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Raymond Vineyards, St. Helena
(3.9/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
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  • We were going to go to a different vineyard but this place was recommended by our concierge. I booked the winery tour that mentions: full production tour, from garden to crush pad, tank barn and barre...  more »
  • This is a very cool and trendy winery that certainly knows how to party (or have parties) - the wine was nice and we certainly would have bought some but unfortunately they don't ship to Connecticut. ...  more »
  • I love John Legends wine n who doesn't love 2013 generations. The atmosphere has an erotic feel or maybe just Halloween, either very different from other vineyards (at least for the red room). Each wi...  more »
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  • When driving into the winery the signs are little small. They do that because you are driving through the grape vines. It was a run place to have a wine tasting. One fun thing is they had a wall with 20 different smell jars. You walk up and squeeze the bulb and it shots the smell out of the jar, it really lets you know what raspberry should smell like. The red tasting room has a ton of crystal in it which makes the tasting experience more enjoyable.
  • Great wine & awesome atmosphere! Wall with all the smell & textures used to describe wine. Make sure to check out all the different rooms. Red room & appellations are my favorite. Very dog friendly with 4 open air kennels outside & water avaliable. Love the sustainable garden, info signs, goats, chicken, peacocks.
  • Not your typical winery in Napa Valley but that is what makes this place so fun! If you love bold red cabs this is your new favorite place. I loved the red cabs so much I became a wine club member. Once you become a member make sure to rent out the Red Room its very over the top and great for parties. The property even has a dog section outside with dog beds and water barrels.
  • The Raymond Vineyard is something special, but not my cup of tea. After visiting European vineyards this one looks a bit odd and certainly not authentic. The garden however is very well maintained, and good for a stroll. The tasting is very (!) expensive, and to be honest not that insightful. It was a bit disappointing.
  • My wife and I visited with some friends from Minnesota who were Wine Club members. It was terrific, the height or our visit to Napa. Raymond was the first winery we visited, and nothing else came close. Although Artesa, Stag's Leap, and Gerard were also very good. Our favorite was the Generations Cab, the best we've ever experienced, including Silver Oak and Stag's Leap Artemis, but a little pricey. The Reserve Cab and St. Helena are also very good, a little more price acceptable. We were so impressed we joined the wine club, not easy living in Phoenix, but worth the hassle with temperature. This is a must stop on your Napa visit.