If you love wine, you know that Napa Valley is one of the most heavenly places on earth. What you might not know, however, is the magic of Napa in fall. The fall colors take the magic of the vineyards to the next level. These ten instagrammers will show you exactly why a weekend trip to Napa in the fall is a definite must. Click the photos to visit each photographer’s instagram page.
The sun almost dances on the autumn leaves in Napa Valley’s vineyards.
When you see it happen in Napa’s Duckhorn Vineyards even you will want to start dancing.
Napa in fall is even breathtaking on a foggy day.
The orange and red hues of Kieu Hoang Winery look magical against grey skies.
The warm hues of autumn at Castillo de Amorosa are a royal treat!
This is exactly why you must spend a fall afternoon sipping wine at Castillo de Amorosa.
The fall colors of Napa are so intense you’ll feel like you’re walking through a painting.
Trefethen Vineyards, your beauty is surreal and a source of creative inspiration for many.
If you catch a rare rainbow over Napa in fall you’ll know the magic of serendipity.
Napa, you couldn’t be more extraordinary if you tried.
Layers of yellows, oranges and reds against a blue sky make for a picture perfect day at the vineyards.
You’ll probably go overboard capturing the colors on top of colors at the magnificent Kunde Family Winery.
You will get to hear the incredible sound of leaves crunching beneath your feet.
In an instant, you’ll be transported right back to the best days of your childhood. Thank you, Napa Valley.
Once you get lost wandering through rows of autumn grapevines, you will never want to find your way back.
You’ll be asking yourself, “Can’t I just stay here forever?”
Not all the flora changes to warmer hues, and the contrast will blow you away.
This pleasant contrast of colors was captured at Kelly Fleming Wines in Napa.
The glistening moon over Napa in the fall will make you stand in awe of the Universe.
If this is what the moon hanging over Opus One Vineyards looks like in the fall, then it’s definitely time for a visit.
If you haven’t visited Napa in fall yet, there’s still a little time to see the vineyards in full autumn colors. However, most of the leaves will fall by the first week of December, so you better hurry!