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V. Sattui Winery is a family-owned property located in the heart of Napa Valley, which was founded in 1885 and makes more than 60 different wines with dozens of 90+ point rated wines among its current vintages. It is a stunning, must-see Napa Valley...more
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Loved seeing the buildings and grounds of this winery - many good wines also. There is a nice market area where you can buy gifts and/or food and of course wine. A nice picnic place if you wish to do so. Great service at this...More
Even during November this place was will attended by both visitors and staff. This winery delivers the feel and ambiance you want when visiting the Napa/Sonoma region. 50 different photo opportunities, and visitor friendly amenities. They have one of the largest delis in the area...More
We weren’t impressed. The servers personality was drier than the wine. Trying to get him to crack a smile was like pulling teeth.
Grounds were big, store was cool but overall nothing to write home about. I’d skip it so many others w a more...More
This was a great place to visit and would have been even better if the weather had been nice. We enjoyed the wine tastings as well as picking up a few things from the food area to take with us. It's worth the visit.
This place is exactly what we were looking for. You’re entry fee ($20) can be used towards the purchase of a tasting or a wine/food purchase. This is one of the few places I found that allows you to buy a bottle of wine (and...More
We stopped at Sattui because it looked like we could have a picnic on the grounds, which is true if you buy a bottle of their wine, or some of their foods. The grounds are beautiful with many picnic tables. Inside, we had the complete...More
Wine tasting was awesome. Love most of the Sattui wines. Have been visiting Sattui winery for years. Jay, Bob, and Janet really know their wines. Can't imagine a better way to spend a day. The wines are divine, the deli has many excellent selections, the...More
Visited with my wife. You will pay US $20 to enter but this will be deducted from anything you buy in the shop. The wines available for tasting are extensive and you can taste five for your entrance fee. We were fortunate to be met...More
This is a fun place. It’s quite busy and if you are ok with that, then you should go. If you are looking for a more private tasting don’t go here. However if you are looking for “drink it now wine” for a good price...More
Hi All, I am going to be asking that same old question.. My partner and I are going to be in Napa for a weekend in June and have been discussing possible vineyards/ cellars to visit.. We're arriving on the Saturday at around 3ish, and were just planning on doing some tastings in Napa itself (and possibly driving up to Domain Chandon as soon as we get there to get a tasting in). We've then got all day Sunday (i'm hoping Sunday operating hours are as normal..?). We've come up with a...More
May 14, 2013|
Sorry, should also add that my favourite white variety tend to be Viognier and french sauvignon blanc!
Manchester, United Kingdom
Vineyard/Winery Itinerary (8 Replies)
Hi, we will be in Napa for 3 nights in October, I've taken some advice off here and hired a driver for one day. Please could I have your thoughts on this itinerary? Monday 9.45 - leave Embassy Suites 10.30 - 12.15 Schramsberg Tour (already booked) 12.15 - 12.30 Drive to next vineyard (7mins) 12.30 - 13.30 Castello di Amorosa Tasting and walk around $25 for 5 wines - we would split 13.30 - 14.00 Drive to next vineyard (17 mins) 14.00 - 14.45 V. Sattui Winery General...More
September 01, 2015|
OK, so here are some general impressions on your itinerary: 1) Too many wineries on Monday. Period. 5 wineries are way too much. Your taste buds will be blasted by the time you get to your expensive tasting at Darioush. Quite frankly, I'd 86 Castello & V Sattui from the itinerary; they are pretty much the least impressive wineries on your list (and yes, I know that the "castle" is part of the attraction...but really...it's a money trap). Do yourselves a favor and skip them. 2) See...More
Opinion on best 3 wineries in Napa Valley, 1st timers. (13 Replies)
I am in the process of planning a trip to Napa Valley. Arriving in exactly 1 month. We are 5 college friends (class '82), meeting up in Napa for a reunion. As my first time (and the organizer) I am interested in narrowing our experience to 3 good wineries in Napa Valley for Friday. I have a recommendation for V. Sattui winery for a good place for lunch. My Fodor book recommend Schramsberg as a good place for bubblies. I just read Trip Advisors top places to visit and Hess winery gets good...More
September 25, 2013|
V. Sattui has a large deli and barbeque and is the most crowded winery-probably not what you had in mind. There are a lot of places that will have small picnic delis -- for example Chateau St. Jean.