What Wineries Are Open Easter Day in Napa 2018- The Perfect Itinerary

While there is plenty of fun to be had in Napa during Easter, my ideal tasting would start at Turnbull. They have an ‘adult’ easter egg hunt going from 10am-1pm and any accompanying four-legged friends will receive a free collar on entry. I would then head over to Elizabeth Spencer where they’ll give you a complimentary tasting with a bottle purchase with your Priority Wine Pass card ($45 value). After that, you can head next door to Rutherford Grill (they have free corkage) or if you want to save it you can head over to V.Sattui and save $20 with a 2 for 1 tasting with your Priority Wine Pass. Once you get hungry you can grab a casual picnic lunch from their deli and enjoy the great weather (its supposed to be in the mid-70’s!)

From there I would head over for a beautiful outdoor view and reserve tasting at Silverado (2 for 1 with the Priority Wine Pass and you save $35)! It will be an ideal day to see the valley and soak up some beautiful spring weather!

Lastly, give Liana a call and see if they have any availability as they are by appointment only. their property is fantastic with beautiful views (all the way to San Francisco) a wonderful bocce ball court, and of course delicious wine! Save $20 on the bubbles tastings and ask for Santiago (he is the best)!

While this is my best bet for Napa this Easter there are still plenty of other things to do. One great resource is on the Visit Napa Valley website.  https://www.visitnapavalley.com/plan/easter-hours/

Otherwise see wineries open in Napa here.

Happy Easter everybody!

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