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Anderson's Conn Valley Vineyards - Top 5 Reasons to Visit

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If your Napa Valley travels have yet to include a visit to Anderson's Conn Valley Vineyards in St. Helena, then see our top 5 reasons for making this winery part your Napa tour and wine tasting itinerary.

1. Beautiful Vineyard Views. Relax with a glass of wine outside and breathe in the beauty that surrounds you.

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2. Friendly, Fun and Knowledgeable Wine Staff. Josh happens to be our favorite and you can SEE why, but we hear great things about Dawn too!

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Newton Vineyard - Distinct Wine Experiences

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The panoramic views of Napa Valley from Newton Vineyard atop Spring Mountain in St. Helena is absolutely breathtaking. This lush, vineyard estate is well-known for their unfiltered, hands-on, meticulous approach to wine and offers more than just a traditional wine tasting. Their distinct guest experiences include a tour of their stunning English parterre gardens, an intimate look of their winding caves deep below the winery, and then of course, tastings of their award-winning wines.

newtonVineyard.jpgVineyard Tour & Tasting
Newly added this year to the portfolio of tasting experiences at Newton Vineyard is the Vineyard Tour & Tasting. Experience Newton's vineyards up-close-and-personal in the back seat of a 6-wheel drive Pinzgauer. As you tour the vineyards, learn about the history of the estate, sustainable viticulture practices, and then finally taste three one-of-a-kind wines at Pino Solo*.

  • Available Friday-Sunday (10:30am) by advance appointment and reservation;
  • Limited to 12 guests; $85 per person

*See the Pino Solo Wine Tree, as designed by artist Derek Chen in collaboration with Newton Vineyard. The pino solo wine tree is a limited-edition wine rack, both simple yet stunning in design.



Rounding Out the Portfolio

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round_pond.jpegRound Pond Presses More Than Olive Oil From Its Estate

By Robert P. Farmer

Years ago, when I first had the pleasure of visiting the Round Pond Estate, I was struck by its tucked-away beauty in the heart of Napa's cabernet country. What struck me next was the fact that cabernet was not coming out of this tucked away beauty. Instead, Round Pond was well known for olive oil.

Its neighbors are some of the world's best-known cab producers. Without listing them all here, suffice to say you know who they are. And it's not accidental that they are all mashed into this little patch of the greater Napa Valley. Rutherford affords idyllic conditions for growing cabernet sauvignon. Generations of winemakers have subsequently been crafting the benchmark for the varietal here.

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