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Artesa Vineyards & Winery, Napa

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Set high up on a hill, Artesa Vineyards & Winery mixes exquisite wines with panoramic views of Napa Valley. Owned by a Spanish family with a winemaking history spanning more than 400 years, the vineyard is best known for producing small batches of handcrafted Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Merlot, and Cabernet Sauvignon. Sit on the terrace with 360-degree views to taste the wines produced on this 141 hectare (350 acre) vineyard, or join a guided tour to learn more about the winemaking process. The tours include a sparkling wine sample to start, as well as a flight of five wines at the finish. Before you head to Napa, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Napa holiday planner, to make sure you see all that Napa has to offer, including Artesa Vineyards & Winery.
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  • We drove up to Artesa early in the morning and although we love great wine .. 9:30 AM is a little early to begin tasting. The winery is up on a vista that is gorgeous and the landscaping is well done....  more »
  • We came to do a tasting and loved everything we tried. We joined the wine club and our tasting was free!  more »
  • I came to Artesa after Domaine Carneros. Arriving here it didn't really seem like we were in the right place because it is not right off the main road. We parked and there was tons of parking availabl...  more »
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  • A Local suggested we attend....best advice ever!! We came in the ADA entrance by accident and felt lost, as it was away from front main entrance. We were immediately greeted by Scott and asked if we were familiar with the winery. He proceeded to tell us of the history of the winery, showed us around and treated us very well. Informed us of the various tasting options and suggested his favorite tasting. We chose it. The reserves tasting with 5 different wines from their vineyard or others close by they work with. Scott was incredible, sharing the history of each wine and the area the grapes were grown for each. We have been to many vineyards and done tours and tastings, but the care and time he took to show a couple of Texans on our 22nd anniversary was top notch. The wine was incredible and the scenery....oh my, it was awesome! Thank you Artesa and especially Scott! We WILL be back and suggest anyone considering a winery tour to put this at the top of your to visit list!! Weekday tours are best to avoid the crowd, or get a reservation if planning a weekend visit.
  • EDIT: I went here last Saturday and this was a total joke. Insanely crowded and noisy with a populace that does not even know what is wine testing. We picked up our wine and will cancel our subscription as the experience is so bad now. BTW asking $80 for a 2013 basic wine is mind blowing. The owners of that vineyard should go back to reality. Really. Dropping one star and now giving just one. === Very noisy place. How can you do wine tasting in that big room which is sooooo noisy. This is unbelievable. The entrance is quite nice on the outside with an interesting view but the noise inside ruined everything. It is time for the owner to understand the art of wine tasting... You can pass.
  • Man, what a great place this could have been...we had a group come and our tasting fee was 35 a person. Not bad, but then when we all enjoyed the wine and purchased almost $1,000 worth of wine, we were told our tasting fee wouldn't be waived because we had a reservation. Be warned about this little trick that cost us $400+ in tasting fees.
  • Great, friendly service. Shelby waited on us and she was fabulous! We found this place thanks to fellow yelp reviewers :) we had foods pairing with wine tasting which were both awesome! Definitely recommend this place.
  • If you're looking for a fancy modern artsy winery experience with a breath taking view including water fountains and statues Artesa is a great choice. We had the 🧀 + 🍷 pairing. Freddy was super friendly and knowledgeable and took great care of us. Definitely will come back!

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Where to stay in Napa

To explore North America's largest wine-growing region and remain close to fine dining and shopping, consider staying at a bed and breakfast located in downtown Napa. Many centrally located inns offer spacious rooms with fireplaces, free Wi-Fi, and on-site swimming pools. If you don't mind splurging, consider staying at one of the wine valley's lavishly furnished villas, many of which feature private lakes and access to a network of scenic hiking trails. You can also go all out at a luxury resort located in a picturesque vineyard setting.
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