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Quixote Winery, Napa

Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
Inspirock Rating:
4.4/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web
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  • This review is primarily about Aaron Pott (winemaker at Quixote) and his Pott Wines. Our Party of 4 had a wonderful time tasting wines and being regaled with tales with Aaron Pott. We joined 2 other c...  read more »
  • Mike was a great host, walking us around the winery, and taking us through the different wines. We completed our tasting inside with some cheese and salami. Interesting architecture (by Hundervasser) ...  read more »
  • Had an appointment for tasting. Setting is beautiful, architecture is so interesting and amazing. They really don't want the focus to be on the buildings, though. For them, it's about the wine. And th...  read more »
  • Probably the most beautiful and unique architecture of a winery in Napa Valley, designed by the same architect who made the famous nature-inspired cathedral in Barcelona! It's his only work in the US. The wine is quite tasty as well! Must make a reservation.
  • One of the best estate wineries in Napa, reservations are a must.
  • Completed in 1998, the building was designed by the famous Austrian artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser, about 2 years before he passed away. This place is a hidden jewel, both for its art and wine, as well as its seclusion. The winery is by appointment only, so be sure to call ahead of your visit.
  • Great tour. Daniel the tour guide was friendly knowledgeable. We liked the wine will probably go back again.
  • Yes, it's a little difficult to find. At the end of a long private road, marked only by a sign with several addresses, off the Silverado Trail, there is this truly fantastic architectural confection. Welcomed by the genial and extremely enthusiastic host, eight or nine lucky people taste a range of petit syrahs and cabs, each one richer than the last. Along with the wine, the host presents a rich history of the place, including real estate intrigues, architectural oddities and just plain funny stories. The mix of Viennese, post-war whimsey, shimmering color and a successful attempt to use not a single straight line and windows and doors of which no two are alike, results in an afternoon of warm memories and a resolve to visit again with more fortunate friends.
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