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At the suggestion of our B and B owner we took this drive from Sonoma to Napa on a beautiful morning with the top down on our rental convertible. What a fun and challenging drive with great views of wine country. It’s a bit scarier...More
If you have a car that can handle it (we Turo’d a Porsche 718 Boxster), this might be the most fun you can legally have! Crazy turns, switchbacks, hairpins. Really test your driving skills and the limits of your car. Totally recommended!
We slavishly followed our gps to get from Sonoma and Napa via Trinity Rd and then Oakville Grade. Trinity Rd is both curvy and graded so that your car slants toward huge drops. We were in a rental that did not handle well in abnormal...More
Hadn't driven this road in years. Drove it this week in our Miata MX 5 and it was a blast - much better condition than I had remembered, not as dangerous but still lots of twisty turns. Saw some deer while on the road. Several...More
During our visit to the wine valley we stayed in Sonoma. When we plugged our winery into the GPS it routed us over the Oakville Grade rather than back tracking to the main highway. When we turn off Sonoma highway there was a fire truck...More
Not for the faint of heart, the Oakville Grade is something we always look forward to doing while visiting the Napa Valley! The Grade is never recommended for tourists but years ago a local told us about it and we have been driving the route...More
Looking at a map, you may think this an easy and fast way to cross between Napa and Sonoma...NOT! It is a beautiful, winding, mountain road, with a variety of meadows, woods, flora and fauna. Well worth the 30 minutes or so that it takes...More