Our Partners Producing World-Class Wines

Napa Valley is home to more than 400 wineries and 90 urban tasting rooms in its 30-mile span. Our winery partners have been selected for the great wines they produce, their scenic locations, the vineyard tour, and the warm hospitality they offer guests in their tasting rooms. At these wineries, you will taste some of the acclaimed cabernet sauvignon that has become Napa Valley’s signature varietal, but you’ll also find some delicious and interesting varietals such as chardonnay, rosé, zinfandel, petite syrah, merlot, and more.

Our Napa Valley Winery Tours include stops to three wineries each day. The wineries we visit on each tour vary. Here are some of the partners who are included in regular stops:

Bell Wine Cellars

6200 Washington Street, Yountville, California 94599 | 707-944-1673 | in a new tab)

Winemaker Anthony Bell opened Bell Wine Cellars to the public in 1998. The quiet, beautiful vineyards that are just south of Yountville continue to produce the wines he had long dreamed of—the signature Bell Cabernet, as well as Chardonnay, Merlot, and Syrah. The quaint, family-owned winery is committed to handcrafting limited edition bottling that best reflects the terroir of their vineyards and the passion of their growers. Visitors enjoy the elegant and intimate tasting room.


2000 Main Street St. Helena, California 94574  | 707-257-5771  | in a new tab)

In 1876, brothers Jacob and Frederick Beringer established Beringer Vineyards with a dream of making wines that would rival the finest in Europe. Today, Jacob’s great-great-grandson, Chief Winemaker Mark Beringer, guides what is now California’s longest continually operating winery and one of Napa’s finest producers. With over 1,600 acres farmed across Napa’s best appellations, as well as Sonoma County and Paso Robles, Beringer is recognized as one of the region’s preeminent producers with a rich portfolio of wines.

Bougetz Tasting Room

1021 Atlas Peak Road, Suite C, Napa, CA 94558 | 707-699-2187 | in a new tab)

Since 2007 Bougetz Cellars has been crafting world-class wines in the Napa Valley with a focus on single-vineyard and AVA-specific wines. Their intention is to display the strengths and unique characteristics of each region. They source from ultra-premium valley floor vineyards in Rutherford and Oakville, as well as mountain/hillside vineyards on Spring Mountain, Pritchard Hill, Mt. Veeder, and Coombsville. Until early 2019 Bougetz Cellars wines were only available through allocation and in very limited fine dining establishments across the country.

Castello di Amorosa

4045 North Saint Helena Highway, Calistoga, California 94515 | 707-967-6272  | in a new tab)

An authentic 13th-century Tuscan castle and winery located in the foothills of the Diamond Mountain District in northern Napa Valley. This stunning 121,000 sq ft structure took nearly 15 years to build and includes 107 rooms with 5 defensive towers, hand-painted frescoed rooms, a torture chamber, and vaulted underground cellars. Castello’s award-winning wines are hand-crafted in the Italian style and are available exclusively at the winery. Castello di Amorosa is open daily for general admission and guided tours and offers exclusive experiences such as vineyard tours and a Royal Food and Wine Pairing tour. The winery is open daily for guests from 9:30 am to 6:00 pm from March through October, and 9:30 am to 5:00 pm from November through February.

Clos Pegase Winery

1060 Dunaweal Ln, Calistoga, California 94515  | 707-942-4981  | in a new tab)

Just down the road from the town of Calistoga, Clos Pegase sits on an amazing piece of ground. You’ll find serious, passionate estate-grown winemaking balanced with an open-hearted spirit of sharing and celebration. You’ll find a majestic modern space that’s both awe-inspiring and welcoming. Wine that offers both true varietal intensity and food-friendly balance. Clos Pegase is a 450-acre estate winery nestled in the volcanic hills outside of Calistoga. Our winery was designed by architect Michael Graves in an architectural competition juried by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Our post-modern building was established in 1984 and opened its doors in 1987.

