Whether visiting wineries is something new, or something you participate in regularly, tasting wines created from grapes grown in Certified Sustainable vineyards at one of the most awarded wineries in California is within your reach at Napa Valley’s Beringer Vineyards.
Established in 1876 by two brothers with a desire to produce world-class wines from Napa Valley, Beringer is an historic estate that has chosen its winemakers wisely so that Beringer wines reflect quality, consistency, and balance.
In the 1880’s, founders Jacob and Frederick Beringer planted the tunnel of Elm trees along the road in front of Beringer. The Elms are still a Napa Valley landmark today. A visit to Beringer begins with the vision of these over a century old Elms.
In 2001, Beringer Vineyards was placed on the National Register for Historic Places as an Historic District. One of the historic buildings at Beringer is the Rhine House. Originally a 17 room mansion that was co-founder Frederick Beringer’s home, the Rhine House was renovated in 2009. Now with restored historic architecture, and the addition of 41 original stained glass windows, the Rhine House is the center of Beringer’s Reserve and Library Tastings. The Rhine House also features a porch overlooking the well-tended lawns and lush gardens.
As the oldest continuously operating winery in Napa Valley, Beringer Vineyards has created and fine tuned a variety of experiences for guests. Taste at the Tasting Bar in the Rhine House or Old Winery Tasting Room. Make an appointment for a private, seated tasting in the Rhine House. Choose from their selection of tours to learn more about their history and winemaking process while exploring the hand-dug caves and tunnels. Or, select one of Beringer’s delicious Wine and Food Pairings.
Make sure to allow plenty of time for a visit to Beringer Vineyards. With so much to see, taste, learn, and enjoy, Beringer captivates.