Unless you fly your own private plane, flying into Napa isn’t a real possibility. The local airport is reserve for private and charter planes and though it bustles with that sort of activity, most people arrive in town via other methods.

If you’re flying into the area, you’ll want to fly into Oakland, San Francisco or Sacramento. Depending on which airport you fly into, your drive to Napa will be somewhere between 2 and 3 hours. If you really don’t want to drive, there are a few options. 

*You can rent a limousine to get you to Napa and get you around, or you can get yourself to Napa somehow and then rent a limo for your transportation needs once you’re there. This is a popular option in Napa and there are a wide variety of limousine companies from which to choose. If you plan to do a great deal of wine tasting and not just sightseeing, this is a great option that might be preferable to the whole “designated driver” thing.

*You can take Amtrak to Napa from any of your airport cities. This isn’t the quickest option, but it might be the most scenic and relaxing. 

*Greyhound can get you there as well and -- as part of travel packages -- you can take a charter bus from your airport city to Napa.