Cosentino Winery

7415 Saint Helena Highway, Napa, California 94558 | 707-921-2809 | in a new tab)

The first harvest and debut vintage of Cosentino Winery was in 1980, with their inaugural wine release in 1981. For over 40 years they have approached winemaking with the same goal – to produce high-quality wines for everyday wine drinkers and seasoned aficionados alike. Always approachable, their wines reflect their steadfast belief that wine should be enjoyed and shared, not exclusive to one palate or price point. From our THE series wines from Lodi, crafted to be everyday go-to sippers, to our Napa Valley Reserve wines, barrel-aged for up to 24 months, we are proud to cater to all wine-drinking occasions and preferences!

Jean Edwards Cellars

1021 Atlas Peak Rd B, Napa, CA 94558, United States | 707-927-3184 | in a new tab)

Owners John and Karen Troisi were both born and raised in New Jersey. Their diverse backgrounds in the food industry (John’s in r & d/operations and Karen’s in sales/marketing) for a major CPG company, set the foundation for their winemaking journey. They first fell in love with the Napa Valley in the 1980s and in 2004 launched Jean Edwards Cellars (a combination of their two middle names). On their initial release, Wine Spectator Magazine named them as “one of twenty new cabernet producers to watch” in their annual cabernet issue – and since that time, Karen and John have expanded their portfolio to include multiple cabernet sauvignon wines, malbec, merlot, petite syrah, chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, and rosé. Most recently the winery was named by the Napa Register as 2021’s – Best Winery, Best Winemaker, Best Hidden Gem, and Best Tasting Room.

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Curated to replicate the Long Meadow Ranch experience at home, their collection of wines, olive oils, and seasonal provisions are made by artisans or handcrafted by friends from Napa Valley and beyond who support local and sustainable practices. Like the pickles from lunch at the restaurant? Take a jar or two home! Cozy up to the tasting bar for a flight of Long Meadow Ranch wines, sip on a glass of small-batch whiskey, or sample their olive oil.

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Bordeaux immigrant Jean Laurent came to California in 1852 to seek gold but instead founded one of the first wineries in Napa Valley. Laurent built his Napa winery in 1874, which started as a modest wooden structure.

Bruce Markham arrived in the Napa Valley almost 100 years later, and like Laurent, he was looking to start a winery. He purchased vineyards in Yountville, Oak Knoll, and Calistoga, and later the old Laurent winery. In 1978, he founded Markham Vineyards and the old Laurent winery was reborn.

In 1988, the old Laurent Winery once again opened a new chapter of its long distinguished life. The winery was sold to Mercian Corporation and began an ambitious renovation, expansion, and vineyard-replanting program. These efforts would more than double the capacity and make Markham one of the most advanced and stunning winemaking facilities in the country. Even through the dust of the renovation, Markham was able to produce three of the number-one-rated wines from California, as judged by Wine Spectator magazine.

Monticello Vineyards

4242 Big Ranch Road, Napa, California 94558 | 707-253-2802 | in a new tab)

In 1969, Jay Corley moved to Napa Valley to begin making Burgundian-style wines. His winery is named after Thomas Jefferson’s home. Corley’s family roots trace back to 1640 in Virginia (Jefferson’s home). Jefferson was known to have a passion for good food and wine. Monticello Vineyards consists of five vineyards that are family-owned. Jay’s sons Kevin, Chris, and Stephen manage the winery. Kevin serves as the winegrower and president; Chris is the winemaker, and Stephen is the director of wine sales. Approximately 15,000 cases of wine are produced every year. Popular wines include chardonnay, cabernet sauvignon, pinot noir, merlot, cabernet franc, and syrah.

Napa Cellars

7481 St. Helena Highway South, Oakville, CA 94562, | 707-944-2565 | in a new tab)

Napa Cellars has been making wine for more than 40 years. The winery sits on the original five acres that established Napa Cellars winery in 1976 in Oakville. They still welcome guests to their tasting room in the geodesic dome commissioned by founder Charlie Woods. And they tip their hats to the prominent Napa families, from the Franks to the Rombauers, who graced their cellar during its storied early days. Today, they carve their own path, building on that rich heritage to craft wines that are a classic, unmistakable interpretation of Napa Valley.

