Hire a driver
The roads to Napa Valley are very comfortable and uncomplicated, allowing you to experience a nice long drive. However, if you wish to enjoy wine on the go, it is highly recommended that you hire a driver to be on the safe side as alcohol and driving do not mix. It will cost you a touch more but the driver will make the journey very relaxing for you.
Rent a limousine
If your budget allows you to do so, you can easily rent a limousine from Wine Country Getaways. You can visit the local wineries in a limousine, without having to worry about directions. This is a luxury and if your budget is tight, you can still have a great time without a limousine.
As mentioned earlier, the roads to Napa Valley are not complicated; however, you can still get flustered and it is imperative that you carry your cell phone with you. You should also have the phone numbers to the reservation desk of various wineries before starting your journey. If you get confused on the way, you may call the desk and ask for instructions.
You can get around the Napa Valley by driving through Highway 29, which travels the length of 30 miles. Wineries are situated along the sides of the road and are extremely easy to locate. It is very easy to remain on the right path as all the crossroads connect back to Highway 29.
Silverado Trail is another very convenient way to get around Napa Valley. Just like Highway 29, it will also travel the length of 30 miles and you can also find wineries along the sides of Silverado Trail.