Wine Tasting in American Canyon


Select Local Merchants

  • Domain Chadon
    At Domain Chadon, finish your meal with traditional creme brulee — this French restaurant is a fine establishment in Yountville's Napa district. The menu doesn't include any low-fat items, so set aside some extra calories for your visit. Enjoy a drink with your dinner — Domain Chadon has a full bar to serve up a glass of wine, beer, or more. Have a few picky young eaters in the family? Not a problem at Domain Chadon, where the food and ambience are perfect for family dining. Domain Chadon's outdoor seating is available during the warmer months. Business casual dress, tasty food and a classic atmosphere makes this a great place for any occasion. For no extra charge, diners can park in the connecting lot. At Domain Chadon, bikers can lock their bikes safely outside. Checks are bigger than average at the restaurant, so prepare your wallet. Early risers and night owls alike can enjoy Domain Chadon since it offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
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    1 California Drive
    Yountville, CA US
  • Cornerstone Cellars
    Cornerstone Cellars piles oenophiles' palates with tastings of wine and cheese in an elegant tasting room adorned with eclectic artwork and TVs. Drinking duos will imbibe the winemakers' vintage Stepping Stone Rocks! red and white nectars, carefully comparing the French-inspired amalgamations of varietals, aromas, and Parisian mime tears. A smattering of cheeses complements each wine's unique flavors, allowing guests to experiment with pairings until they find the combination that unlocks wine's hidden notes of bacon. After emptying glasses and polishing off plates, pairs receive bottles of Stepping Stone Rocks! red and white to sip at home or use to strengthen core muscles by balancing them on their heads.
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    6505 Washington St
    Yountville, CA US
  • Trinitas Cellars
    Generally, sipping wine in cave is frowned upon. But at Trinitas Cellars, it's encouraged. Inside Trinitas Cellars' 40-foot-deep estate cave, guests sip custom wine flights and learn about flavor notes while surrounded by beautiful natural stone, extravagant furnishings, and Batman's surplus gadgets. Across the street at The Trinitas Library, patrons learn more about the wine-making process while sampling pours and even participating in an exclusive Italian amarone wine tasting. The Napa Valley tasting cave, learning library, and vineyard?as well as a remote wine bar in La Jolla?are the product of one single family. Husband-and-wife team Tim and Steph Busch own and operate Trinitas with the help of their two kids. The family harnesses Napa's grapes and climate to handcraft full-bodied cabernet sauvignons, bright chardonnays, and other varietals. Their amarone wines come from their partners in Verona, Italy.
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    875 Bordeaux Way
    Napa, CA US
  • Ceja Vineyards
    The history of Ceja Vineyards dates back the 1950s, when Pablo Ceja, then working in St. Helena vineyards, dreamed of owning his own land where his ever-expanding family could grow their own grapes and make their own wine. Fueled by this dream for a better life for his children, Pablo moved his family from Mexico to the Napa Valley in 1967. Fortunately, 2 of his 10 children, Pedro and Armando, inherited his passion for wine and belief in hard work. When they were old enough, Pedro and Armando planted their first pinot-noir grapes in 1986 and, 13 years later, officially founded Ceja Vineyards with their wives and children. Today, the Cejas' operation boasts 113 producing acres and a chic wine-tasting salon where guests can enjoy sips of the vineyard’s red and white varietals, artisan cheeses, gourmet food items, and featured works from local artists. In good Ceja tradition, Pedro and Armando’s kids are now beginning to purple their feet in the family business as well. Pablo’s family has undoubtedly made him proud; they’ve done much since their humble beginnings in St. Helena. The family hopes their story of hope and determination surfaces in every sip of their lovingly cultivated wines.
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    1248 1st St.
    Napa, CA US
  • Judd's Hill Winery
    Music, ceramics, architecture, and grapes: Art Finkelstein worked with a wide range of creative media over the years. But nothing spoke to him quite like winemaking?not even running his first successful vineyard, Whitehall Lane Winery. Seeking to return to a more hands-on role in the winemaking process, he opened Judd's Hill Winery on 14 sprawling acres of Napa Valley countryside. Here, his family devotes their attention to keeping the quantities of their wine small, but the quality of those batches high. The resulting bottles tempt palates of every persuasion and astrological sign, with selections ranging from crisp, refreshing whites to complex and balanced reds. And the Finkelsteins freely share their viticultural knowledge?the winery offers microcrush services to aspiring vinters, and hosts educational courses on blending wines and pairing quaffs with cuisine.
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    2332 Silverado Trl
    Napa, CA US
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