The Glass Fire: Palisades Vineyard

NOTE: As Calistoga and the surrounding areas recover from the devastating wildfires that began on September 27, 2020, many heroic and harrowing stories are beginning to emerge. The following is the account of the Glass Fire as written by Steven Rasmussen, of Palisades Vineyard. I’ve received scores of emails and...

Calistoga Wine Trail on Dunaweal Lane

As a connector road between Highway 29 and the Silverado Trail, Dunaweal Lane is about a mile and a half south of downtown Calistoga. This quiet two-lane road is home to a perfect combination of wineries to visit – from larger production houses offering a full menu of delicious wines...

Visit Calistoga – The North Calistoga Wine Trail

Heading north from downtown Calistoga, visitors will discover some of the more interesting, historic and enjoyable wineries in the entire Napa Valley.  Just a short drive to Tubbs Lane is the location of a Napa Valley icon, Chateau Montelena, which offers stunning scenery, informative tours and of course, extraordinary wine....

Visit Calistoga – Downtown Wineries

If you’re staying in or just visiting Calistoga, the charming downtown offers a mix of trendy shops, delicious restaurants and of course, winery tasting rooms. Within walking distance of Lincoln Avenue are about a dozen tasting rooms for you to sample some of Napa Valley’s best Cabs, Sauvignon Blancs, Chardonnays...

The Real Calistoga

Ancient hot springs, erupting geysers, and volcanic rock define modern vineyards and a new way to dine in Calistoga. Leslie Sbrocco joins with local winegrowers to discover the secrets around American wine and how it compares with other wines from around the world.

The Essential Winery Guide to Calistoga

Travel away from the hustle and bustle and into the northern extremes of Cab Country in Napa’s Calistoga. The region is possibly the warmest climate in Napa. It’s sleepy and quaint. Calistoga’s Main Street feels from another era, with galleries, craft shops and bookstores.