Paloma Vineyards, Napa Valley
With a great love for the region and people, Barbara and Jim Richards once just visitors to Napa Valley, are proud owners of Paloma Vineyard. Since 1983 the Richards have called the Napa Valley home, their property sits atop Spring Mountain just west of St. Helena. With vineyard elevations of over 2000 feet above sea level, Paloma is in the prime location for growing grapes that truly reflect the flavors of the region. Being awarded some of the highest honors of the wine industry, such as "Wine of the Year," Paloma Vineyards has gain a tremendous following, often selling out of their most recent vintages. This family operation is passionate about creating fine fruits and flavorful wines.
Napa Valley Wine Country Tours often visit this winery. Check back for detailed information on this specific winery soon. This winery is part of the California Wine Country as well as the Napa Valley Wine Country. Sonoma wineries are not far from this specific winery.
Wine country shuttle tours is a Wine Country Tour service in Napa Valley that departs from San Francisco to Napa and Sonoma. More information about Wine Country Tours is available through this website. Many Napa wineries charge tasting fees, however the fee is sometimes reversed with purchase of a bottle of wine. During your Napa Wine Country Tour be sure to ask your Tour Guide which California Wine Country wineries charge winery tasting fees and which ones do not. A wine country tour is a great way to see all of the important areas of the California Wine Country. Be sure to check your tour schedule to find the best wine country tour time for you. This tour operator is affiliated with other San Francisco Tours. Copyright 2007