Your Guide to Wine-tasting in Calistoga

Whether you plan to stay in Calistoga for a day, 2-3 days or a week, you’ll want to prioritize time for wine tasting. The experiences of tasting run the gamut, so here’s a list of options so you can plan ahead, based on your preferences:

Historical Wineries: Chateau Montelena, Larkmead Vineyards, Dutch Henry Winery

Architectural Beauties: Castello di Amorosa, Clos Pegase Winery, Chateau Montelena, Sterling Vineyards, Davis Estates

Tasting Rooms: August Briggs Winery, Maldonado Vineyards, W.H. Smith, Romeo Vineyards & Cellars, Huge Bear Wines, Picayune Cellars & Mercantile, The Grade Cellars, Tank Garage Winery, T-Vine Winery

Small Production Wineries: Barlow Vineyards, Brian Arden Winery, Calistoga Orthodox WinesLaura Michael Wines

Blending Experience: Bennett Lane Winery

Winery with horses on property: Tamber Bey Vineyards

Winery owned by a celebrity: Vermeil Wines

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