Beringer Vineyards
Beringer Vineyards
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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Beringer Vineyards embodies the timeless appeal and seductive flavor of the Napa Valley. As the region's oldest continuously operating winery, we offer guests the opportunity to experience a winemaking tradition dating back more than 140 years. Visit the iconic Rhine House, taste our celebrated wines in the Old Stone Winery or take a tour and learn more about our wines and history. No matter if you are here for a couple of hours or the day, Beringer Vineyards is excited to offer you the excellent winery experience you deserve.
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  • Jennifer D
    Chicago, Illinois134 contributions
    Last Minute Tasting & Tour
    We closed down a few other wineries, but still had the desire to catch one more. Beringer offered a later tour that included a wine cave, so we booked it. It was a small group of 9 and our guide was very friendly adapting to us and the other guests very well. It was fun to get the history of how wine started in Napa and I would recommend it!
    Visited February 2020
    Written March 6, 2020
  • Georgianna C
    Makati, Philippines100 contributions
    Perfect for those who are visiting Napa for the first time
    Did the Taste of Beringer Tour last November. While I understand it is a bit pricier compared to other tours and tastings, my fiance and I chose this because it was also our first time in Napa and the history of this vineyard does intertwine a bit with the history of Napa. Nevertheless, we enjoyed our tour and loved how chill and unpretentious our tour guide was (I feel so bad I can't seem to remember the name of our guide. Jon I think? Sorry!). It was casual as we walked around the property while sipping on white wine. The snacks paired with our wine was pretty good too and our guide was knowledgeable without making us feel intimidated. As he would say, we don't have to follow the "rules" of drinking wine with what. If we enjoy it, that's great! It also helped that we were a small group. We were 8 persons in total so we were able to listen to the guide clearly and were able to talk to each other as well. Would definitely recommend this to those visiting Napa for the first time. Beringer has good wine and a lovely property.
    Visited November 2019
    Written February 27, 2020
  • Andy M
    Temecula, California73 contributions
    Don't waste your time, and the front entrance staff was bad
    Pretty spot, but the people at the gate were less than helpful or friendly. They just said "Sip and stroll? How many?" Then said the other lady would pour the wine, then got overly talkative when it came to encouraging a large tip (it defaults at 20 dollars...for a 20 dollar glass of cheap wine and if you give less they are pretty snarky about it). So you pay for the grounds walk really, but it was pretty empty. The historic mansion was closed off and there were signs everywhere saying only for wine club members (or whatever they called it). It was the only place open that took walk in guests that we saw so we gave it a shot as we were in the area but I would not recommend it. Especially since the wine they make sells for under 5 dollars a bottle at Ralphs.
    Visited August 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written August 11, 2023
  • allenl1408
    11 contributions
    Poor Experience
    We never ended up visiting because I had such a poor experience trying to secure a reservation. I had lined up a handful of wineries to visit with my wife and had asked each one if we could split a tasting (from a consumption standpoint not a financial standpoint). The woman that was setting up my reservation completely ignored my request and wasted my time. When we got to the end of our conversation, she gave me a total and when I asked if that was a total for a split tasting, she responded with 'we don't do that'. I thought it was interesting because she had all of my contact information in her system from an affiliated winery that clearly allowed split tastings. At all of the tastings we attended we tipped for two tastings and typically bought wine. Unfortunately, Beringer (and treasury wines) has lost my business. Well played.
    Visited August 2022
    Written August 21, 2022
  • Corey C
    26 contributions
    Best host, best cheese place, amazing wine and stunning location
    We LOVED our host, Maurice, during our patio wine tasting. He was incredibly funny, personable and answered all our questions. We can't wait to go back to tour the absolutely stunning grounds. Highly recommend getting the cheese board as well as for the price, you get a LOT of amazing cheeses and snacks (plus we got to keep the cheese board). None of the other local vineyard had as good a value as here.
    Visited March 2022
    Written March 22, 2022
  • lquadros
    San Ramon, California173 contributions
    Beautiful Winery
    We arrived at the winery per our appointment at 10.00am and we promptly checked in at the parking lot. Note that due to COVID restrictions you need an appointment to enter the property now. We were directed to go to the Rhine house, the breathtakingly beautiful mansion and were greeted by a person who seated us outside. The sommelier was very courteous and explained each pour. He gave us good background of the wines and answered all our questions. After we were done, he suggested us to walk around and have a look at the property and suggested some good locations. We loved the grounds and the pics we took. We highly recommend a visit.
