Napa Valley Wineries
Taste wines created from grapes grown in Certified Sustainable vineyards at one of the most awarded wineries in California 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. Enjoy a tasting in Beringer’s Old Winery featuring their premium Winery Exclusive wines, or, for an additional fee, choose the Rhine House Reserve Tastings which features Beringer’s iconic Reserve wines and single vineyard cabernets.
Beringer is the perfect spot for your Wine Country lunch. Purchase house made lunch items directly from their gourmet marketplace (cost for lunch not included in the package price), then dine alfresco in your reserved Beringer Backyard space in their beautifully landscaped property.
From the first vintage over 20 years ago, Cornerstone Cellars has consistently received high ratings from well-known critics such as Wine Enthusiast, Wine Spectator, and Robert Parker. All Cornerstone wines come from organic or sustainably farmed vineyards. The sunlight streams through the tasting room in the center of Napa Valley’s Yountville.
This historic Napa Valley winery, located in St. Helena, attained international recognition after achieving victory in the infamous 1976 Paris Wine Tasting. The newly remodeled tasting room features an extensive Library Wine Collection for visitors to enjoy.
Our diversified soil profile results in aromatic, rich and full-bodied Cabernet Sauvignon, characterized by the unique earthy-berry flavor that is the Montelena Estate. Our decades old Zinfandel vines, planted in volcanic soil, combined with our 10 year old vines in alluvial soil, produce a wine with a spicy, ripe berry flavor.
Raymond Vineyards has over 300 acres of estate vineyards in the Napa Valley, in 3 locations. Each parcel is matched to varietals which perform well in that particular climate and soil type. In addition, the winery maintains long term growing contracts with over 15 Napa Valley growers, allowing the winery to take advantage of the micro-climates and sub-appellations within the Napa Valley.
JCB was founded in 1961 with an innovative and entrepreneurial spirit in one of the most traditional winegrowing regions in the world. Today, the family collection includes wineries that share more than 18 centuries of combined winemaking heritage and tradition in some of the world’s most prestigious terroirs, from Burgundy to the South of France to California’s Napa Valley and Russian River Valley.
Matanzas Creek is located in the remote, but breathtakingly beautiful Bennett Valley region of Sonoma County. Since its launch in 1977, the winery has built its reputation on Sauvignon Blanc and Merlot – two varieties that thrive in Sonoma’s temperate climate. Matanzas Creek also produces limited quantities of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Bordeaux-style reds. All of the winery’s fruit comes from sustainably-farmed, estate vineyards scattered throughout the mild interior and cool coastal AVAs of the county. In addition to its wines, Matanzas Creek is also famous for their spectacular lavender gardens.
Our estate vineyards are situated throughout the cool California coastal regions, where our vineyards sit atop mountains, ridges, hillsides and benchlands. From these breathtakingly beautiful sites, our winemakers draw a rich palette of aromas and flavors to handcraft wines of exceptional depth and complexity.
Arrowood is 100% Sonoma. Since 1986, we have been producing high-character wines from sustainably and organically farmed vineyards west of the Mayacamas Ridge. Our winery is located in the historic Sonoma Valley, a small sub-appellation in the heart of the county. Often described as a warm pocket in a cool region, this rolling AVA is particularly well suited to Cabernet Sauvignon, our signature wine. We also produce limited quantities of other noble varieties from some of Sonoma’s acclaimed vineyards.
Cool climate vineyards. Artisan winemaking. Exquisite Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris.
We are fortunate to offer such a diverse portfolio of 100% estate produced wines. Ultimately, we let the estate decide which varietals are best suited for each of the seven microclimates on our property. The intricacy of this landscape provides a perfect backdrop for a range of varietals to thrive, each handpicked as an ideal match for the estate terroir. As a result, we focus on Sauvignon Blanc, Viognier and Chardonnay for our white wine program, and Merlot, Syrah, Barbera, Zinfandel and Cabernet Sauvignon for our red wine program.
Our wines express the unique qualities of our land – the beautiful blend of soil, exposure, weather and family tradition that unite and create exceptional wines to be enjoyed with family and friends.
The quest for quality is the basis for all winemaking decisions on the Chalk Hill Estate. The vineyardists coax Mother Nature to create perfect fruit that, once harvested, is delivered to the winery with only the most delicate touches.
Our 53 hillside-acres of vineyards are located in the eastern hills of southern Alexander Valley, at the confluence of the Chalk Hill and Knights Valley appellations. The valley is emerging as a leading location for producing Bordeaux style Cabernet-based blends to rival the finest from the Napa Valley.
Nestled on a gentle knoll shadowed by the nearby Mayacamas Mountains, the site of Foley Sonoma typifies the peaceful, serene beauty of the Alexander Valley in the world renowned Sonoma County, just eighty miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge.
As a pioneering producer and winegrower of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Zinfandel in Sonoma’s Russian River Valley, DeLoach Vineyards has been experimenting with and perfecting the best combinations of soil, rootstock and clones for over three decades.
Before there were vineyards in every valley north of San Francisco, before Napa and Sonoma were household names, before there was a California wine world at all, there was Buena Vista. Founded in 1857, Buena Vista is California’s first premium winery, and its history is as colorful as it is proud.