Traveling north on the Silverado Trail in Napa Valley, you will find yourself surrounded by the Mayacamas Range to the west and the Vaca Mountains to the east.
Along this breathtaking route are three family-owned, sustainably farmed Napa Valley wineries. We think you will enjoy the relaxed-pace that tasting at these wineries will offer.
Anderson’s Conn Valley Vineyards: St. Helena, CA
Family owned an operated since 1983 this 40 acre estate, just south of Howell Mountain, will surely impress. The tasting experience at Anderson’s Conn Valley is best suited for the serious wine buyer. Tasting fees are $90 per couple for their Reserve Cave Tasting.
WineCountry Tip: Reservations are required – plan ahead.
Rutherford Ranch Winery: St. Helena, CA 94574
From chocolate pairings to sensory activities Rutherford Ranch Winery offers an impressive selection of tasting options.
WineCountry Tip: Be sure to visit their website to learn more about all their tasting experiences, we recommend the chocolate and wine pairing!
HALL – Rutherford: Rutherford, CA 94573
Committed to being environmentally responsible from organic farming to recyclable packaging and recycled water program for landscaping. The high-tech Rutherford property is designed for the production of small-lot red wine.
WineCountry Tip: Sign up for their Artisan Cave and Winery Tour – you’ll want to see the chandelier in person!
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Family-Owned and Sustainably Farmed: Tasting on the Silverado Trail
November 3, 2014