    Visited February 2021
    Written March 2, 2021
  • Pauline C
    1 contribution
    Not worth your time, money or taste! Classless and non-educational
    As a wine tour that costs $30 for 1/2 glass of wine and $10 for my 20 year old to wander the ground. A huge waste of time and money. The self- tour begin within a small dark building with wine barrels. Next on the tour was a small outdoor area with a few vines (not in season with grapes, What happened to a real tour that you had someone talk to you about wines and actually taste a few small samplings (not just somehow to take your $70)? I had a regular Chardonnay for $30! I was bored. Nothing to see here folks…move on along.
    Visited March 2022
    Traveled with family
    Written April 3, 2022
  • Johnsoncabi
    Minnesota96 contributions
    Host + winery = excellent
    We were greeted so warmly on entering the winery and it was explained where we should go (reservation for the Rhine House). Our host was very charming (Adam) and seemed to really take the time to explain some things. That particular day it was a little windy so I liked the inside reservation although the patio areas looked nice too. I just really wanted to be inside the historic house and was glad we were. Our pours were nicely done and we did buy some wine. Unforatuenly the gift shop was closed that day so a little disappointed we couldn't buy wine glasses right then and there. The gardens were wonderful to walk around and we did walk into the caves part (checked first it was ok) and found some interesting displays. Would return again!
    Visited October 2021
    Written October 14, 2021
  • M R
    Vacaville, California33 contributions
    Gorgeous winery
    This winery is just beautiful. You can do a guided tour or buy a glass and walk around the area and explore on your own. Tastings are reasonably priced (active duty military is free) and the staff was helpful, knowledgeable and friendly. The atmosphere is relaxed and laid back and the views are gorgeous. I can’t wait to bring visiting friends and family!
    Visited March 2019
    Traveled as a couple
    Written January 19, 2020
  • Reno2hershey
    Charleroi, Pennsylvania22 contributions
    Beautiful grounds and Nice Tasting Personnel
    I came here to see the grounds and sip to the reputation of Beringer. My first time to Napa Valley. Everyone wonderful. I had the most wonderful experience with Chris in the regular tasting area. We talked about European experiences and travel along with the wines I was tasting. Of course I joined wine club. Win win. I will be back
    Visited January 2020
    Written January 17, 2020
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allenl1408
11 contributions
Aug 2022
We never ended up visiting because I had such a poor experience trying to secure a reservation. I had lined up a handful of wineries to visit with my wife and had asked each one if we could split a tasting (from a consumption standpoint not a financial standpoint). The woman that was setting up my reservation completely ignored my request and wasted my time. When we got to the end of our conversation, she gave me a total and when I asked if that was a total for a split tasting, she responded with 'we don't do that'. I thought it was interesting because she had all of my contact information in her system from an affiliated winery that clearly allowed split tastings. At all of the tastings we attended we tipped for two tastings and typically bought wine. Unfortunately, Beringer (and treasury wines) has lost my business. Well played.
Written August 21, 2022
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Corey C
Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada26 contributions
Mar 2022
We LOVED our host, Maurice, during our patio wine tasting. He was incredibly funny, personable and answered all our questions. We can't wait to go back to tour the absolutely stunning grounds.
Highly recommend getting the cheese board as well as for the price, you get a LOT of amazing cheeses and snacks (plus we got to keep the cheese board). None of the other local vineyard had as good a value as here.
Written March 22, 2022
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lquadros
San Ramon, CA173 contributions
Feb 2021
We arrived at the winery per our appointment at 10.00am and we promptly checked in at the parking lot. Note that due to COVID restrictions you need an appointment to enter the property now.
We were directed to go to the Rhine house, the breathtakingly beautiful mansion and were greeted by a person who seated us outside. The sommelier was very courteous and explained each pour. He gave us good background of the wines and answered all our questions. After we were done, he suggested us to walk around and have a look at the property and suggested some good locations.
We loved the grounds and the pics we took. We highly recommend a visit.
Written March 2, 2021
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Pauline C
1 contribution
Mar 2022 • Family
As a wine tour that costs $30 for 1/2 glass of wine and $10 for my 20 year old to wander the ground. A huge waste of time and money. The self- tour begin within a small dark building with wine barrels. Next on the tour was a small outdoor area with a few vines (not in season with grapes, What happened to a real tour that you had someone talk to you about wines and actually taste a few small samplings (not just somehow to take your $70)? I had a regular Chardonnay for $30! I was bored. Nothing to see here folks…move on along.
Written April 3, 2022
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.

