Picture yourself sitting in the vineyards with a gourmet lunch and a glass of chilled white wine. A picnic lunch is one of the most enjoyable and peaceful when visiting the wine country. Each time we visit the Napa Valley, regardless of the weather, we always enjoy at least one picnic lunch among the vineyards. Finding a picnic winery in the Napa Valley is not exactly easy to do. Only a handful of wineries has a picnic area. Back to the Napa Valley Wine Country Guide

Where to find Napa Valley picnic wineries

There are just a handful of wineries in the Napa Valley that have a permit for picnicking. Use this list as a guide. Napa wineries are continually changing their picnic rules. Always call ahead to find about any recent changes in a winery’s picnic policy. Please – if you use a Napa Valley winery’s picnic area, do not bring wine from another winery. Be sure to leave your space clean and spotless. Please let us know if you discover other wineries in the Napa Valley that allow picnicking on a drop-in basis.

Napa picnic wineries


 

Charles Krug Picnic Area

Napa Valley picnic areas other than wineries

  • Bale Grist Mill State Historic Park
    The historic park is three miles north of St. Helena (3369 N St.) on Highway 29.
    707-942-4575
  • Bothe-Napa Valley State Park
    The park is located 5 miles north of St. Helena and 4 miles south of Calistoga on Highway 29, 707-942-4575
  • Oakville Grocery 
    You can purchase a picnic or deli lunch at the historic Oakville Grocery on Highway 29 in Oakville. The store has a very lovely area set aside for picnicking.  You can use the Oakville Grocery area if you buy lunch goodies from the deli.
  • Yountville Parks
    Beer and wine allowed at these two parks –  Veterans Park, Yountville Park

Where to buy fantastic picnic sandwiches, cheese, and other deli items – Best Delis Napa Valley

 

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