If you are a real wine lover then I don’t have to introduce Napa Valley to you. In 2018, Napa Valley attracted 3.85 million visitors.
The tourism industry generated $2.23 billion in total visitor spending inside Napa County. The wine industry is the largest employer in the region.
The recent wildfires in Northern and Southern California worried many of us, not just the wineries and who are living from wine tourism but also resorts like the Silverado Resort and Spa (managed by Troon).
Now Silverado Resort and Spa wants to remind visitors that wine country is open for business.
They have teamed with a number of local wineries to develop their Cabernet Package. Valid now through April 30, 2020.
The Cabernet Package includes 35 percent off luxury accommodations at Silverado Resort and Spa, two-for-one winery tasting passes and a $50 resort credit.
Silverado Resort and Spa is Napa Valley’s only 36-hole golf resort.
The 7,166-yard, par 72 North Course annually hosts the PGA TOUR’s Safeway Open, while the 6,612-yard, par 72 South Course is a favorite among members and resort guests.
Both courses were re-designed by World Golf Hall of Fame member and former lead NBC golf analyst Johnny Miller.
In addition to two 18-hole golf courses, Silverado Resort and Spa features
- 340 guest rooms,
- a full-service Spa,
- 10 tennis courts and
- 10 swimming pools,
- all in close proximity to Napa Valley’s 540-plus wineries.
Now you just have to decide what do you prefer Pinot Noir or Merlot wines…or maybe something else?
If you want to learn more about how other countries like Portugal, Italy, and Spain are combining golf & wine tourism then check this out.