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Beringer Vineyards, St. Helena

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Napa Valley's oldest continuously operating winery, Beringer Vineyards was established in 1873. Now on a World Heritage site, the winery burst onto the world scene in 1939, when Hollywood stars Clark Cable and Carole Lombard visited. The first of California's wineries open to the public after Prohibition, the winery continues to draw wine enthusiasts from around the globe. Join the winery's daily "legacy" tour for a look at traditional methods of winemaking. Visitors must be over 21 to take the tour, which includes tastings from barrels as well as bottles. To visit Beringer Vineyards and other attractions in St. Helena, use our St. Helena road trip planning tool.
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  • 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... 
    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...  more »
  • Beringer was one of our favorite winery visits during our time in Napa Valley. The tasting itself included some incredible wines, and the guy (whose name I forget) was exceptionally nice and... 
    Beringer was one of our favorite winery visits during our time in Napa Valley. The tasting itself included some incredible wines, and the guy (whose name I forget) was exceptionally nice and...  more »
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  • Enjoyed our self tour. $30/person and it includes wine! Beautiful area and wine cave history was interesting. Very friendly staff more than willing to answer any questions. Enjoyed our walk around the property. Long history and is on National Historical Registry.
  • booked a tasting here on the porch mostly for the name. Our host was nice and we ordered a cheese board with the tasting. honestly that was the best part. They didn't let you go around at all in the house and we walked around the grounds a little. I didn't really like any of the wine I tasted. It was like $20-$25 wine and priced at like $150. crazy sorry. We had much better experience at other smaller wineries.

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