Johnsoncabi
Minnesota96 contributions
Oct 2021
We were greeted so warmly on entering the winery and it was explained where we should go (reservation for the Rhine House). Our host was very charming (Adam) and seemed to really take the time to explain some things. That particular day it was a little windy so I liked the inside reservation although the patio areas looked nice too. I just really wanted to be inside the historic house and was glad we were.

Our pours were nicely done and we did buy some wine. Unforatuenly the gift shop was closed that day so a little disappointed we couldn't buy wine glasses right then and there. The gardens were wonderful to walk around and we did walk into the caves part (checked first it was ok) and found some interesting displays. Would return again!
Written October 15, 2021
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.

M R
Vacaville, CA33 contributions
Mar 2019 • Couples
This winery is just beautiful. You can do a guided tour or buy a glass and walk around the area and explore on your own. Tastings are reasonably priced (active duty military is free) and the staff was helpful, knowledgeable and friendly. The atmosphere is relaxed and laid back and the views are gorgeous. I can’t wait to bring visiting friends and family!
Written January 19, 2020
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.

Reno2hershey
Charleroi, PA22 contributions
Jan 2020
I came here to see the grounds and sip to the reputation of Beringer. My first time to Napa Valley. Everyone wonderful. I had the most wonderful experience with Chris in the regular tasting area. We talked about European experiences and travel along with the wines I was tasting. Of course I joined wine club. Win win. I will be back
Written January 17, 2020
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Mark C
United Kingdom6 contributions
Apr 2022 • Couples
Having paid $134 for two self guided tours and two charcuterie boards I found it not to be value for money. The self guided tour was 7 QR code boards which I scanned with my phone on a short walk around the gift shop and wine cellar.

I paid for two charcuterie boards but when I arrived I was given one board which was wrapped in cling film and told I could find somewhere to sit outside and eat it. When I questioned this I was told it was for two people even though the same board in the refrigerator was priced at $32.

All very disappointing and not worth the money.
Written April 6, 2022
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boosgrandma
Toledo, OH15 contributions
Oct 2022
Gisele had no knowledge of any of the wines. She showed a map of the vineyards and walked away. No information of any type was given and she acted bored to even be there. Wines were already poured when we walked in and in this time of Covid, not sure that was a good idea. We like to see the bottle and the label. Not possible with Gisele. For a library tasting in the Rhine House, we expected more. In 15 years of coming to Napa area, this was the worst tasting we have ever experienced. I will state that we've been to Beringer several times in the past and this was not the way we were treated. I know the wineries are short on staff, but she has no business working with the public.
Written November 3, 2022
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Carolyn M
Columbia, SC80 contributions
Aug 2023 • Couples
My husband and I, along with our traveling companions, toured the Beringer Vineyards on August 20, 2023. Our tour guides were Daniela and Taylor. Both young ladies did a fabulous job of telling the story of the Beringer family and their wine making operation. We were able to go into the caves and heard several charming stories from the history of the winery. We also got to taste several varietals, all of which were delicious. Highly recommend!
Written August 30, 2023
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