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WINE TOUR SUGGESTIONS FOR THOSE WHO PREFER WHITE WINES

Like White Wines?

The best way to start your tour is by visiting a winery that has an excellent vineyard/production tour. Like its founder, Robert Mondavi Winery has long been known to impart a thorough understanding of the wine making process. Renowned for some of the finest cabs in the world as well as for Sauvignon Blanc grapes, Robert Mondavi crafted his signature wine, fume blanc. With a little knowledge under your belt early in the day you’ll appreciate so much more the wines that you taste later on.

Peju Features a wide selection of white wines including Chardonnay, Carnival (French Colombard), Riesling, Viognier, Sauvignon blanc, roses, and sparkling wine.

Frog’s Leap Sauvignon blanc and Chardonnay as well as Cabernet Sauvignon, Zinfandel, Merlot, and Petite Sirah. Take the guided tour, enjoy a garden/cellar tasting or a signature seated tasting.

Grgich Hills Mike Grgich was the winemaker who produced the 1973 Chardonnay proclaimed the finest white wine in the world. The legend continues with Grgich Hills Estate Chardonnay and fume blanc.

Some other options for your wine day include the following wineries:

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Elizabeth Spencer Try their blind tasting to learn to distinguish flavors and aromas, or sip Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay on their lovely terrace.

Franciscan Producer of 3 Chardonnays and a white blend.

Rombauer Taste renowned Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc as well as 3 red wines, and on the way black to Napa, visit.

ZD Producers of Chardonnay and a reserve Chardonnay as well as Pinot Noir and multi vintage Cabernet Sauvignon. Before you got, take their virtual tour online.

WINE TOUR SUGGESTIONS FOR THOSE WHO PREFER RED WINES

Like Red Wines?

Once again, a good wine vineyard/production tour is recommended to start. Bel Wine Cellards offers an excellent Grape to Glass tour. Bell is the place to visit to sample a variety of cabs, including the legendary Clone 6. They also produce Chardonnay, Merlot and Syrah. After that, I’d recommend heading up north to the Silverado Trail to:

Darioush Persian-inspired architecture and hospitality. Producer of 5 reds and 3 whites.

Charles Krug Oldest winery in the Napa Valley. Known for Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Pinot Noir. Offers handcrafted cured meats and artisan cheeses or wood-fired pizzas. One of the top 10 California Tasting Experiences – Food & Wine

Duckhorn Producer of several single-vineyard Merlots and Cabernet Sauvignons, as well as a highly regarded Sauvignon blanc.

Some other options for your wine day include the following wineries:

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Goosecross Cellars Taste 4-5 wines from among their many whites and reds while enjoying the spectacular views of their estate vineyards and the Mayacamas Mountain Range.

Turnbull Small production cabs and a world-class photography collection.

St. Supery 100% estate grown. Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet franc, Malbec, Petit Verdot, as well as several whites.

Cliff Lede Great place to sample a variety of cabs. Interesting rotating art exhibits.

If the itinerary is your major challenge, here are two options to consider:

a tour for those who prefer white wines, a tour for those who prefer reds or a two day tour one day white, one day red.

SPARKLING WINE TOUR DAY

Like Sparkling Wines? Throw in one Sparkling Wine.

A sparkling wine tour is also an option, visiting such sparkling wine houses as Domaine Carneros, Artesa, Domaine Chandon, Hagafen, Mumm, Frank Family and Schramsberg.

Although, the temptation is great to visit more, we recommend visiting no more than 4 wineries in a single day. Many wineries require an appointment. Expect to spend 45-60 minutes at each winery – longer if a tour is involved. Most tasting fees start at a minimum of $25 per person.

CAVE WINE TOURS

Cave Wine Tours intrigued you? Throw in a Cave Tour.

Many wineries in the Napa Valley have a cave. It’s highly recommended to visit a winery with a wine cave. It is the ultimate sensory experience. Six wineries in the Napa Valley have a cave that was hand-dug in the 1870’s. Visiting one of these 3 original caves that are open to the public: Beringer, Del Dotto (the original winery) or Inglenook, will make your day in Wine Country especially memorable.


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