Loved the funky buildings and terrific wine. I had never heard of them and we really enjoyed our visit there!
We visited this winery on he recommendation of our driver. Thank goodness because we would never have found it on our own. You need an appt to visit and they keep their tours small. We were the only ones on our tour. I wont ruin the story of the winery but it's a pretty crazy one. Our tour guide was... More
fun architectural surroundings - superb wines! One the best tai stings we had - private and comfortable outdoor patio with a personable staff explaining wines and showing interest in making the event a meaningful event.
This winery was one of the favorite ones we visited. You have to make a reservation in order to go. The host was wonderful and informative and the wines were great. The fee for the tour/tasting is $25 but I believe that it is waived if you buy some of the wine.
Unique experience with top-quality wines and an good, brief overview of wine-making soup-to-nuts. Be sure to ask about the French Tasting, because the founder of this winery had a role in the story.
Personal service. Cool building. Very small winery. High quality product
The wine was excellent, the tour was informative, and the architecture was the cherry on top. This winery is housed in the only Hundertwasser designed building in the US an the whimsical feel and bright colors, combined with the landscaping, made for a great experience.
The Quixote Winery is not shown on most of the winery maps for Napa, but it is located where the original Stag's Leap winery grew the famous grapes and made the prize-winning wines. Now it is a fabulous architectural tour de force with a most entertaining and informative tour and outstanding Petite Syrah wines. So far it is not well-known... More
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