The Napa Valley Wine Train Adds Three New Journeys

by Kelly Harold

The Napa Valley Wine Train, a renovated 1915-vintage Pullman railcar, recently added three new offerings to its Quattro Vino tour and tasting progra: the Legacy, Estate, and Collective journeys.

Quattro Vino tours start from downtown Napa McKinstry Street Station. During their journey, executive chef Donald Young will prepare guests a four-course meal.

The three new programs include:
• The Legacy Tour with tastings and tours at Robert Mondavi Winery, Charles Krug Winery and V. Sattui Winery
• The Estate Tour with tastings and tours at Domain Chandon, HALL Napa Valley and Inglenook
• The Collective Tour with tastings and tours at Raymond Vineyards, Beringer Vineyards and St. Supéry Estate Vineyards & Winery

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