Spring Break in St. Helena, CA

Spring Break in St. Helena, CA

St. Helena’s close proximity to San Francisco and Napa Valley wineries makes it the perfect place to spend a relaxing spring break. It’s a great place to be if you’re looking for something a bit different for a spring break vacation, especially for wine lovers. Here are some fun things to do in St. Helena for spring break.

Explore wineries and vineyards

There are a lot of vineyards and wineries in and around St. Helena that offer world class wine and tastings. Napa Valley is full of historic vineyards and unique tasting tours within close proximity to St. Helena.

Sutter Home’s well known label is located right in St. Helena where you can buy their award-winning wines

Charles Krug opened in 1882 in St. Helena and is the oldest winery and the first tasting room. Experience a 90 minute tour and a flight of their famous wines.

Castello di Amorosa is one of the most recognizable vineyards in Napa Valley. Located in Calistoga, the medieval castle at Castello sits on 170 acres of vineyard land. Enjoy guided tours and food pairings with your wine.

The Napa Valley wine train offers journeys throughout Napa Valley vineyards with food and wine available on the train. There are different tours throughout Napa Valley’s best wineries with themes like murder mystery and romantic tours.

Go shopping

The shopping in St. Helena may be the best in Napa Valley. The Main Street has an array of unique shops and boutiques you won’t find anywhere else. Shop for gifts for family back home or treat yourself to something nice. visit the Oxbow Public Market to experience one of a kind foods and wines.

Take a balloon ride

See all of Napa Valley from the sky. Enjoy rolling hills and mountain views as you take a unique ride through Napa Valley’s sky. Take a sunrise flight to see a beautiful sunrise that adds to the views. Make reservations ahead of  time and check the weather frequently to avoid a cancelled flight. There are several companies that will take you on a safe guided tour.

Visit the Culinary Institute of America

The Culinary Institute of America is where some of the greatest chefs mastered their craft. You can tour the beautiful campus in St. Helena or eat at one of their restaurants. You can also take a food and wine class and be a CIA student for a day.

Visit wine country this spring break for spectacular food, wine and relaxation. If you’re looking for a place to stay in St. Helena, Wine Country Inn is a premier St. Helena hotel with easy access to Napa Valley vineyards.