Castello di Amorosa
Castello di Amorosa

Castello di Amorosa

Open weekdays 10am - 5pm, weekends 9:30am - 6pm
4045 North St. Helena Highway, Calistoga, California, 94515

The Basics

Though opened in 2007, the castle includes many historical touches. The Great Hall houses a 500-year-old fireplace, and all the ironwork, antique bricks, and tiles were handmade in Italy and other parts of Europe. Like a real medieval castle, the building includes a watch tower, torture chamber, secret passageways, and a church.

The Napa Valley Wine Trolley and the Napa Valley Wine Train both stop at Castello di Amorosa. Private and small-group Napa Valley wine tours often stop at the castle for a tasting (wine tasting fees are not always included), as well as other Napa wineries like V. Sattui Winery and Robert Mondavi.

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Private Sonoma and Napa Wine Tour from San Francisco
Private Sonoma and Napa Wine Tour from San Francisco
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We are so glad we picked this for exploring Napa. Dean let us know he was on his way, arrived on time and told us all about the sights we were seeing along our dive and the history the area. He escorted us in to each winery and was ready and waiting when we returned. He made a great suggestion for our lunch. I would highly recommend this.
Margaret_G, Feb 2024

Things to Know Before You Go

  • The castle and winery is a must-see for wine lovers and architecture buffs.

  • Strollers, selfie sticks, and drones are not allowed on the property.

  • Winery tours and tastings often sell out on weekends and holidays, so it’s a good idea to book ahead.

  • Children are welcome at the winery, and the entrance fee for minors includes a cup of grape juice and access to a coloring table in the Knight’s Hall tasting room.

  • Wear comfortable shoes and expect to walk or stand for about an hour during the tour.

  • The winery is fully ADA compliant, with an elevator to all levels on the wine tour.

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How to Get There

The winery is located off Highway CA-29 in the northern area of Napa Valley between Calistoga and St. Helena. Get there by private car, or by booking a guided tour, the Napa Valley Wine Trolley, or the Napa Valley Wine Train.

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When to Get There

Castello di Amorosa is open seven days a week with extended hours on weekends. The winery can become extremely busy on weekends and holidays, particularly in the afternoon, so plan to visit on a weekday or before lunch on a weekend.

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Complimentary Corkage

Castello di Amorosa produces chardonnay, merlot, cabernet sauvignon, sangiovese, and gewürztraminer, among other varietals. If you enjoy one of the wines you taste there and have dinner plans in the valley, be sure to pick up a bottle or two. The winery has partnered with select restaurants in Napa Valley—the region has more Michelin-star restaurants per capita than any wine region on earth—to offer free corkage on Castello di Amorosa wines.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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