The Hess Collection Winery And Art Museum, Napa

The Hess Collection Winery And Art Museum, Napa - Address, Phone Number

Address: 4411 Redwood Rd, Napa, CA 94558, USA

Phone: +1-7072551144

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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About The Hess Collection Winery And Art Museum, Napa

Here is a museum that introduces to one of the loveliest drinks on earth. Donald Hess’ extensive private contemporary Art Museum is set within a winery that offers you a perfect Napa experience. It was in 1978 that Donald Hess first purchased vineyards on Mount Veeder and today it is one of the best wine yards to be visited in Napa. The winery first opened to the public in 1989 and ever since then it has been offering exquisite experience to visitors.

The Hess Collection Winery And Art Museum Ticket Prices

  • Wine Tasting: $25.00 for four wines.
  • Art Museum: Free entry

The Hess Collection Winery And Art Museum Opening and Closing Hours

  • Art Museum: 10:00am – 5:30pm
  • December 31, 2016: 10:00am – 2:00pm
  • New Year’s Day: Closed

How To reach The Hess Collection Winery And Art Museum by Public Transport

  • By rented car from city centre.

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The Hess Collection Winery And Art Museum, Napa Reviews - Write a Review

  • A really welcome and nice winery in Napa Valley. Known for its mount veeder Cabernet Sauvignon. But I personally prefer the Chardonnay!

  • Great experience and amazing art and wine. Only wish weather was bit less warmer. 101 degree is not the right weather to take vineyard tour

  • I used to come here all the time. I decided to no longer come here due to the culture change. The sales reps only care about selling their wines more so than just simply allowing their guests to enjoy their time wine tasting and enjoying the scenery. It was never like this. I now only go to domaine carneros, or robert mandavi winery or other wineries. They ask you for all your personal information which I dont like giving out and again all they care about are their sales. Here's some advice. Stop putting so much pressure on your guests. If they want to buy a bottle, they will buy one or two. If you continue to provide this type of culture- you will lose business.

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  • Fantastic scenery and museum. History of vineyards established by the Christian Brothers in 1936 is awesome. Yes. The same religious group that actually made Christian Brothers brandy back in the day for us old timers. Truly enjoyed the wine and knowledgeable staff. One of the best cabernet and blends in Napa. Had to take some home. Thanks Gustavo!

  • Visited 16 Vinyard in the week that my family and friends visited Sonoma and Hess was the most disrespectful people I've ever met. The person pouring never explained any of the wines and actually had to ask someone else to finish our tasting because she was ignoring us. Finally, the check out lady stopped my wife for not paying after I had just paid for her. The best part of the experience is when we left.

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