Some of Our Winery Partners
Foley Johnson Winery
Foley Johnson Winery is located in the prestigious Rutherford AVA of Napa Valley. The winery is conveniently located on the east side of Highway 29 in Rutherford. The hospitality center is housed in an old converted redwood barn built in the 1920s. The winery is a gravity-flow facility located behind the hospitality center. Below the winemaking area is an underground barrel room, wine library and a modern gravity-flow cellar.
Sullivan Vineyards & Winery
Today, Sullivan Vineyards & Winery remains one of the few family owned estates in Napa Valley.
Inheriting their parents’ vision, Sean, Ross, and Kelleen have combined the beauty of their unique family estate with the integrity of world-class winegrowing and professional management. The combination speaks to today’s Sullivan renaissance.
The Santa Ynez Valley winery tasting room, in Los Olivos, offers one of the Central Coast’s most comfortable and comprehensive visitor experiences, including daily winery tours and extensive picnic facilities. The tasting room features an island bar and picture windows that overlook our estate vineyards. We strive to offer an informative and welcoming atmosphere that will appeal to wine enthusiasts and novices alike.
CADE Estate Winery
CADE Estate Winery sits high above the fog line on the dramatic slopes of Howell Mountain, just northeast of the town of St. Helena. The building’s striking architecture, a dialogue between gentle contours and strong rectilinear forms, suggests the complexity of our wines– powerful yet nuanced expressions of our mountain terroir. The winery blends right in with the impressive contrasts of our estate, a spot where cultivated vineyard rows meet tall evergreens and native Manzanita trees, all set against a backdrop of staggering Napa Valley vistas for a visitor experience not soon forgotten.
Phifer Pavitt Wines
Based in Calistoga, Phifer Pavitt Wines is the realization of a dream of Suzanne Phifer Pavitt and Shane Pavitt, who over the course of several years of ‘date nights,’ hatched the idea of their own Napa Valley winery. The winery is housed in a historic “Napa Valley vernacular” barn, with a board-and-batten facade and a metal roof, nestled into a scenic spot looking out over views of Napa Valley. The barn-winery was re-purposed with touches including recycled-blue-jeans as insulation and rusty hay baling wire from the property fashioned into chandeliers and light fixtures. The upstairs of the barn-winery includes re-purposed Wyoming snow fencing planks, a black walnut tasting counter suspended from the ceiling and hay bale seating.