Downtown Napa and Yountville Winery Deals | Local Wally's Napa on a Budget
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Napa on a Budget: Winery Deals in Downtown Napa, Yountville and South Napa Valley
WHAT'S UP? Downtown Napa and Yountville are mainly tasting rooms versus production wineries. These are good picks for your last stop as many are open later. Keep going north and you'll find some excellent wineries with discount deals.
WHAT'S THE DEAL? Forget the coupons - a lot of them are fakes these days. Forget phone apps and groupon deals. Make it easy and just get the Priority Wine Pass - $39.99 per couple, get half off at wineries all over the valley and Sonoma as well as discounted hotels, activities like the Napa Wine Train, hot air balloon rides, and driving services.
Yes, they used to be in Yountville but they moved this tasting room downtown. Get 50% off their private food and wine pairing, an intimate way to spend deep dive into a unique experience. Reservations required.
Gustavo Wines Oxbow
If you studied up on your Napa history the name Gustavo should mean something to you - the famous winemaker at Chateau Montelena, Grgich Hills, and how has his own tasting room.
Mark Herold Wines
Fun, funky downtown wine tasting room, Mark Herold offers both whites and reds in a cheery, somewhat eclectic setting. Wine and chocolate pairings, energetic staff, great music, a solid stop when downtown.
Fun and lively, JaM Winery features a state of the art music system, great vinyl collection, and plenty of easy to love wines like Butter Chardonnay or Toast Sparkling or a great JaM Cab.
If you're downtown then you need to stop in at Outland Wines. This contemporary tasting room offers up excellent wines at a moderate price with friendly hospitality. Highly Recommended!
20 Rows is a family run winery with award winning Cabernet Sauvignon but whites and other reds well represented. Affordable yet highly drinkable, fun atmosphere.
Wines on First
Three different tasting rooms in one, Happy Hour Glasses of Wine All the time & Two Complimentary tasting tastings with the purchase of bottle. Stop in after a long day of wine tasting and kick back!
Did you know I also write Local Wally's Guide to Sonoma and also collect wine tasting deals there? And did you know the Wine Pass also works in Sonoma? Now you do.
Hire a Driver
No one wants to be the Designated Driver, especially you. Instead hire Barry at Why Spit Napa Valley Tours. Luxury vehicles, he treats my readers nice! Get discounts with your Priority Wine Pass!
Consentino Winery is the first stop when you come into the valley. Makers of The Poet, America's first designated Meritage blend, come relax on their sunny patio while tasting a wide assorment of wines.
Think all cabs are alike? Experience five cabs from five different Napa vineyards in a VIP Wine and Small Bites Pairing. Exceptional wines and hospitality, a beautiful and relaxed setting.
Hill Family Estate
A fun and somewhat funky tasting room with eclectic furnishings (antiques, electric guitars, retail items), Hill Family has both reds and whites and is open until 6PM, making it a nice last stop before dinner.
Is this a wine tasting room or an art gallery? Surprise, it's both, making it a fun wine tasting experience. Choose between walk-in bar tastings or go tableside tasting tasting in the art gallery. How fancy you are!
V Wine Cellars
Guys, don't throw a fuss when your spouse wants to go shopping at V Marketplace. Instead steer her over to V Wine Cellars and taste some of Napa's most exclusive wines, two for one.
Looking for an easy , no hassle way to see Napa or Sonoma? Call Platypus and tell them Local Wally sent you. They'll pick you up at your hotel and take you to the wineries, lunch included, reasonable fee.
Math Word Puzzle
Sally goes to five wineries with her significant other and pays $25 per person to taste. Sam buys a Priority Wine Pass for $39.99 and goes to the same wineries with his sometimes girlfriend and gets half off. At the end of the day Sally paid $250 for her day of tasting and now has to beg for leftovers outside The French Laundry. Sam spent $85 less than Sally and is eating grilled artichokes and a steak at Rutherford Grill where there is no corkage fee. Who is smarter? You decide. And remember, you only need ONE PASS PER COUPLE to get all the deals on this page.