonderful. The tour was enjoyable.
I was a little disappointed that we were a table for 2 but had to share a booth with another couple we...More
Our trip was coach out to Raymond Winery and lunch on the train back. When we booked in U.K. we anticipated train both ways.
Raymond winery is more a ‘cult’ for the winemaker (he designs his own Shoes) and some of the tasting rooms are...More
What a perfect day for our first trip to Napa Valley. I would highly recommend this tour especially if you don’t have a lot of time and you don’t know really what you want to do. We absolutely LOVED our day on the train.
We rode the wine train at lunch time. There is a nice big lobby for waiting, and the boarding process went very smoothly. We were second lunch seating, so while we were waiting, we were served individual fruit and cheese plates, which were delightful, and...More
This was our second trip on the wine train, the first being 8 years ago for the Murder Mystery Event. We elected to do the Gourmet Express dinner this time and were NOT disappointed. Food and service were excellent.
This was an excursion offered by Celebrity Cruise. We were cruising from Vancouver, B.C. to San Diego. We did several wine tasting excursions at various ports but this was the best. The food and service were excellent. We also enjoyed their local wine selection. It...More
Dear Napa Valley Wine Train,
Yesterday, September 16th, I brought my mom to the Wine Train Vista Dome, expecting a great experience. We were arranged to be seated at C8, a narrow seat with a tiny space, next to a high platform that separates us...More
My friend and I mainly came to California to do this! The wine train is expensive but worth saving some money up for! They fed us breakfast, lunch, snacks, and dessert (I am sure they try to keep you full to keep people from feeling...More
We did the 6 hour wine train ride visiting 3 wineries. The big wineries don't produce exceptional quality but they are generally pleasant. The tours were often fun especially at Berengers. Kind of touristy and quite expensive but in the end sit back and enjoy...More
As part of a group tour, we went on the Wine Train. Only regret is that we couldn't have done more! Our waiter, Jacob, was fun and professional. The food was fabulous, and of course, the wine. We also met a new employee, Jack, from...More
Sacramento is easiest. I would chose a car service given that you will be drinking. The wine train can set up a pick up and drop off. The also own the River Terrace hotel that is across the street from the depot and right... More
Sacramento is easiest. I would chose a car service given that you will be drinking. The wine train can set up a pick up and drop off. The also own the River Terrace hotel that is across the street from the depot and right by Oxbow market which is awesome