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Piña Napa Valley

Winery and tasting room on the Silverado Trail

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Piña Napa Valley tasting room on the Silverado TrailPiña Napa Valley is owned by the four Piña brothers—Larry, Davie, Randy and John.
Their Napa wine-making roots date back to the 1860s, when their great-great-great grandfather settled in the Valley, owned vineyards, and made his own wine. All the generations since have been involved in the wine industry in one way or another.
Piña Napa Valley produces a single varietal: Cabernet Sauvignon, which receives consistent ratings in the 90s.
A tasting here is not a fancy experience, but therein lies the charm. A rusty tractor greets you as you turn off the Silverado Trail and enter the driveway. The tasting “room” is located in the barrel room, which resembles a small warehouse. That’s it.
Piña Napa Valley sign and tractor on the Silverado TrailComing to Piña is not about relaxing in an opulent setting; it’s about discovering hand-crafted, small-lot Cabernet Sauvignon that is lovingly and excellently made.

Fascinating Fact:

The Piña family has run a highly-regarded Napa Valley vineyard management company for two generations.
Amenities: Wine Club
Founded: 1981
Signature Wines: Cabernet Sauvignon
Wine Tasting: By appointment only
Hours: Daily, 10-4
Piña Napa Valley
8060 Silverado Trail
Napa, CA 94558

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Suzie Rodriguez writes about travel, food, and wine from her home in the wine-country town of Sonoma, California. You can follow her travels and musings at The Culinary Gadabout.

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