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Vineyard 29, a micro turbine-powered winery resting atop 13,000 square feet of caves in St. Helena, is opening a new tasting room in Downtown Napa.
For years, Vineyard 29 has been committed to delivering biodynamic, organic wines to its customers, along with an immersive, down-to-earth wine-tasting experience. Literally, the connoisseurs at Vineyard 29 will take you underground, 125 feet deep into Mayacamas Mountains, to tour their wine cellars.
But there won’t be anything “earthy” about their new tasting room. Designed to look like an elegant parlor, the Vineyard 29 tasting room will be a place for wine connoisseurs and tasters alike to drink, chat, and bond amidst the sounds of popped corks. They plan to be open by July at 305 First Street, Napa, CA 94559. But if you can’t wait until then, you can schedule a private tasting or tour at the vineyard today.