Napa Valley is home to some of the worlds most amazing vineyards and wineries. Although visiting them all would be ideal, if travel plans won't allow it, here are 4 wineries that you have to visit in Napa Valley.
Emil Dresel came from Germany to California in 1858 and quickly saw the land's potential for grape-growing. On March 12th after exploring California's terrains he purchased 400 acres with three fellow Germans and Scribe Winery was born.
Fun Fact: Emily Dresel was actually the son of a famous champagne producer in Germany.
The Madonna Estate is located in the world-renowned Carneros region. This region is particularly known for its fertile lands and cooler climate. The Bartolucci family has found success with their organic growing techniques. Both their farming and winemaking methods combine traditional and modern techniques.
Fun Fact: The Bartolucci Family is the third oldest winemaking family in Napa Valley
The Gianulias Family started their winemaking traditions back in 1926. Levendi is a boutique winery located in Napa Valley, California with a strong Greek tradition (hence, their name Levendi).
Fun Fact: "Levendi" is actually a Greek Toast, and is said to acknowledges a hard day's achievement. Celebrating the fields, the rain and the sun.
The Blankiet Estate was grown by Claude and Katherine Blankiet in 1996. With one single vision to produce world class wines, they named their Vineyard Paradise Hills.
Fun Fact: Blankiet Estate have dozens of small nesting boxes in the vineyard to attract Bluebirds. They are fiercely territorial and feast on flying insects.
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