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Cardinale Winery
7600 St. Helena Highway, Saint Helena, CA 94562
Cardinale Winery is a limited production winery. It produces cabernet sauvignon utilizing grapes from Mt. Veeder,More Spring Mountain, Howell Mountain and Diamond Mountain. It hosts group tastings by appointment. 
Cain Vineyard & Winery
3800 Langtry Rd, Saint Helena, CA 94574
Cain Vineyard & Winery overlooks St. Helena from the Spring Mountain District. It is helmed byMore owners James and Nancy Meadlock, as well as general manager and winemaker Christopher Howell. The vineyard helms the production of three key Cabernet blends: Cain Five, Cain Concept and Cain Cuvee. Its production encompasses the Cain Mountain Vineyard, Cain Cellars Winery and McCormick Ranch. 
Wine Country Villa at Bylund House
2000 Howell Mountain Rd, Saint Helena, CA 94574-9609
The Wine Country Villa at Bylund House is a vacation rental property. It features full living accommodations, includingMore two bedrooms with private bathrooms, living and dinning areas, as well as a pool, hot tub and sauna. Both bedrooms are equipped with hair dryers, luxury linens, spa robes, towel warmers and slippers.
Lail Vineyards
1127 Pope St, Saint Helena, CA 94574-1280
Lail Vineyards produces several varieties of Sauvignon Blanc. Lali Vineyards produces its wines in St. Helena butMore the tastings are in the Howell Mountain or Masonry estates in Yountville. Please call for an appointment. 
Bremer Family Winery
975 Deer Park Rd, Saint Helena, CA 94574
Bremer Family Winery is a family-owned producer. The winery is based on Howell Mountain. It produces Zinfandel, CabernetMore Sauvignon and Port and Chardonnay, among others. The winery's winemaker is Bob Bolan. 
DR Stephens Estate
1860 Howell Mountain Rd, Saint Helena, CA 94574-9621
DR Stephens Estate creates fine wines such as Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvingnon. The estate is not open to the publicMore but wines are available for purchase. DR Stephens Estate is owned by Don and Trish Stephens.
Robert Craig Winery Tasting Room
625 Imperial Way, Napa, CA 94559

Robert Craig Tasting Room is a posh stop for red wine lovers. The winery is acclaimed for its elevated cabernetMore sauvignon. The 2007 Affinity, a Bordeaux-style cabernet sauvignon is infused with tones of black cherry, red currants and espresso. It is known for its mature soft palette for such a young wine.

The grapes are grown in mountainous regions surrounding Napa Valley. One of those regions is Howell Mountain, where Robert Craig Winery is located and where its grapes are crushed. The Craig family has farmed grapes for 30 years. The winery was established in 1992. Tastings are held from 10am - 4pm Monday - Saturday.

Pine Ridge Vineyards
5901 Silverado Trl, Napa, CA 94558-9417
Pine Ridge Vineyards is a winery founded by Gary Andrus, offering tastings and tours to visitors in the Napa ValleyMore region. The vineyards at Pine Ridge cover a broad area, with four in the Stags Leap district, three in Rutherford, three in Carneros, and one in Howell Mountain and Oakville. In addition to tastings and tours, Pine Ridge Vineyards hosts a range of wine country events for wine club members and consumers, including Lobster Fest, Winemaker Dinners, Harvest Celebration dinners and Club Pick-up Parties. A calendar of upcoming events is available on its website.
Pine Ridge Vineyards
1075 Shadybrook Ln, Napa, CA 94558
Pine Ridge Vineyards makes handcrafted wines from estate vineyards. Pine Ridge's 220 acres represent the full spectrumMore characteristic of Napa Valley. With vineyards in Howell Mountain, Rutherford, Oakville, Pine Ridge, Stag's Leap and Carneros appellations, Pine Ridge produces Bordeaux-style red wines and Chardonnay varietals of distinction. The grounds of the feature a demo vineyard, displaying a weather station with the different varietals offered, showing root growth and clone name. The Pine Ridge winery has over a half mile of caves, which are available for tours. The vineyard mainly produces Cabernet grape varietals. The Stag's Leap Cabernet Sauvignon received 91 points from the Wine Spectator.