When our guests come to take a tour of the Napa Valley Wineries we’re often asked what are some of the wineries you consider a ‘must see’, so in this article we have listed five wineries you should check out in style. Don’t get us wrong, there are lots of other wineries we feel are great places to tour but these wineries hold a special place in my heart, and we hope you find the time to visit them.
The Quintessa Wine Estate is a beautiful piece of property with vineyards, tunnels of barrels, and a marvelous wine tasting. This vineyard courses over 280 acres and even has a valley, river, lake, and hills creating beautiful scenes of lush flora and fauna.
Castello di Amorossa is a 13th century medieval wine fortress in Calistoga off North Selena Highway. With over three acres of rooms, five defensive towers, 2,000 pound hand-hewn imported from Italy, 107 medieval themed rooms mired by Italian ironwork and even a moat, it’s not hard to see why Castello di Amorossa is a must see on your wine tours across Napa Valley.
Anomaly vineyards may be one of the smaller vineyards in Napa Valley, but it’s definitely earned its place as a must see destination for their world famous Cabernet Sauvignon, quaint wine tastings, and their beautiful property.
Domaine Carneros is one of the most beautiful vineyards I’ve seen in Napa Valley reminiscent of victorian estates, offering up methode champenoise sparkling wine, and pinot noir with lush grounds and beautiful flora.
If you can find your way to Robert Sinskey Vineyards you’ll find one of the few vineyards in Napa Valley that is 100% organic and biodynamic, with a wine growing operation over 200 acres of a lush property.