Let's face it - visiting Napa Valley can be very expensive. These days it's not unusual for wineries to charge $15, $20, or even $30 per person to taste their wines. And tours, once free, often cost $60 or more. But don't worry, there is a way you can visit Napa without breaking the bank. That's right, you CAN do Napa on a Budget as long as you pay attention to who has two-for-one coupons and who has the best taste and tour values.
For the past ten years I've been serving up the most complete list of FREE winetasing coupons in Napa and Sonoma with absolutely no catch and no tricks. Today NapaTouristGuide.com and SonomaTouristGuide.com are still the only places you can go to get every coupon absolutely free and now I've added even more cool stuff to make it even better! Interested?
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Here's all you need for FREE discount wine coupons. Find your favorite wineries below and click the COUPON button and print away. Or if clipping coupons isn't your style then get the Priority Wine Pass, a cool little card that gets you even more free tastings as well as special VIP treatment.
Tip: Use Promo Code "localwally" when ordering the Wine Pass to get the card for only $40, normally $125.
If you're planning on spending more than a day in Napa and Sonoma I'd go with the card to make life easier. At $40 the card pays for itself in the first hour and it's good for an entire year.
Going just for a day? Then print and be happy!
Tip 2: The wineries offering coupons can get really crowded so make sure you make a reservation so you don't waste your time driving there only to find it packed.
For wineries that take reservations I've included the link - there's no cost to reserve and it's highly recommended.
FREE TWO-FOR-ONE COUPONS AND DISCOUNT DEALS BELOW
Acacia Vineyards: A bit off the beaten path but worth seeking out - reservations required but two for one is the deal. Coupon / Map
Andretti Winery: That's right, Mario Andretti. Get a Two fer One tasting and check out the wines and racing history. Coupon / Map
Artesa Vineyards: A cool new winery focued on ultra-premium that a normal guy like you can taste....now that there's a 2 fer 1! Coupon / Map
Baldacci Family Vineyards: In the Stags Leap District on the Silverdo Trail, check out the Cellar Reserve Tasting and get $20 tasting fee waived with a $40 purchase. Coupon / Map
Beaulieu Vineyards: You'll forget about the low end BV Coastal after you try the good stuff. Coupon / Map
Beringer: An iconic winery, beautiful setting with the historic grounds and stone building. Coupon / Map
Black Stallion: Large tasting room, expansive terrace, a great stop at the beginning of the Silverado Trail, especially with a Two-for-One. Coupon / Map
Bouchaine Vineyards: The oldest continually operating winery in Carneros with beautiful Chardonnays and Pinots. 15% off purchases. Coupon / Map
Beaulieu Vineyard: Let me help you pronounce this one - just say "BV". There, that's your French lesson for the day. Now go taste with a cool 2 fer 1. Coupon / Map
Castello di Amorosa: The Napa castle is a "must see" winery. Their coupons come and go but it's always worth checking to see if it's active. Even without a coupon you should do this winery! Coupon / Map
Cakebread: Grrrrr, ok, you have to work for this one but it's worth it. Cakebread is a wonderful stop and great tasting experience. You have to download the app on the coupon link to get the freebie. Tell them Local Wally sent ya! Coupon / Map
Ceja Vineyards: Here's an easy one. Get a Two fer One just for showing your screen to the pourer. Coupon / Map
Chateau Montelena Winery: Remember that movie "Bottle Shock" where the Napa winery kicked the French's butt? This is the winery that made the chardonnay. Free tasting with $100 purchase so not exactly a freebie but what do you expect with wine this good? Coupon / Map
Chimney Rock: On the Siverado Trail is this Cape Dutch-inspired winery. Get a free treat with a tasting. What's the treat? Go find out! Coupon / Map
Conn Creek Winery: Two for One on The Silverado Trail. If you like cabs then you must stop in here - with a coupon, of course. Coupon / Map
Consentino Winery: Impatient? Then make the first winery on Highway 29 your first stop. Located next to Mustards, a great stop for lunch. Coupon / Map
Domaine Chandon: The coupon is back! Fantastic first stop for a glass of bubbly, essential! Coupon / Map
Duckhorn Vineyards: I know, it's sort of a silly name for a winery but it's the last name of the owners so don't you feel stupid? Two fer One! Coupon / Map
Franciscan: $5 off any tasting just by showing the coupon on your smartphone. Great winery! Coupon / Map
Freemark Abbey: Taste in a historic winery, all the better with a 2 for 1. Coupon / Map
Girard: Located in Yountville, more like a wine bar than a winery with cool music. Coupon / Map
Goosecross Cellars: A great small winery with a barrel cellar, two-for-one coupon. Coupon / Map
Grgich Hills: I can't believe it, one of my favorite wineries and part of The Judgement of Paris! Try the chardonnay. Coupon / Map
Hagafen Vineyards: Pay attention, free wine alert on the Silverado Trail! . Coupon / Map
Hall Wines: A newly built and beautiful (and large) tasting room is perfect for hanging out with your friends - as long as they bring their own two-for-one. Coupon / Map
Hess Collection: Off the beaten track, a scenic drive up the mountain, great art exhibit, two-for-one. Coupon / Map
Jamieson Ranch (Reata): Two fer One Cheese Plate. Yes, they have wine. And cheese. On Hwy 12 before you get to the valley. Coupon / Map
Markham Vineyards: Yes, a real Two fer One wine tasting! In St. Helena. Coupon / Map
Louis M. Martini: Stop complaining, it's a two-for-one! Coupon / Map
Merryvale Vineyards: What a lovely winery made all the better with a two-fer-one. Coupon / Map
Napa Cellars: Putting a modern spin on classic Napa in the Oakville area. Coupon / Map
Paraduxx Winery: The sister winery of Duckhorn. Pair of Ducks? Get it? Now get the two-fer-one! Coupon / Map
Peju: Incredibly fun tasting, especially when Alan the server starts rapping about wine. I'm serious! Coupon / Map
Robert Mondavi: Don't get too excited, this is only for 10% a wine purchase. But I can think of worse things to do than to open a botttle of Mondavi and sit in front of their fireplace. Coupon / Map
Rutherford Hill: With a great cave tour and picnic grounds, and now a $10 off bottle coupon, what's not to like? Coupon / Map
St. Clement Vineyards: A small, premium winery with a great two for one coupon. Coupon / Map
St. Supery: One of my favorite boutiques that I love even more when tyey give me a free pour with any tasting. More, more, more! Coupon / Map
Sterling: The tram ride to the top of the mountain is the main attraction, made better with $5 off coupon.. Coupon / Map
Sutter Home Winery: They invented the White Zinfandel but don't be a wine snob, especially when the wine if free. Yes, free. You don't even need a coupon, but print one anyway so you remember. Coupon / Map
Tamber Bey Vineyards: 100% estate-grown Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot and Chardonnay in St Helena. Two-fer-One reserve tasting. Coupon / Map
V. Sattuii: Free upgrade to the good stuff. V. Sattuii is a great stop, nice picnic grounds. Coupon / Map
William Hill Estates:The Tasting Room overlooks 140 vineyard acres in the Silverado Bench. Coupon / Map
Wineries of Napa Valley: More of a wine shop than a winery, sample wines from various wineries in one stop. Coupon / Map
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