Napa Valley Wineries

No trip to Napa Valley would be complete without visiting our world famous Napa Valley wineries. Though just 30 miles long and a few miles wide, Napa Valley is home to diverse microclimates and soils uniquely suited to the cultivation of a variety of fine wine varietals. Internationally acclaimed wines produced at Napa Valley wineries include Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Sangiovese, Zinfandel and Cabernet Franc. While your options for wine tasting in Napa Valley are virtually endless, you might consider some of our neighborhood favorites below including Markham Vineyards, Castello Di Amorosa and V. Sattui winery, among many other Napa Valley wineries. And don’t forget about both the Sonoma Valley and Lake County wine regions, as well. Be sure to check out our Napa Valley wineries special offers and packages.
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Napa Valley Wineries in Calistoga

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    Chateau Montelena (

    World-class winery most famous for winning the white wine section of the historic “Judgment of Paris” wine competition in 1976 which put Napa Valley on the world map. Recently featured in the 2008 film Bottle Shock.
  • Castello di Amorosa (

    Daryl Sattui’s meticulous, if not always authentic, vision of a Tuscan castle sporting a dry moat, drawbridge, iron-gated entrance, five towers with battlements, a church, a great hall, gargoyles and wrought-iron sconces. Simply impressive!
  • Sterling Vineyards (

    Perched 300 feet above beautiful Calistoga, Sterling Vineyards offers unbeatable panoramic views of Napa Valley. Unique aerial tram transports guests to and from the hilltop winery.
  • Summers Estate Winery (

    Experts are raving about their Charbano, a wine exclusive to California with over half of the state’s entire production in Calistoga. Also enjoy bocce ball and their picnic area during your visit.
  • Vincent Arroyo Winery (

    Big red wines, especially the Petite Sirah. Their wines can only be bought through the winery and usually sell out before the grapes are picked.
  • Schramsberg (

    Take in the rich history of Schramsberg and its 120-year-old historic caves while they introduce you to the classic method of producing their sparkling wine which is often poured at the White House.
  • Clos Pegase (

    Come experience the intersection of wine and art where spectacular architecture and fascinating artwork are displayed throughout the winery premises.
  • Bennett Lane (

    Welcoming and unpretentious winery specializing in lush Cabs and their highly drinkable (yet affordable) Maximus, a nontraditional red blend of Cabernet, Merlot, and Syrah. Also first winery to sponsor a NASCAR team.
  • Zahtila Vineyards (

    Quaint and intimate woman-owned boutique Calistoga winery focused on limited-production handcrafted cabs and zin. Adorable Zoe, the winery’s dog, will often lead you to the tasting room from the parking lot. [Top]
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Napa Valley Wineries in St. Helena

  • Markham Vineyards (

    Initially founded in 1879, Markham is the 4th oldest continuously operating winery in Napa County. Contemporary Visitor Center offers great wine gifts and quarterly artist exhibitions.
  • V. Sattui Winery (

    A must-see for any first-time Napa Valley visitors. Gourmet deli and cheese market offers wide variety of artisan picnic pickings. Picnic area is hands-down the best in Napa Valley. [Top]
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1202 Pine Street, Calistoga, California 94515
Phone: 707-942-6829 | Fax: 707-942-1138 | Spa: 707-942-4056
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