Varozza Vineyards

Varozza Vineyards is owned by Jack and Dianna Varozza. A couple that took over Jack's father's winery. The couple is absolutely amazing and nice. Great down home feel to this tour. Dianne can answer any question, comfortable atmosphere. Free tour you will feel like you need a bottle of wine to take with you.

Slaughterhouse Cellars

Margo Culcasi-Slaby & David Slaby chose to call their wine Slaughterhouse Cellars because of the dilapidated slaughterhouse that was located between the two 130 year old olive trees on the property. The slaughterhouse operated from 1884 until 1925 when the owners Salvatore and Rosi Curtoni ceased its operation, although Rosi continued to make her famous sausage to go along with her even more famous ravioli.

Colgin Cellars

Since 1992, Colgin has produced highest quality wines from exceptional hillside vineyards in the St. Helena area of Napa Valley. These unique sites, coupled with meticulous vineyard management and neo-classical winemaking techniques, produce wines with distinctive personalities. Colgin currently produces four first growth quality red wines: Tychson Hill Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon, Cariad Napa Valley Red Wine, IX Estate Napa Valley Red Wine and IX Estate Syrah. All of the Colgin wines are made at the state-of-the-art winery located at IX Estate.

Colgin Cellars is not open to the public and their wines are primarily found in fine restraunts.

Grasso Vineyard

The Grasso Estate’s Olive Ridge Vineyard “terroir” is characterized by the soil, the cool evenings and warm days that bring light summer breezes over Mt. George and the surrounding hills that gently ventilate the vines bringing a slow and balanced ripening of the fruit.

Pope Valley Winery

This hidden gem of a winery boasts a no-frills approach to great wine. Their taste is a bit different -- fruity & light merlots, light cabs, amazing port.

The true gem here is Petra. She's a great conversationist and has remembered me and my friends every time we come. This one is WAY out of the way, but a completely unique experience in Napa. The basic tasting was free, and the reserve tasting was $15. The wine was pretty good and the bocce court outside was a nice distraction. The place is like a deserted farm with dogs wandering around and unfinished road through the vineyard. It is NOT fancy, but it is often deserted and gives you the feel that you are in your own country vineyard.

Twenty 29 Songs

29 Songs is a bottling of 100% Syrah produced from a single 1.7 acre block of vines located at the southern end of the Napa Valley. The vineyard was planted in 2001 for the sole purpose of making this wine.

Temple Family Vineyards

A respect for terroir and organic farming practices have produced some of the finest grapes in the Napa Valley
appellation. Temple Family Vineyards marries the fine art of winemaking with this exceptional fruit. You can order
Temple Family wines via their website.

Husic Vineyards

On a hillside overlooking Stags Leap District of Napa Valley in 1997, the Husic Family set out to realize a lifelong dream. Moving endless rocks and sculpting narrow terraces that cling to the mountain's edge, we planted three small vineyards which peacefully coexist with the region's wildlife. These rugged, rocky growing conditions, combined with careful farming methods, have yielded a limited amount of magnificent fruit.

Vineyard 7&8

This is a small, relatively new Spring Mountain winery producing an excellent Chardonnay and Cabernet. Get ready for breathtaking views, no crowds, and likely a private tour of the cave and wine making area.


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