Napa Valley's Brasswood Estate: Wine, Food, Art & Lifestyle
Napa Valley is world-renowned for having some of the finest destinations for wine, food and art. But until now, none of it was in one location. Meet Brasswood Estate.
General Manager Marcus Marquez shares with us the lifestyle destination that is Brasswood. The Estate was created through passion and represents a true destination spot where you can relax and take “the St. Helena lifestyle seriously”.
The 57-acre property in St. Helena, centered around many legendary winemakers, is designed in a fashion where you can start your day there – grab something from the bakery, then stay for the artwork, impeccable grounds, meal at the restaurant and sensory wine education.
Winemaking is led by Stacia Williams, with consulting winemaker and neighbor, Angelina Mondavi on board. Making wine since she was 10 years old, Angelina is a perfect compliment to Stacia’s style. She also makes wine on the property with her two direct to consumer brands, Dark Matter and Aloft.
Brasswood also has impressive portfolio clients, as they are one of the most state of the art wineries in Napa Valley right now, including 17,000 square feet of caves and a living roof that helps control the energy to create an environment for high quality wines. Others making wine at the facility include Phillipe Melka, Russell Bevan and Timothy Milos.
From start to finish, nothing has been overlooked at Brasswood. The attention to detail is off the charts, and from a lifestyle destination location, there’s nothing like it in Napa Valley. Fine wine, exceptional dining, amazing artwork and gorgeous grounds that you have to experience! Learn more:
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Discover the Wine Caves At Brasswood Estate Napa Valley
Brasswood Estate features a state-of-the-art winery with 17,000 sq. feet of caves, where they make boutique wines and collaborate with premium winemaker clients. We hope our video inspires you to stay with us at Napa Winery Inn and explore the wine caves at Brasswood Estate.
Exploring Brasswood Estate Napa Valley
Join us as we take you on a brief tour of Brasswood Estate located a mere 2 minutes away from Wine Country Inn. Brasswood contains a word-class restaurant, bar, bakery, kitchen, state-of-the-art winery with 17,000 sq. feet of caves, multiple tasting rooms, and even a mercantile where visitors can purchase their favorite wine or spirit. Stay at Wine Country Inn and experience world-class food and wine at Brasswood Estate!
Tour + Food & Wine Pairing, Brasswood, Napa Valley
Brasswood is a relatively new wine producer with a rather innovative approach and business model. They produce wine for various small labels to the exact specifications of the wine makers, handling the entire process from grape to bottle. However, Brasswood also produces their own incredible small batch estate wines. They offer visitors a variety of experiences, from cave tours to tastings. I had the pleasure of experiencing a private cave tour and wine pairing with food prepared by the renowned Brasswood Bar & Bakery. Both the wines and the people are incredible.
Wines tasted include 2016 Brasswood Sauvignon Blanc (Rutherford), 2015 Brasswood Chardonnay (Los Carneros), 2014 Brasswood Cabernet Franc (Coombsville), and 2013 Brasswood Gray Label Cabernet Sauvignon (Napa Valley),
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Wine cave that hosted Pete Buttigieg fundraiser featured chandelier
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