With more than 450 wineries, there’s a tasting experience for every personality and whim in the Napa Valley.
With its grandiose chateau and ornate landscaping, you can’t miss Domaine Carneros, a destination for elegant sparkling.
Rock 'n' Roll
The team at highly regarded Cliff Lede Vineyards shares a passion for classic rock, naming vineyard blocks for songs and producing a mash-up vintage from two of these rock blocks each year. You’ll also see album art in the winery and hear vinyl in the tasting room.
With its manor, craggy bluffs and cottages, the atmosphere at Stags’ Leap Winery oozes Old World romance. The 19th-century estate continues its legacy as a hub for creative types.
Set in a striking vine-covered stone castle, Chateau Montelena is the winery that put California on the map in the infamous 1976 Judgment of Paris wine competition, as retold in the 2008 film “Bottle Shock.”
Intimate and Family Owned
The northeast slope of Spring Mountain is the breathtaking pastoral setting of charming Stony Hill Vineyard, known for its pioneering Old World-style Chardonnay.
Signorello Estate feels like an Italian villa, but its wine is more influenced by France, and its Enoteca food pairing and cooking classes are some of the best around.
Tucked under the jagged cliffs of Stags Leap, the stylish newcomer Odette Estate Winery features a living roof, solar panels and an inviting patio.
Designed with the help of Thomas Britt and Andy Spade (co-founder of Kate Spade), the Salon and the adjacent Sip Shoppe at Swanson Vineyards likely have the most colorful and feminine look in the valley, making a tasting feel like a party.