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Beringer Vineyards

  • 2000 Main St./Hwy. 29 Map It
  • St. Helena
  • Winery/Brewery/Distillery

Published 07/06/2016

Fodor's Review

Arguably the Napa Valley's most beautiful winery, the 1876 Beringer Vineyards is also the oldest continuously operating property. In 1884 Frederick and Jacob Beringer built the Rhine House Mansion as Frederick's family home. Today it serves as the reserve tasting room, where you can sample wines surrounded by Belgian art-nouveau hand-carved oak and walnut furniture and stained-glass windows. The assortment includes a limited-release Chardonnay, a few big Cabernets, and a Sauterne-style dessert wine. A less expensive tasting takes place in the original stone winery. The one-hour Taste of Beringer tour ($40), which includes a tasting with small food bites, provides a good overview of the valley's wine-making history.

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2000 Main St./Hwy. 29, near Pratt Ave., St. Helena, California, 94574, USA

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707-963–8989; 866-708–9463


Sight Details:

  • Tastings $20–$50, tours $25–$40

Published 07/06/2016


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