- Atlas Peak Wineries (7)
- Calistoga Wineries (33)
- Carneros Wineries (23)
- Chiles Valley Wineries (1)
- Coombsville Wineries (12)
- Diamond Mountain Wineries (3)
- Howell Mountain Wineries (16)
- Mount Veeder Wineries (6)
- Oak Knoll Wineries (22)
- Oakville Wineries (24)
- Pritchard Hill Wineries (1)
- Rutherford Wineries (28)
- Silverado Trail Wineries (29)
- Spring Mountain Wineries (10)
- St. Helena Wineries (77)
- Stag's Leap Wineries (11)
- Wild Horse Valley Wineries (0)
- Yountville Wineries (14)
Visitors will get a first-hand look at how we make wine at Keever Vineyards. Guests will tour the winery, the cave and a bit of the vineyards while enjoying a fantastic line up of wines.
Susanna Kelham established Kelham Vineyards along with her two sons, Ron Nicholsen and Hamilton Nicholsen in October of 1997. The entire family have been an integral part of the Oakville heritage for well over twenty years. Together they are proud to showcase an impressive array of celebrated library wines, each bottle speaking directly to a passion that has long defined them as stewards of their craft.
The Kelleher Family Vineyard is situated along Highway 29 in the famous Oakville Appellation in the heart of the Napa Valley. 10 acres are planted exclusively with Cabernet Sauvignon grapes and this beautiful piece of land has been named "Brix Vineyard", after the namesake restaurant "Brix".
The winery is located in the secluded canyons of Calistoga where they have feral cats, winery dogs, hawks, rabbits and wild turkeys. They are delighted to be able to offer tastings of their current release wines and tours of the caves and winemaking facility.
Nestled in the hills above the Napa Valley at 1,550 feet, Kenzo Estate encompasses 3,800 acres, five times the size of New York’s Central Park. Only 150 acres of the unspoiled, wild woodlands have been planted to vines. Protected within this preserve are spring-fed reservoirs, vernal pools, streams and diverse forests of conifer, oak and manzanita. Wild boar, coyote, mountain lion, deer, turkey, and bobcat linger in the wilderness and are occasionally observed by guests and those attending to the estate. The land is truly a welcome escape from the outside world.