Grgich Hills Winery


The most renowned wine-growing region in the Americas, the Napa Valley is one of the smallest, yet most diverse, wine-growing regions in the world. Only four percent of the wine produced in California is from The Napa Valley Appellation.

There are more than 430 wineries in Napa Valley, 95 percent of which are family owned and operated. While Cabernet and Chardonnay are the most widely planted wine grapes, the Napa Valley holds many surprises for wine lovers looking for varieties off the beaten path.

Approximately 120 winery tasting rooms warmly welcome guests for fun and educational tastings and tours that fascinate and engage at all knowledge levels, from new fan to connoisseur. Large or small, our wineries are dedicated to providing guests with extraordinary wines and memorable tasting experiences.

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 Napa Valley is the exclusive Great Wine Capital for North America. Founded in 1999, the Great Wine Capitals Global Network has created a successful alliance of nine major global cities that are connected to internationally renowned wine regions – they include Bordeaux, France; Bilbao | Rioja, Spain; Cape Town, South Africa; Christchurch | South Island, New Zealand; Florence, Italy; Mainz | Rheinhessen, Germany; Mendoza, Argentina; Porto, Portugal and San Francisco | Napa Valley, USA. GWCGN’s mission is to encourage the economic, academic and cultural development in each of the regions, especially in the area of wine tourism. One of the most visible benefits and a cornerstone of organization’s activities is the development of wine tourism in and across the global regions. For more information, please visit