Pestoni Family Estate Winery

1673 St Helena Hwy, St Helena, California 94574 | 707-963-0544 | in a new tab)

Pestoni Family Estate Winery upholds the high standards and practices of their great-great-grandfather’s winemaking tradition without compromise. From growing to harvest, fermentation to bottling, every step in the process is accomplished by hand to achieve the purest expression of place. For them, winemaking is not a business; it is their heritage. In 1882, a twenty-four-year-old Albino Pestoni immigrated from the small Swiss village near the Italian border where he grew up to the unknown wilds of Napa Valley, California. He first settled next to some cousins in Bell Canyon, an area at the base of Howell Mountain, then referred to derogatorily as ‘Dago Valley.’ Around this time, wealthier and more distinguished vintners such as Frederick Beringer, the Chaix Brothers, and Gustave Niebaum were also moving to Napa with dreams of producing wines in this new, lush, uncharted world. Luckily, Albino was undaunted by his competition.

Raymond Vineyards

849 Zinfandel Lane, St. Helena, California 94574 | 707-963-3141 | in a new tab)

Raymond Vineyards was founded in 1970 and is one of Napa Valley’s pioneers and grand estates. The Raymond family arrived in Napa in 1933 and became deeply connected to the valley’s winemaking origins. In 1970, they established a 90-acre estate in Rutherford—this now comprises 300 acres in Rutherford, St. Helena, and Jameson Canyon. The vineyards in Rutherford and St. Helena are certified organic and biodynamic, and 100% of the winery’s power comes from renewable solar energy. Five generations of the family have worked to create a Napa icon; they are known for producing elegant wines with a beautiful balance of finesse, power, and complexity. Today, proprietor Jean-Charles Boisset is helping to make Raymond Vineyards a dynamic destination that’s enjoyed by all. In early 2013, Raymond Vineyards was awarded the Wine Enthusiasts Wine Star Award for “American Winery of the Year.”

Trefethen Family Vineyards

1160 Oak Knoll Avenue, Napa, California 94558 | 866-895-7696 | in a new tab)

Trefethen Family Vineyards was established in 1968. Eugene and Catherine Trefethen purchased seven farms surrounding a magnificent (and run-down) 19th-century winery. The redwood winery is now a historic landmark and a working wine cellar. Eugene and Catherine had originally planned to sell all their grapes, but their son, John, had a passion for making wine. John produced Trefethen Vineyards’ first commercial wine in 1973. Three years later, the winery’s 1976 Chardonnay earned “Best Chardonnay in the World” honors at the 1979 Gault Millau World Wine Olympics in Paris. Today, the Trefethen family’s third generation, Loren and Hailey, assist their parents in crafting exceptional wines. They are continuing the family tradition of being passionate for the land, its people, and the art of winemaking. The family has never purchased outside grapes and is committed to sustainable wine growing. Visitors enjoy tasting cabernet sauvignons, merlots, cabernet francs, pinot noirs, chardonnays, viogniers, rieslings, and more.

V. Sattui Winery

1111 White Lane St., Helena, California 94574 | 707-963-7774 | in a new tab)

Having one of the grandest tasting rooms in the Napa Valley featuring 60 highly rated wines to sample and enjoy (including 90+ point Cabernets); they also boast a spectacular deli-marketplace with over 200 cheeses, house-made charcuterie, an extensive gourmet deli selection, a unique gift shop, underground barrel aging cellars & caves, a museum, self-guided tours, and a beautiful, tree-shaded outdoor picnic area. $15 tasting fee: for a selection of six wines.

Whitehall Lane Winery in a new tab)

A small, family-owned winery in Napa Valley’s historic Rutherford appellation. They own approximately 140 acres of prime valley-floor vineyards including the Leonardini Vineyard in St. Helena. They are committed to making the finest Napa Valley cabernet sauvignon, merlot, sauvignon blanc, chardonnay, pinot noir, and reserve wine. The winery continues to receive accolades and awards for producing some of the greatest wines in the world. In Wine Spectator Magazine’s year-end ranking of wines, Whitehall Lane has been honored an unprecedented three times in five years for producing wines rated among the top five in the world. The winery has also been voted Winery of the Year from the Quarterly Review of Wines and Wine and Spirits Magazine.

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