The legendary Napa Valley is neither the largest nor the oldest wine region in North America, but it is by far the most widely known. It is also one of the most popular destinations in the country, welcoming an estimated five million visitors each year. They come for wonderful wines, top-notch cuisine, and picturesque scenery —and they find it all, in abundance. Something new is always happening here! If you’ve never visited this vibrant valley, it’s high time you do. And if you’ve been here, it’s time to return.
The beauty of Artesa Vineyards & Winery is evident in the wines and fully realized when one visits its historic grounds in the Napa Valley.
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.
From those very early days, Beaulieu Vineyard has been dedicated to innovation in both the vineyard and the winery, crafting bold, classic wines that stand among the world’s finest.
ABOUT TWO MILES NORTH of Calistoga, where the Vaca and Mayacamas mountains meet, Bennett Lane crafts vintage after vintage of superb Cabernet Sauvignon.
The beauty of Beringer Vineyards is evident in the wines and fully realized when visiting its historic grounds. Beringer is the Napa Valley’s oldest continuously operating winery, with a winemaking tradition dating back 141 years.
NAMED FOR THE FRENCH WORDS for calm (calme) and sea (mer), Calmére Estate Winery offers a peaceful natural environment, panoramic views of San Pablo Bay, and extraordinary wines.
CASTELLO DI AMOROSA, or “castle of love” in Italian, is an authentically styled, 13th-century Tuscan castle winery, overlooking 30 acres of estate vineyards.
Through the past four decades, Clos Du Val has consistently upheld its original mission to make distinctive, terroir-driven wines of elegance and balance.
Cuvaison is one of the pioneering wineries that shaped the modern era of California winemaking and helped catapult the Napa Valley onto the world stage.
Set in the spectacular Chandon Hills surrounded by vineyards, Domaine Chandon offers visitors one of Napa Valley’s most beautiful settings to taste and learn about wine
With the deepest respect for the synchronicity of coincidence and the series of events that brought their winery to life, three partners founded Eleven Eleven Wines in 2013.
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.
A Vintners Hall of Fame inductee, Mike first earned worldwide recognition when his 1973 Chateau Montelena Chardonnay won the 1976 Paris Tasting, beating the best of France. His victory in Paris attracted Austin and Mary Lee as business partners to launch what is now known as Grgich Hills Estate.
The family run Heitz Wine Cellars focuses on innovative winemaking and farming practices.
The historic Calistoga National Bank building in downtown Calistoga is now a charming tasting room and an ideal setting for Huge Bear Wines.
A WINDING UPHILL DRIVE on a gorgeous mountain road brings visitors to the 180-acre Keenan Winery, known for its beautiful views and terroir-driven wines. The Mayacamas Mountains create a scenic backdrop, while steep hillsides and rocky soil help the vineyard produce intensely flavorful grapes.
MATERRA | CUNAT FAMILY VINEYARDS not only produces exceptional wines from a unique subregion of the Napa Valley, but it also captures the essence of the Oak Knoll District perfectly in liquid form.
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.
NATURAL BEAUTY DEFINES Mumm Napa. Just off the Silverado Trail, the estate’s wooden barn and farmhouse blend harmoniously with the surrounding native oak trees and vineyards that stretch out to the Mayacamas mountains. The views are exquisite. And so are the wines.
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.
PEJU’S RUTHERFORD Estate has been home to Ariana and Lisa Peju since they were children. It was their parents who, in 1983, founded the winery. Today, Peju is still a family-owned and -operated winery with daughters Lisa and Ariana at the helm.
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.
“Provenance is unique to Napa in the sense you can have a casual and relaxing experience while tasting wines from some of the most sought after vineyards in the valley.”
IN 1966, ROBERT MONDAVI founded his winery with the conviction that the Napa Valley could become a center for a gracious lifestyle embracing wine, food, and art.
ROCCA FAMILY VINEYARDS takes the term “hand-crafted” literally. This highly respected small-production winery (under 2,000 cases per year) focuses on quality and authenticity. Rocca Family Vineyards is, in fact, a Napa Valley treasure.
From the first bottling of Chardonnay released in 1984, the Rombauer name became synonymous with classic California Chardonnay.
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’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.
ST. SUPÉRY ESTATE Vineyards and Winery is one of a handful of Napa Valley wineries that is 100 percent estate. All of its wine comes from grapes grown on land owned by the winery and is produced in a continuous process on the winery’s premises.
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.
Perched atop a knoll 300 feet above the town of Calistoga, Sterling Vineyards is one of the Napa Valley’s most spectacular destinations. The winery’s dazzling Mediterranean-style architecture was modeled after that of the Greek island of Mykonos, where Sterling Founder Peter Newton often vacationed.
Tamber Bey Vineyards offers it all: a spectacular setting, exceptional wines, and a friendly ambience that keeps wine and horse enthusiasts coming back.
Hidden away in the hills of Napa along a scenic road ascending Mount Veeder, The Hess Collection is a world-class winery that combines Founder Donald Hess’s passion for unique vineyards and excellent wine with his appreciation of fine modern art.
The Prisoner Wine Company has a new home on Highway 29. The stunning property showcases a stellar lineup of wines in an environment that inspires imagination and creativity.
Founded in 1885 by Vittorio and Katerina Sattui, the winery continually honors its heritage, respect for family history, and rich tradition of winemaking.