Shafer Vineyards is a 32,000 case winery in Napa Valley's Stags Leap District managed by the father and son team of John and Doug Shafer. The Shafers own and farm 200 acres of vineyards, sources for Shafer's signature wine, Hillside Select, One Point Five Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Chardonnay, and Relentless (Syrah).
6154 Silverado Trail
M-F 9-4pm, closed weekends & holidays
(707) 944-2877 x411
- Open by appointment - call/email
- Winery includes wine caves
- Seated tasting available
- Tasting fee
- Winery practices sustainable agriculture/production
- Indoor tasting area
- Family run
Current Wine Varieties Produced
- Cabernet Sauvignon
Tasting Room Size
Tasting Room Atmosphere
Shafer's tasting room is designed for relaxed, convivial groups of about 10 guests. Two large glass walls can be completely opened on warm, pleasant days allowing the sights and scents of our hillside vineyards to become part of the tasting experience.
from Tasting Room:
Shafer's tasting room offers memorable view of our vineyards and Stags Leap District
Guests enjoy each of our five wines including Hillside Select
Adopt-a-School is a cooperative effort by businesses, industry and government to stimulate support of education and public school students.
Shafer Vineyards has proudly adopted the following school:
McPherson Elementary School
Premiere Napa Valley
Once a year the rarest new Napa Valley wines become available under one roof at Premiere Napa Valley. Wineries throughout the Napa Valley are given one task to participate: create a one-of-a-kind wine for this event to be purchased by one lucky bidder. This event is only open to select members of the wine trade and the successful bidder is the sole owner of this unique wine.
Premiere Napa Valley 2013
Varietal: Cabernet Sauvignon
Release Date: September - 2015
Appellation: Stags Leap District
To purchase this wine or check on availability contact:
Total Wine & More
Map Shafer Vineyards
6154 Silverado Trail, Napa
Hours: M-F 9-4pm, closed weekends & holidays
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