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The Anderson's Conn Valley has 26 acres (10.5 hectares) of vineyards, divided into nine blocks. These produce above 16,000 cases annually. The vineyards are known for the artfully crafted blends like Éloge, Éloge Gold and the newest Bordaeaux-style blend, Right Bank. What is unique about this place is the extended time of barrel-aging in two underground caves. Wines, such as Cabernet Sauvignon and Éloge are stored for a minimum of two years in barrels, prior to bottling. This is the secret to wines of good color, taste, and smell.
This majestic Napa winery features a wine-making museum and an array of champenoise sparkling wines for you to try. It was started in 1991 and specializes in Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Its 1991 Reserve and a 1992 Blanc de Blancs are exclusive to the winery tasting room. The 40 million dollar wine-making facility sits on a hilltop and offers panoramic views of Napa Valley. Sit in a peaceful courtyard and enjoy a reflecting pool, sculpture, and fountains.
Ballentine Vineyards primarily produces red wines, including Zinfandel, Syrah, Cabernet Franc and Merlot. All the grapes they use are grown on their three vineyards in Napa Valley. At their tasting room your can try their estate wines and also consider joining their wine club.
Barnett Vineyards was founded by Fiona and Hal Barnett in 1983. The grapes are harvested by hand at this beautiful, mountain-side property. Wines produced here include Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Merlot. Tasting sessions and guided tours are private and are arranged by appointment only. So come by to sip on the smooth and luscious flavors.
This winery has continuously produced wine longer than any other Napa Valley winery. It had a major impact on the industry by introducing small oak barrels for aging wine in the early 1900s. During Prohibition, it produced sacramental wines. Today the winery produces several award-winning varieties from its wide holdings in the Rutherford, Napa Valley and Carneros viticultural areas.
If you want to taste some of the best wines, then a visit to Del Dotto Vineyards in Napa Valley is a must. Del Dotto Vineyards is a family-owned business and has been functional for more than ten years. The selling point of this winery is that it is the only place that bottles wine right out of barrels. The barrels here are housed inside the caves which gives a mystical touch to the wine touring and tasting experience. The caves here are tiled with marble and are a great place to taste the rich wines produced here.
Arrowood Vineyards and Winery is well-placed in Sonoma county amongst scenic views. The winery resembles an English dwelling surrounded by the vineyard and mountains. But arguably more important are the delicious wines fermented here. The wine is made from grapes grown only in Sonoma county, under the guidance of Richard Arrowood's 40 years of experience and classic aging methods. Tours and tastings are available with prior reservation.
The Baldacci Family Vineyards was founded by Thomas Baldacci in the year 1997 in the Stags Leap District near Yountville. This Californian winery produces an average of 35000 case of wine a year and distributes in and around America. With world-renowned winemaker, Rolando Herrera heading their production, they offer quality red wine such as Piont noir and Syrah. Make a reservation to be a part of legacy at The Baldacci Family Vineyards!
Beringer Vineyards has been in the wine-making business for more than 125 years. With a combination of modern technology and traditional methods, it produces some great blends. Pinot Grigio, Sparkling White Zinfandel, Alluvium Blanc, Merlot, Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon are some of the wines produced. The store sells items such as two bottle wine boxes with handle, wine cellar tags, Beringer wine tasting wheel and much more. You can choose to join any of the four wine clubs.