Artesa Vineyards And Winery, Napa
Artesa Vineyards And Winery, Napa - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 1345 Henry Rd, Napa, CA 94559, USA
Ticket Price: 40 USD
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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About Artesa Vineyards And Winery, Napa
For the past 25 years, Artesa Vineyard has been serving delectable wine to the lovers of this drink in Napa. Opened in 1991, this wineyard has been able to set up a brand for itself offering excellence in quality as well as taste. As you visit the winery, you will be taken aback by the estate’s fusion of architecture, artistry and wine growing techniques. This is one of the best places to have learn the process that lies behind the making of wine and a nuanced understanding of its taste.
Artesa Vineyards And Winery Information
- Groups of 8 or more require advance reservations and must be privately hosted.
Artesa Vineyards And Winery Ticket Prices
- Artesa offers a Reserve Tasting of five wines for $25 + tax or you may purchase a glass of sparkling wine for $15 + tax.
How To reach Artesa Vineyards And Winery by Public Transport
- By hired car
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A friend and I were at Artesa a couple weeks ago. It was a GREAT experience, from start to finish. Everyone was kind. Alvaro was our host, and he was wonderful. He went into great detail about each wine, telling us what foods it should be paired with, and he was quite entertaining. The facility is beautiful inside and out, from the architecture to the views. I don't know how someone could negatively review this place. Research the options online before going, make a reservation, and plan. You pay for what you get, and Artesa surpassed my expectations for the money paid. We even became club members and got a discount on our bill! Artesa made our Saturday one of the best EVER. Thank you!
We have been going to Artesa for years. We brought some friends this time and we were told they had changed their procedures to drink their wine. We could no longer drink wine on the terrace without paying $68 per person. We could sit inside at the old tasting room for $58 per person. Or stand at high tops for free. There was also a courtyard that was usually reserved for "club members." Very tacky. It went from our most favorite winery to our least favorite and we told them that when we left. They did not appear concerned. Go elsewhere until they change. This was the only place we experienced such gouging. Try Domaine Carneros across the road some two minutes. Great view and great wine.
Come to Artesa for the views and the architecture, those are unsurpassed...but the wine, there is better on offer elsewhere in the valley. We very much enjoyed our afternoon on the terrace, but that was more due to our interest in the totally unique design of the property. I should note that my view is colored because our host was a little overtasked; he was looking after more tasting tables than time allowed, so he was rushed when introducing our next wine, but then took forever to appear with the next one.
Five stars because this was the most beautiful vineyard we visited in Napa. On the way up the long, windy hill to reach Artesa's entrance, our driver informed us that they spent something like $11m on landscaping. I can totally believe this because it the entire property was breath taking. I could have spent all day laying on a blanket of their lawn just taking in the fresh air and admiring the surroundings. We opted to do the wine tasting and were pleasantly surprised when our wine-tender (I might be making up words here) informed us that we could buy bottles of wine instead of paying for the tasting. What a deal! I brought home a nice bottle of wine that lasted probably a week until we gave in and drank it. The service was top notch, the wine was good and the views were outstanding. While there are hundreds of vineyards I would like to visit in my life time, this is probably the only one I'd come back to repetitively each time I visit Napa.
A Local suggested we attend....best advice ever!! We came in the ADA entrance by accident and felt lost, as it was away from front main entrance. We were immediately greeted by Scott and asked if we were familiar with the winery. He proceeded to tell us of the history of the winery, showed us around and treated us very well. Informed us of the various tasting options and suggested his favorite tasting. We chose it. The reserves tasting with 5 different wines from their vineyard or others close by they work with. Scott was incredible, sharing the history of each wine and the area the grapes were grown for each. We have been to many vineyards and done tours and tastings, but the care and time he took to show a couple of Texans on our 22nd anniversary was top notch. The wine was incredible and the scenery....oh my, it was awesome! Thank you Artesa and especially Scott! We WILL be back and suggest anyone considering a winery tour to put this at the top of your to visit list!! Weekday tours are best to avoid the crowd, or get a reservation if planning a weekend visit.