Vintner's Collective Napa Valley

A tasting room in the heart of Napa: no driving around and a warm welcome.

Vintner's Collective was the first tasting room of its kind in the city of Napa

When Garret Murphy set out to establish Vintner's Collective Napa Valley, his goal was to offer a space where the public could sample wines from the region's best boutique vintners in one place as opposed to driving around the valley. The tasting room he opened in 2002 was the first of its kind in the city of Napa.

The sandstone building dates back to 1875 and has quite a colorful history. It served as a saloon and brewery with a bordello on the second level, and was a Chinese laundry business, Italian grocery store as well as a chick hatchery. Its past has even inspired the wine club names — The Case Club, The Red Light, The Madame, The Gentlemen's Cabernet Club, The Bordello and The Rendezvous.

The wine club offers wines from 19 vintners, which include Bardessono Vineyards, Ellman Family Vineyards, Las Bonitas Wines and Shadowbox Cellars to mention just a few. Membership requires you remain in the club for a minimum of one year. The tasting room is open daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Private tastings must be booked in advance.

Photos courtesy of Vintner's Collective

Attraction Information


1245 Main St. Napa CA 94559 U.S.


707-255-1980 Attraction’s Website

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21+ Food or Wine Landmark


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