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Long Meadow Ranch, St. Helena

Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Ranches, Food & Drink, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.1/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web
Long Meadow Ranch is located in St. Helena. See Long Meadow Ranch and all St. Helena has to offer by arranging your trip with our St. Helena travel itinerary planner.
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  • We had a garden tour followed by a luncheon with wine and olive oil tasting. Overall the food was superb, the whites much better than the reds and the olive oil interesting. Service was too slow and t...  read more »
  • This was the PERFECT afternoon for our rowdy group of 10! We were in town to celebrate the 40th birthdays of several friends and decided to book the winery tour before our family-style dinner at Long ...  read more »
  • Established four or so years ago, slow start, but now excellent. Locally sourced food - outstanding quality - and great service. 
  • Lunch at the restaurant was decent but not spectacular. Pork chop was slightly dry. Hog Island oysters served were great though - briny on the outside with intense sweetness on the bite.
  • If you plan on spending some time in Napa Valley, we recommend taking one of Long Meadow Ranch's excursions for a unique experience. Their Mayacamas Estate sits above the valley and has gorgeous views. Relax in this peaceful environment while sipping wines and learn about the history of the winery, tour the caves, and enjoy a 3 course lunch paired with wine. You will also get to taste their extra virgin olive oil made at the estate. A great way to spend the day!
  • We did the Winery and Cave experience which was well worth it. The tour starts in the tasting room by the Farmstead, and you are driven up to the hillside location of the winery. The view is fantastic, the building is very interesting and "green". There is art strewn throughout the modern facility. You get an introduction into wine making and tour the actual facility. The caves are carved into the mountainside. You see the olive press from above. During the tour you taste various wines. Upon return to the tasting room, you are given a private room tasting of olive oils. Very informative and beautiful tour.
  • Their wines are so so and honestly, lackluster compared to others along the same strip. Definitely felt pressured to purchase.
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