L'uvaggion Di Giacomo

Uvaggio is the result of two guys who represent a triple threat: too much experience, a low threshold for boredom and a desire to do something unique, which is why this team makes wines in California with grape varieties indigenous to Italy. In the past L'uvaggion Di Giacomo have made Arneis, Nebbiolo, Sangiovese, even a Vin Santo. Their current portfolio includes Barbera, Moscato, Primitivo and Vermentino. Our theory is simple: if California has a climate perfect for growing Mediterranean varietals, why not take advantage of it?

Bravante Vineyard

What makes Bravante so unique is the personalization that is provided with a boutique winery that you rarely get in Napa these days. Dave who provides some of the best wine tours and experiences you can find all over Napa understands that good wineries isn't just about branding and ratings but the experience and personalization that is attached to every unique visit and taste of each individual bottle of wine.

Armstrong Ranch Wines

Armstrong Ranch Wines' Cabernet Sauvignon grapes are grown at an elevation of 1,150 feet on Diamond Mountain in Northern Napa Valley. The 13 acres is comprised of well drained organic soil. The vineyard's steep terraces have five distinct exposures and microclimates, producing grapes that are intensely flavored and rich in complexity.

Hagafen Cellars

two friends and wine by Artist Agata Zaborowski

Nice, quaint winery. Has outdoor tables/seating and even cornhole (bean bag toss) game if you wanted to play. And a cute little picnic table for the kids. Our wine guide was friendly and super helpful. Mom enjoyed this spot because it had a nice selection of sweeter wines, e.g. Riesling. Very laid back environment. Bought some sandwiches from the deli just down the street recommended by Hagafen and ate at Hagafen outdoors while enjoying some Riesling. Art work by Wine Artist Agata Zaborowski -Agata a Art Gallery 

Esca Wines

“Esca," Italian for allurement, is an expression of winemaking and living that the husband-wife team of Mario and Anna Monticelli embrace. It’s not a stretch to say that everything in their lives revolves around food and wine.
In their day jobs they are winemakers for a couple of Napa Valley’s most storied families - Mario for Trinchero, Anna for Pina. In their spare time they make wine for themselves, their friends and their family.

Napa Wine Company

Great place to taste a lot of boutique wines. Friendly knowledgable staff. Great spot to taste a broad variety of wines from a number of wineries and winemakers! It's a custom crush facility, so a whole array of wines are represented and the tasting menu changes regularly. Pahlmeyer, Blackbird, Ghost Block and more are poured here. It's rather like Ma(i)sonry in Yountville, but without the art. Michael Pozzan's wines are always tasty and very affordable. Rob Lawson's Pavi wines and Fisticuffs also offer high quality at a very reasonable price. Definitely worth a stop to get some variety.

Teachworth Cabs

Walter Teachworth developed his taste for cabernet sauvignon by drinking aged Chateau Lafite Rothschild and Chateau Latour. Joan started sharing Walter's fondness for fine cabs when they met in 1976, and by the early 1990's they knew it was time to move to the Napa Valley. After living in St. Helena a few years, they found the perfect spot to build their own home on Diamond Mountain, south of Calistoga.

School House Vineyard

John and Mancy now offer 4 wines:
Pinot noir
Zinfandel Mescalanza (a blend)
Syrah Mescalanza ( a blend )

All 4 are great. You will be tasting at their house, by appointment only. It is a wonderful intimate experience. The Pinot is amazing.

Alpha Omega

The service was outstanding! Our host Ashley was so friendly and made our wine tasting experience a great one!
The tasting room is beautiful and the grounds are gorgeous. We went on a chilly day, so we didn't get to sit in the beautiful outdoor area.


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