Beautiful Lodi Lane In Saint Helena California
The Napa Valley is only 30 miles long and five miles across at its widest point. The Silverado Trail runs on the valley’s eastern edge and the St. Helena Highway runs along its western edge. In the middle of the valley the Vaca Range draws in close to the Mayacamas Mountains. Right at this narrowest point in the valley the beautiful Lodi Lane connects the Silverado Trail to the St. Helena highway. On the western edge of Lodi Lane sits the little town of St. Helena with its old brick buildings and tree lined streets. On the eastern edge sits the tasting rooms of Duckhorn Vineyards.
Lodi Lane wanders through the vineyards, across an old bridge and through deep tunnels of oaks, maple and elder trees. As you emerge from the tree tunnels you will be at the door of Wine Country Inn.