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21 Most Beautiful Wineries in Napa Valley

Source: Courtesy of Beringer Vineyards via Yelp

Beringer Vineyards
> Location: St. Helena

This historic vineyard is centered around a Victorian mansion with exterior stonework, multiple turrets, sumptuous woodwork, and stained glass windows. The grounds feature landscaped terraces, fountains, towering oaks, stone walkways, and ivy-covered archways, adding to the Beringer estate’s allure as a destination vineyard and wedding venue.

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Alpha Omega
> Location: St. Helena

Crisp, modern geometry meets rustic countryside charm at this newer vineyard, which features an outdoor tasting terrace overlooking a stone-lined reflecting pond with five vertical jets, as well as a chalet-like tasting house with high windows and a towering cathedral ceiling. Its valley floor location affords expansive views of the Mayacamas Mountains.

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Larkmead Vineyards
> Location: Calistoga

The chic farmhouse at this historic vineyard serves as a tasting quarters with a casual yet contemporary ambiance; it also doubles as an art gallery displaying works by vineyard owner and painter Kate Solari Baker. The numerous tasting rooms and lounges provide an intimate, homey feel, and the fragrant floral gardens feature native plants, mimicking the appearance of wild meadows.

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Mayacamas Vineyards
> Location: Napa

Tucked into rolling hills, the serene and idyllic locale of this historic stone winery provides a picture-perfect depth of landscape views. After the old hospitality center was destroyed by wildfires in 2017, a new tasting room was built with a nod to the historic architecture. It features a 24-foot gathering table, as well as outdoor seating among stone walkways, with excellent views of the vineyards and forested slopes.

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Stags’ Leap Winery
> Location: Napa

This historic winery features an original 19th-century castle-like manor, built in the English Renaissance style, with coffered redwood ceilings, fine woodwork, and stained glass windows. An old stone wine cellar, stone cabanas, and terraced gardens with date palms and fruit trees make Stags’ Leap a stunning destination.

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