Founded in 1879, Inglenook was the dream of Gustave Niebaum who wanted to create wines from an expressly American terroir that would equal those made in the great wineries of Europe. Today, the estate is comprised of 1700 contiguous acres - 235 of which are organically certified vineyards - located in Napa Valley's Rutherford appellation, and is one of the few remaining family-owned wine estates of this magnitude in America. Being one of the cornerstones of the region's wine history, Inglenook has been setting standards of excellence in winemaking that can be measured in decades.
Vitality and ingenuity are hallmarks of Inglenook's spirit, revealed in a selection of wines both balanced and elegant, and offered in a range of visitor experiences that convey classic warmth and hospitality.
Enjoy a seated tasting of Estate wines including our flagship Rubicon paired with artisan cheese. A tailored discussion will be led by one of our wine-educators in the comfort of the Salon.
Craft an exclusive experience by exploring the grand Inglenook estate with a tour and wine tasting personalized for your group or occasion. 24-hour advance reservations required.
A comfortable, casual setting reminiscent of a European cafe. Sip indoors or have a relaxing al fresco moment in the courtyard. The Bistro offers wines, espresso, Bistro bites, cheese and charcuterie.
At A Glance
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- Red Wines
- Cabernet Sauvignon
- Red Wine Blends
- White and Dessert Wines
- Sauvignon Blanc
- White Wine Blends
- Library Reserve Tastings
- Sustainably Farmed
- Wine Education Classes
- Wine And Food Pairings
- Wine Club
- Wine Cave
- Good For
- Winery Groups Corporate
- Large Groups
Discover a retail experience curated by Francis and Eleanor Coppola.
The Bistro is a friendly cafe, perfect for friends and families.
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