Wine Trains > Regular TrainsBy: Grant Marek
I take a train to work every day of my life, which makes me basically an expert when it comes to hot takes like this one:
Wine trains are better than regular trains.
And no wine train is better than the Napa Valley Wine Train, a nearly 30-year-old choo choo that let's you roll through America's preeminent wine country -- Napa Valley, in case that wasn't clear -- while, uh, drinking a bunch of wine.
The coolest part though is where you'll get to drink it -- in addition to a bunch of super shmancy cars refurbished from the 1910s, they've also got a Vista Dome car, which features seat-to-ceiling domed windows that give you a 100-emoji view of wine country while you stick your pinkies out.
They've got a bunch of different train packages, but all of them basically come with a complimentary glass of sparkling, a gourmet multi-course dinner, and a 1.5-3-hour journey on your train that may or may not include a stop at a winery.
Oh, and the coolest thing you'll find in the fine print?: You can (read: should) BYOW for a small corkage fee.
Oh, and the coolest video you'll find about the train?: You can (read: should) watch this ->