Come for the Wine, Stay for the Food

Come for the Wine, Stay for the Food

Our former Guest Services Manager, Marilynn Caldwell, was recently featured in Time Together, a digital magazine our management company publishes for our owners. Marilynn describes the evolution of our most popular resort activity, Dinner with Marilynn, and shares some of her favorite Napa restaurants. Just a taste of what’s...
20 Best Travel Gifts of 2015

20 Best Travel Gifts of 2015

By Brenda Doyle Wondering what to get your favorite traveler this holiday season? You could always buy a waterproof toiletries bag or universal charger. But for a more personal choice, look no further than our selection of 20 travel gifts grouped by interest. THE SENTIMENTALIST New Family Traditions Share...
3 Reasons to Visit Napa This Holiday Season

3 Reasons to Visit Napa This Holiday Season

It’s hard to believe the holidays are almost here! This is one of our favorite seasons to visit Napa. The harvest is over and the crowds are gone, but there are plenty of festive events in addition to the year-round wine tasting. Here are a few of our favorites....
RiverPointe Napa Valley: Yesterday and Today

RiverPointe Napa Valley: Yesterday and Today

Cruising down Lincoln Avenue, it’s easy to mistake RiverPointe Napa Valley for just another neighborhood. The grounds are mostly obscured by towering sycamore trees, which buffer the rumble of traffic and give you the sense that you’ve left everything behind. This feeling only grows as you wind through the...
15 Tasting Room Tips for Napa Novices

15 Tasting Room Tips for Napa Novices

It goes without saying that one of the most popular activities for guests at RiverPointe Napa Valley is wine tasting. We’re located at the start of the Silverado Trail, just a short drive from hundreds of wineries. If you don’t have much experience with wine, you may feel a...
6 Things You Didn’t Know about California Wine Country

6 Things You Didn’t Know about California Wine Country

We love wine, but sometimes you just want to try something different. Napa and Sonoma Counties may be famous for their award-winning vineyards, but there’s so much more to do and see in California Wine Country if you know where to look. Did you know that region is booming...
12 Age-Specific Tips For Traveling With Children

12 Age-Specific Tips For Traveling With Children

“In America there are two classes of travel: first class, and with children.” –Robert Benchley When traveling, expect the unexpected. Whether it’s a last-minute flight delay or forgetting to pack your toothbrush, something is sure to catch you by surprise. The potential for mishaps only increases when traveling with...
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