Artesa Vineyards & Winery
Aside from excellent wine, an epic family history, dramatic Napa Valley views, and stunning architecture make Artesa Vineyards & Winery a destination worthy experience.
B Cellars Vineyards & Winery
When B Cellars opened its doors along the renowned Oakville Cross Road last August, it was the first winery to do so in 18 years. Founded in 2003 by Duffy Keys and Jim Borsack, the winery is a fitting addition to the neighborhood.
Bennett Lane Winery
With magnificent wines, a magnificent attitude, and a magnificent, beautiful tasting room, there are many reasons to visit Bennett Lane Winery.
The beauty of Beringer Vineyards is evident in the wines and fully realized when one visits its historic grounds in the Napa Valley.
Castello di Amorosa
Named a “must-see destination” by The Wall Street Journal, the Castello offers a myriad of ways for guests to enjoy their visit.
Aptly named “Etude” after the music term for a focused study to perfect technique, Etude Wines is dedicated to mastering the craft of winegrowing in the Napa Valley.
Located in the heart of the esteemed Rutherford AVA, Foley Johnson is dedicated to producing wines that reflect the brilliance of its exceptional terroir.
Grgich Hills Estate
At Grgich Hills Estate, they're shattering the myth that only French soil can produce the world’s greatest wines.
Heitz Wine Cellars
The family run Heitz Wine Cellars focuses on innovative winemaking and farming practices.
Jamieson Ranch Vineyards
Majestically seated at the southern gateway to the Napa Valley, Jamieson Ranch Vineyards welcomes guests with award-winning wines, sophisticated cuisine, and jaw-dropping vista views.
Materra | Cunat Family Vineyards
With a little patience and persistence, Brian Cunat, who hails from McHenry, Illinois, realized a dream when he, his wife Miki, and daughters Neena and Amie, founded Materra, Cunat Family Vineyards, in St. Helena, California, in 2007.
Inspired by the author of the Declaration of Independence and third president of the United States Thomas Jefferson, who once said, “Good wine is a necessity of life for me,” Jay Corley founded Monticello Vineyards.
It seems only fitting that a winery by the name of Napa Cellars should embody the sense of place for which the famed Napa Valley is known. Every day in the winery's tasting room, guests discover great wines in a friendly setting that celebrates the Napa Valley legacy.
Through passion and hard work, the Peju family has transformed their Rutherford Estate into a wine, architecture, and art lover’s paradise in Napa.
Pine Ridge Vineyards
Today, the esteemed winery is a showcase for exquisite Cabernet Sauvignon with nearly 200 acres planted in 12 prime vineyard sites: four in the Stags Leap District; two in Rutherford; three in Carneros; one in Howell Mountain; and one in Oakville.
Robert Mondavi Winery
With his belief that the Napa Valley could be the center of a gracious lifestyle embracing wine, food, and art, Robert Mondavi built the valley’s first major winery since Prohibition in 1966.
From the moment visitors turn onto the drive leading to the vineyard estate, they realize this is not another Napa Valley Winery. As guests meander to the top of the knoll they’re greeted by the façade of the majestic Mediterranean- style stone winery of Silverado Vineyards.
St. Clement Vineyards
St. Clement’s history began in 1976, when William Casey, a local ophthalmologist, bought the house and built a 10,000-case stone winery in the backyard.
Stags' Leap Winery
Located on the east side of the Napa Valley, the 240-acre estate rests in its own intimate valley, graced with natural beauty, historic buildings, gardens, and a legendary reputation for elegant wines that express their unique terroir.
When British financier Peter Newton selected the site for the Sterling Vineyards winery, he chose a hilltop at the northernmost end of the Napa Valley.
The Hess Collection
Hidden away in the hills of Napa Valley is the wolrd-class winery, the Hess Collection.
V. Sattui Winery, Artisan Foods & Italian Marketplace
In 1885, Vittorio Sattui opened a small winery in San Francisco’s North Beach, marking the birth of what would become, after four generations, a storied Italian tradition in Napa Valley—V. Sattui Winery.