Looking to take a guided tour of a winery production facility or the vineyards themselves? IntoWine.com has scoured Napa to find the wineries that offer tours. The list below is in no particular order.

Domaine Chandon Yountville - In a valley replete with still winemakers, Domaine Chandon represents a (relatively) unique opportunity to opt away from the cabs and chards and pick up a slim glass of sparkling wine. Read more...

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Domaine Carneros Napa
- If you think you might not make it to a true French chateau before you die, the grand estate at Domaine Carneros is the next best thing. From their sparkling wines to their landscaped gardens, sweeping views, and French parent company, this estate exudes French charm from a quiet corner of the Napa Valley. And they know how to work it. As you park your car, you can only look up and admire the flights of stairs that you have to ascend to reach their main terrace. Read more...

Reynolds Family Winery Napa - One of the coolest tours in Napa has to be a jaunt through the Reynolds family vineyards on one of their two Pinzgauer Swiss Army trucks. Read more...

Del Dotto Estate Winery (cave tour) St. Helena - For anyone who’s visited the famed cathedrals and castles of Europe, the experience at Del Dotto will be familiar – a saturation of the senses.  Located on Hwy 29, this newly erected “cathedral” to wine exudes a no-expense-was-spared aura of artistry. Read more...

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