Fine Wineries

Napa Valley resident, winemaker, and estate winery owner, Igor Sill, compiled a list of the most popular, high-rated wineries in Napa Valley from TripAdvisor and Yelp. Then, he visited each and every one of them, unannounced, to find out if they lived up to all the hype

5 Best Napa Valley Wineries

V. Sattui Winery St. Helena, Napa

This is the most popular and most visited winery in all of Napa. The hours are 9am-5pm in the winter and 9:00AM-6:00PM in the summer months, no appointment required, 7 days a week.

Darioush Winery Oak Knoll, Napa

Without question, an exceptional and unforgettable experience, worthy of six stars (five is the max)! Appointments required.

Castello di Amorosa Calistoga, Napa

Castello di Amorosa knows how to make a huge first impression. Set on a Calistoga knoll, this authentically styled, 13th Century Tuscan castle winery is unlike any other.

Spottswoode St. Helena, Napa

Spottswoode is a true family-owned historic winery on the West side of St. Helena. Established in 1882 by George Schonewald, the estate is distinguished by the historic Victorian home portrayed on their wine labels.

Inglenook Winery Rutherford, Napa

As one of the original Napa wineries, the elegant, ivy-covered Inglenook was founded by Finnish sea captain and wine connoisseur, Gustave Niebaum, in 1879.

 

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