Access to Private Wineries, Gardens, Estates and Much More

Verve Napa Valley

OK… you booked your group in Napa. Now what do you do? You want to do something different, something memorable and cool? Ask people who know what they are doing. The people at Verve know what they are doing. They will design a program for you, get access to artisan wineries not necessarily open to the public, get access to private estates, gardens, art collections… organize team building events, barrel tastings, transportation, and all of that really good DMC stuff. www.vervenapavalley.com

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Napa (& Sonoma) Valley Bike Tours

If you (and your team) really want to experience why they came all the way to Napa Valley in the first place, then a guided, casual bike tour is a perfect solution. Cycling slowly down backroads between vineyards, sights, sounds, smells and all, is a completely different experience than rushing through in an air-conditioned vehicle. You literally can stop to smell the flowers.

Napa Valley Bike Tours can customize your event for your group’s unique needs and abilities. Do a team building thing or just relax and visit wineries selected for their hospitality. The guides are friendly, knowledgeable and non-judgmental when you decide to ride the van home after winery visit number three. www.napavalleybiketours.com

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Napa Valley Wine Train

Your group can buy out a car or an entire train. Do teambuilding (the cliché is the Murder Mystery thing… but being a cliché does not mean it’s not great fun… or a wine tasting/food pairing, or… whatever you and the absolutely wonderful Train People can dream up. And you can do this while enjoying fine dining service, multi-course meals cooked to order, Napa Valley scenery and exquisitely restored antique rail cars.  Their marketing prose says it’s faithfully restored with Honduran Mahogany, so there is that too. Lots of options at www.winetrain.com        

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