Looking for a nostalgic grape stomping experience like "I Love Lucy" during your visit to Napa Valley this fall? Grape stomping is a great way to celebrate the harvest season and experience what foot treading grapes is like (there are wineries that still foot tread grapes, like one of our favorite Sonoma producers).
There is only one winery in Napa Valley that offers grape stomping every day throughout the harvest season. You'll be able to jump in a barrel of fresh grapes and get stomping! You can grape stomp with a glass of Chardonnay, Rose, or Zinfandel in hand, and leave your purple footprints on a white t-shirt to remember your experience. The winery also offers a wine tasting of three wines and a glass to take home.
Where do the grapes come from? We've always wondered, so we asked. The stomping grapes are real estate-grown grapes that aren't yet ready to make their debut in your bottle of Cabernet.
Find out where to stomp grapes by downloading your guide to grape stomping in Napa Valley below. Discover where you can experience this harvest tradition. Get the answers to your questions, and find out what you should know before you go grape stomping in Napa Valley.
The grape stomping season has been extended this year until November 11, 2018.