Brasswood Estate, Napa Valley's Wine & Food Village, is a one-of-a-kind wine and food destination offering multiple wine tasting experiences along with spectacular dining and shopping. Located off of Highway 29 between downtown St. Helena and Calistoga, Brasswood complements its contemporary winery and tasting room with two unique dining experiences: Brasswood Bar + Kitchen and Brasswood Bar + Bakery. In addition, the estate is unique to two different shopping experiences: hand-curated lifestyle goods at the estate shop, creative works in style and media featured at The Gallery, and a sensory room curated by our Estate Sommelier.
Brasswood was conceived by the idea of representing the visual, thoughtful, and tasteful experiences of Napa Valley. A place materialized by the art of wine making and the expression of our passion for this life. Brasswood Estate features multiple tasting rooms and a winery with 17,000 sq. feet of caves. Our winery is now home to custom crush clients, with some of Napa Valley's elite wine makers. Guests may sample Brasswood's award-winning wines in the Tasting Room - open to the public daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.. The Winemaker's Den, a cozy and intimate space, can be reserved for private group tastings by appointment only. The Brasswood Bar + Kitchen serves fresh, local cuisine and creative menus display culinary innovation. Brasswood Bar + Kitchen serves lunch and dinner daily form 12 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Family Friendly Winery
Families can picnic at our estate through Brasswood Bakery or enjoy lunch and dinner at our restaurant, Brasswood Bar + Kitchen
The Brasswood tasting room is located on Hwy 29 with sweeping vineyard and mountain views and is open to the public daily from 11am to 8pm. A blend of both contemporary and rustic country touches, the main tasting bar is welcoming. Our outdoor seated patio is available weather permitting. We also offer private tastings in our Winemaker's Den with fireside tastings in a more intimate setting with advance appointment.Music in Tasting Room: Classic and alternative (80's)