Wineries: Page 4
Experience all that Napa Valley has to offer at the enchanting Napa River Inn.
The blossoming winery has more than scenic views to admire, it has also won numerous awards for what some say are the regions finest grapes.
Tony Soter of Etude Wines believes great wines are grown and not made. Here, a look at how this winery masters the craft of winegrowing.
Try these elegant, textural wines at a tasting room known for its view. And don't forget to pat the winery dogs.
This friendly enclave may have a faint feeling of recognition for some first-time guests. The reason: Alfred Hitchcock selected Bodega Bay as the film location for his legendary film 'The Birds.'
This winery's Old Stone Building can be an intriguing stop for wine tourers eager for a taste of Sonoma County history.
This winery is built in the style of a coal mining tipple house right next to the mineshaft, and its authentic mining artifacts are a reminder of bygone days.
The 'valley within a valley' terroir is singular, making for a superlative wine.
This certified organic facility fills a niche by providing wineries a practical and affordable way to craft sparkling wine. Its winemakers also craft wines for the Rack & Riddle label.
Peju is a small family-owned boutique winery, and a wine, architecture, and art lover's paradise.
An expressive winery offers wines with great complexity and vineyard-inspired artwork.
Dedicated to providing guests an environment that is luxurious, serene, and decidedly green, Bardessono leaves no stone unturned.
The makers of this wine from Paso Robles believe wine should be part of everyday life.
Bouchaine focuses on deficit and minimal irrigation to achieve the intensity of flavors often associated with dry farming.