The Napa Valley Wine Train Involves Wining, Dining and Travel

By: Megan Facciuolo - May 26, 2014
References: winetrain
The Napa Valley Wine Train is a unique wine tour that is always on-the-go. The train is a luxury automotive that gives its passengers a relaxing inside look -- literally -- of the heart of wine country.

The tour, which is three hours long, travels along a 36 mile track that starts in the historic town of Napa and loops back around. Through its travels, guests can see four other wine towns: Yountville, Oakville, Rutherford and St.Helena. On board, guests can enjoy gourmet food and wine as they pass through the coinciding vineyards. (They have the option to pre-purchase winery tours in order to stop and get off.)

The trains aesthetics provides a vintage experience for riders too. Each cart is a restored railcar. Take the 'Vista Dome' for example; it is a refurbished 1952 Pullman domed railcar.