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Dutch Henry Winery, Calistoga

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  • The house wines are enjoyable (recommend the Rooster), but the highlight was the tour of the house wine cave and a barrel tasting.  more »
  • This wine tasting was exactly what I expected out of Napa Valley! Excellence and class in a rustic environment! The Wine Cave was incredible!! You go back in a second!!!  more »
  • Went out of our way to find this place because it was in our "Calistoga Passport". Very glad we didn't pay the $25 tasting fee - better wines available at Trader Joes for a quarter of the price.  more »
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  • I love this place. The staff is nice, they have lawn games, and this is the only vineyard in the area that will let you bring a packed picnic. They also have a cool wine cave you can check out and this vineyard is much less commercial than many of the surrounding vineyards. There's no exiting through the gift shop here, just good wine and a nice dog too!
  • There was 10 of us here for a birthday celebration and Rachel took great care of us. We did the Reserve Tour & Tasting for $50 per person. Great place if you wanna hang out with friends drink some wine and play some Bocce ball. if you want to hear an encyclopedia on the type of wine you are tasting just ask and they will expand. Otherwise they pour, give you a brief description and you're ready to taste. Staff is friendly and accommodating. Had great time. Loved it here!!
  • Years ago, we really enjoyed visiting this winery. It was laid-back, small and friendly. Dropped by today to find that while the place itself hasn't changed that much, the attitude and the prices sure have. A grumpy person pouring our wine, a $25 tasting fee to taste in a bare-bones tasting room (for $25 you can have a much more pleasant experience at many other wineries in the valley), and high-priced mediocre wines. I won't be recommending this place as a "must-visit" winery to my guests that visit Napa.
  • They are suppose to be dog friendly, but they are not! When we called the day before, they said no problem bring your dog. The next day we couldn't bring our puppy in, it was 106 out, they made us leave our dog outside! Beware!
  • Laid-back and easygoing - very unique tasting experience. Feels more like a farm than a winery. We drew our tasting out well over an hour sitting in comfy chairs near the chicken coup. The only hard thing was deciding who would take the glasses back for the next pour.