Touring Napa Valley: Active

Touring Napa Valley: Active
The Clif Family's Bruschetteria Food Truck, at the Velo Vino Tasting Room in St. Helena. (Alanna Hale)
From the Jun 15, 2015, issue

Wine lovers who want to explore should travel outside of the main Napa arteries and get a little vineyard dust on their shoes. There's so much beyond the tastings found on the valley floor. Wine Spectator staff explain.

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