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Napa Valley wineries with picnic areas

arlenemae | Aug 2, 2011 10:23 PM

I've seen this topic brought up in a bunch of different threads, but I'm wondering if I can get a definitive list of wineries in Napa Valley that allow you to bring a picnic lunch to their grounds.

It's been a couple years since I've been to the area (I tend to go to Sonoma or Santa Cruz Mountains area more often), but we are coming back in August for a few days and would like to picnic for at least a couple of the days (particularly since most of our budget's going to dinners and buying wine). In the past we have had a very good picnic experience at Diamond Oaks in Oakville. Since we're staying in downtown Napa, we'll probably pick up picnic supplies at Fatted Calf (which I love!) and Oxbow Cheese Merchant.

Here are a few places that are on my radar, based on posts that I've seen. Are there any places that I've missed? Btw, I've deliberately not listed v. sattui since we're focusing more on smaller, less well-known (and less crowded) wineries.

Diamond Oaks - Seems like they've been sold so not sure if they're still open
Dutch Henry
Barnett Vineyards
Pride Mountain Vineyards
Reynolds Family Winery

Do these or any other wineries have specific requirements to be able to picnic onsite?

Really appreciate everyone's help!

Fatted Calf
644-C First Street, Napa, CA 94559

The Oxbow Cheese Merchant
610 First Street, Napa, CA 94559

Pride Mountain Vineyards
4026 Spring Mountain Rd, St Helena, CA

Reynolds Family Winery
3266 Silverado Trl, Napa, CA

Dutch Henry Winery
4300 Silverado Trl, Calistoga, CA

Barnett Vineyards
1230 Spring Street Suite B, Saint Helena, CA

Fatted Calf
320 Fell St, San Francisco, CA 94102

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