If you’re looking for some good wine with stunning views, I have got you covered! Having explored quite a bit of wine country, here’s a list of my favorite Wineries with the Most Beautiful Gardens. The landscaping and natural environments of these wineries is not something you want to miss out on! Also, if you’re interested in the best food & wine tasting experiences in wine country, be sure to check out my blog post here for some recommendations !
Arista Winery has a beautiful Japanese Garden that guests can enjoy. It was designed by the same architect, Harry Sumigawa, who also did the San Francisco Botanical Gardens. Their property really shows off the beauty of California’s wine country and makes for a perfect and tranquil tasting experience. 7015 Westside Rd, Healdsburg, CA 95448. Read more about my visit to this lovely winery here!
Black Stallion Winery
Located on the grounds of a historic equestrian center, Black Stallion Winery offers guests a lovely wine tasting experience on their Garden Terrace. You can even enhance your visit with a cheese and charcuterie pairing. Their beautiful property has stunning views of their acres of vineyards from every angle. You don’t wanna miss it! 4089 Silverado Trail, Napa, CA 94558
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One of the Napa’s hidden treasures, Chappellet Winery sits in the eastern hills of the Napa Valley and is home to lovely Cabernet Sauvignons. In addition, the views from this winery are beautiful along with the gorgeous flowers growing throughout the property. Be sure to stop by for some delicious wine tasting with a view! 1581 Sage Canyon Rd, St Helena, CA 94574
DaVero Farms & Winery
DaVero Winery is a unique tasting experience as they’re committed to the importance of biodynamic farming. As a result, their naturally made Italian wines and olive oils are truly delicious. Also their outdoor tasting room and property is covered with beautiful flowers and greenery. DaVero Winery is also included in my blog post about Delicious Olive Oils from Wineries I Adore. 766 Westside Rd, Healdsburg, CA 95448
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Lynmar Estate Winery
Lynmar Estate is a Sonoma winery that you cannot miss. They make delicious wine and have an absolutely gorgeous setting that you will never want to leave. It’s no secret why this stunning winery has a spot on my Top 10 Sonoma Wineries. This winery is definitely a must-visit for its beautiful garden views! 3909 Frei Rd, Sebastopol, CA 95472
Nickel & Nickel
Nickel & Nickel is an ultra-modern winery specifically suited to produce small-lot, single-vineyard wines. The property has beautifully built barns that surround the vineyards. In addition, the property features lovely flowers and greenery that add to the tranquil wine tasting experience. It’s the perfect place to spend a lovely day in Napa Valley. 8164 St Helena Hwy, Oakville, CA 94562.
Me and Nickel & Nickel Winemaker Joe Harden who’s fabulous! We first met when he was the Winemaker at Robert Mondavi. Learn more about Joe in my Interview with Joe Harden here.
Rombauer Vineyards is a family-owned winery offering wine tastings, property tours plus a beautiful garden picnic area. The gorgeous flowers and views of the vineyards surround the property as you enjoy their delicious wine. Above all, the landscape and scenery truly make this a lovely wine tasting experience. 3522 Silverado Trail N, St Helena, CA 94574. Check out my interview with winemaker Luke Clayton from Rombauer Vineyards here.
Photos courtesy of Rombauer Vineyards
Three Sticks Winery
Founded in 2002, Three Sticks Wines is a boutique, family-owned winery based in Sonoma that is renowned for its pinot noir and chardonnay. Their property has beautiful flowers and greenery that help add to the unique and charming vibe. Their Adobe tasting room is full of rich history and the property incorporates many stunning designs. I definitely recommend a visit to this stunning winery. 143 W Spain St Sonoma, CA 95476. Read more about my visit to Sonoma’s Incredible Three Sticks Wines here.
Photos courtesy of Three Sticks Winery
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