Tuesday, January 7, 2014

January 7, 2014 – Historic stone winery buildings

I just added another day-trip itinerary to the winery day trips that focuses on visiting historic old stone wineries of Napa Valley.  In it I list four of Napa Valley’s most accessible historic stone winery buildings that are still in use as tasting rooms or winery operations.  Some of these buildings are beautiful specimens of stonework at its best and have withstood about 130 years of use (an earthquakes).  You will also find other wineries that incorporate stonework into their architecture.  Check out the wineries on the right navigation list or here.


Ehler's Estate tasting room in St. Helena

Freemark Abbey tasting room in St. Helena

Ladera winery operations on Howell Mountain

Ma(i)sonry tasting room in Yountville

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