Guest Experiences

We invite you to join us at the stunning source of Rombauer’s rich wine story. Our St. Helena winery, set high on a tree-covered knoll just off Silverado Trail, features our cozy Tasting Room, a lovely porch with dramatic views of the Mayacamas Mountains, a garden with over 100 varieties of plants and flowers, and whimsical works of art collected by Koerner Rombauer.

All visits require an appointment. To plan your visit, please select and reserve one of the experiences below. Dogs on a leash are welcome on our porch and in our gardens. Guests are welcome to stroll the pathways or to picnic in our scenic garden following their experience. Picnic tables are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Food and other picnic provisions are not available at the winery, but we are happy to provide recommendations from local purveyors.

Rombauer Vineyards is a non-smoking establishment.

Our Tasting Room will be closed Thursday, November 23rd, for Thanksgiving; Thursday, December 14th, for staff training; Friday, December 15th at 3:00 pm, for a staff event; Sunday, December 24th, for Christmas Eve; Monday, December 25th, for Christmas; and Monday, January 1st, for New Year’s Day. 


One of our friendly and knowledgeable hosts will guide you through a flight of our critically acclaimed wines. Enjoy a mix of our best-known and beloved wines, along with limited-production and single-vineyard bottlings.


Wine by the Glass

Relax with a glass of Chardonnay or one of our other critically acclaimed wines while gazing at Napa Valley from our porch or strolling through our gardens. Our wine by the glass experience is perfect for wine club members and returning visitors who are well-versed in Rombauer’s wines.


Cave Tour & Tasting

The Cave Tour & Tasting is an intimate Wine Country experience set in 1,900 linear feet of underground caves. This look behind the scenes provides guests an opportunity to enjoy Rombauer’s critically lauded wines while learning about the family-owned winery and its long history in Napa Valley, as well as the art and craft of growing and making wine.