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Folie A Deux Napa Cellars, Napa
(4.1/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • Our first trip to the region and Napa Cellars was on our list of wineries to see. We got there at 10:00 am when they opened and was greeted by an amazing woman named Darlene Olejniczak. She took the t...  more »
  • We stopped by on a week day and were able to enjoy a relaxing glass of wine on the grounds all to ourselves. Friendly staff, good wine, worth the stop! 
  • Great wines, different levels of tastings and were able to find a "buy one get one free" tasting in one of the Napa magazines. They welcome picnics and have a cozy spot to sit and enjoy!! 
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  • I love the Menage a Trois wines but the tasting room was a bit of a let down. It wasn't very busy but was understaffed and we didn't get helped for a bit of time. Also, the pours were rather small, and $15 for only 4 tastings for wines that are also on the lower end of the price scale. They do have 3 tiers of wines, from low the high: Menage a Trois, Folie à Deux, and Napa Cellers. Pluses are they have a cute area to sit outside. Overall casual/unpretentious environment. Also they are open till 6PM which is a little bit later than most surrounding wineries.
  • One of the cheapest tastings ($10) that is fun and an interesting experience in a hut. Although you can get Menage a Trois basically anywhere (good deals at Costco), it was fun to sample their other products. The tasting bar itself is pretty small but you can walk around the garden and there is a long table outside where you can also wine and enjoy the sun. The pourers are friendly and the fee is also waived if you purchase a bottle - so it's basically worth it to buy a bottle.
  • fun tour, and a fun place to go for a tour and taste.
  • Everyone will know them for the menge e tois brand that is huge across the country, but the real gem here is their Napa Cellars label. It's usually only sold locally, especially the reserves and the value is sky high. Their Sav Blanc and Cab are wonderful, and the Sav at only $18 a bottle is probably the best value in the valley. We're talking a 90 rated wine for $18. Kip, the attendant was very helpful and poured us a few more varieties than were included in the great $10 flight on offer. Ended up buying a bottle of the Reserve Syrah Rose, Reserve Syrah, and Cab. Great wine at a great price.
  • Friendly staff, fun wines to try. We lounged out on the patio and had fun playing games (cornhole and bocce ball).