Yountville Inn

6462 Washington St, Yountville, California, 94559, United States
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Satisfaction Excellent
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304
Very Good
23%
108
Average
6%
28
Poor
3%
15
Terrible
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  • Families80
  • Couples92
  • Solo90
  • Business86

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Will be in Napa Nov 10-11, need place to stay

by vcaulkins

Hi!

My husband and I will be staying in the Napa area next Sat and Sun and need a place to stay that's inepensive

Also, any suggestions for free wine tastings on my birthday would be nice :)

Thanks!

Re: Will be in Napa Nov 10-11, need place to stay

by Roadquill

Check out the Bel Abri in Napa. Usually free wine tastings, cheese, grapes, crackers in early evening.

Re: Will be in Napa Nov 10-11, need place to stay

by atufft

The best way to get free tastings is to make appointments at the smaller wineries, and then plan to buy a bottle. See my tips on wineries to visit under my pages for Napa, St. Helena, Oakville, and Calistoga. If you stay on the valley floor, you're certain to pay for your tastings.

Re: Will be in Napa Nov 10-11, need place to stay

by travelgourmet

To get VT tips on Napa, type in Napa,CA in the Search box next to Destinations. Click on GO! and you can see the personal tips of fellow members. Your best bet to find out about wineries and lodging costs and location is to see the website: www.napavalley.com

Re: Will be in Napa Nov 10-11, need place to stay

by orcoastgirl

Check the website for the Yountville Inn in Yountville, sometimes they offer great Fall specials, utilize your concierge at your hotel, we have been given many complimentary tasting passes from the Yountville Inn, Sonoma Mission Inn and the Villagio Inn & Spa (pricey) in Yountville. Cheers and happy tasting! :)

Travel Tips for Napa

Best time to visit.

by Herkbert

If you are planning a Napa holiday, consider visiting in autumn during the harvest and crush. This could be anywhere from late August to early October depending on the weather. You'll be paying peak rates, waiting for restaurant reservations, and mingling with many more people, but it is truly worth it.

The smell of the freshly picked grapes permeates the air, and everywhere you go you see the hustle and hard work that goes into your favorite wines.

go Wine tasting. Napa is home...

by Wilson

go Wine tasting. Napa is home to some of the best wines in the world (which is quite upsetting to those in France). There are so many great wineries that you need to spend at least 2-3 days touring the region. Go up with a good group of friends as there is nothing better than spending quality time with friends while getting bombed at a dozen or so wineries. Watching the sunset out on the deck at the Auberge du Soleil hotel with a glass of Silver Oak cabernet. This hotel sits up on the hill and over looks the entire Napa valley.

Adams Ridge Winery

by MarioPortugal

Adams Ridge Winery
Total Production of 400 - 500 cases per year. One wine produced: a Cabernet Sauvignon from 2 regions. Aged 20 months in 100% french oak barrels plus and additional ageing of 12 months in the bottle before its release. Price: US$58 per bottle.

--- quote from the website ---

Owner | Winemaker
Ronald Adams created Adams Ridge Winery after working in the wine industry for 27 years. As an independent contractor, he was an important asset in creating and developing over 30 Wine Caves in the Napa and surrounding valleys. Along with his extensive knowledge and experience in the wine industry, Ronald's love for fine wine lent him creative vision for his own hand crafted wine, emphasizing the use of caves for optimal climate control, as well as optimal barrel aging conditions to create a premium handcrafted product.

MINOR WINE DYNASTIES - THAT SURVIVED!

by 100ACRE

CALIFORNIA WINE DYNASTIES

FOPPIANO...founded in 1896 by Giovanni Foppiano, a native of Genoa who emigrated to California in 1864 hoping to find gold. When his prospecting failed, he purchased a working winery called Riverside Farm, where Foppiano Vineyards stands today near Healdsburg. Today, the fourth and fifth generation of the family run the winery, which is best known for its Petite Sirah.

MIRASSOU...began in America in the early 1850s when Pierre Pellier settled in Santa Clara Valley and planted the grape cuttings he'd brought from his native France. In 1881, his daughter married neighboring vintner Pierre Mirassou, who joined Pellier in business. Their vineyards thrived, but the following generations faced epidemics, recessions and Prohibition. The fifth and sixth generation continue the family's tradition of winemaking even though they've sold the family name to Gallo.

NICHELINI...While other wineries have changed with the times, Nichelini Winery seems preserved in the past. In a historic winery clinging to the side of a mountain east of St. Helena, the Nichelini family makes 2,500 cases a year of wine, some from very old vines. Though the processing has been updated since Anton Nichelini founded the winery in 1890, the winery seems a museum. Joe Nichelini is the president, and his sister and cousins are part owners.

SEGHESIO...Italian immigrant Edoardo Seghesio planted his first vineyard in the Alexander Valley in 1895. Today his grandsons and great-grandsons farm 400 acres of vineyards in Alexander Valley, Russian River Valley and Dry Cree

Packing List

by kellensdad

Pack what you can. It's good to have a change of clothes before dinner. Comfortable clothes/shoes during the day and nice duds for the evenings. Bring a good camera. A nice shot of Pine Ridge Winery in the Stags Leap District on the east side of the valley. Try the Onyx if you can. Yum!

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Address: 6462 Washington St, Yountville, California, 94559, United States