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Castello di Amorosa is one of Napa Valley's most unique wineries. At over 136,000 square feet, the authentically-built 13th-century Tuscan-style castle and winery offers a variety of tour options including Reserve wine tours, food and wine pairing...more
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We had time for one winery the day we were flying out of wine country, and I’m so glad it was Castello di Amorosa! The castle itself is very cool- we toured it by ourselves and had a great time. They have all kinds of...More
We visited due to the overwhelmingly beautiful photos we found when googling Napa Valley wineries and we were not disappointed!
The castle grounds are stunning and so picturesque. The detail that went into building this masterpiece are evident when you see the stone work, paintings...More
This place has emus, goats and other animals but also has this very GRAND castle structure that takes it over the top. The tastings are expensive but i suppose youre paying for the experience and ambiance more than the wine.
Unmissable visit in Napa Valley: Castello di Amorosa Winery! Castello di Amorosa, the only authentic medieval (13th-century) Italian Tuscan castle and winery built in America, officially lowered its drawbridge for business in April 2007. Castello di Amorosa is nestled in the western hills on 171...More
In what is a faithful replica of an Italian Castle, we have the prefect vehicle to show off some fantastic wines. Though the entrance charge seems a little high at first sight, the sheer enthusiasm for wine on the part of the owner, is quickly...More
WORST TOUR EVER!!!!!!!!!!
me and my partner are huge fans of wine, we've been to lots of winery in many countries, and we ourselves own a trading company that import and export wines and liquors. so we are like half experts in this industry.
I'm not a wine drinker, much less a connoisseur of any type of wine, but I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to this castle in the middle of wine country. My fiancé and I visited on New Year's Eve, and opted to do the tour instead...More
My family and I took the Diamond Estate Tour. It was was fascinating to learn about the castle and how the wine is made. However it was very crowded even during the off season. Our guide, Ty, was entertaining and fun. The tour and tasting...More