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Castello di Amorosa, Napa Valley, California


Castello di Amorosa, California is an authentically styled 13th century Tuscan castle winery in the Napa Valley.  Tours, wine tasting, and food and wine pairing experiences are offered daily.


  • Authentically-styled, 13th century medieval Tuscan-style castle
  • 15 years under construction
  • Medieval designs and construction methods were employed to create the Castello
  • 136,000 sq. ft. castle / winery
  • 5 defensive towers with battlements
  • 1,000 pound hand-hewn doors from Italy
  • 107 Rooms (95 devoted to winemaking)
  • 8 levels (4 levels underground and 4 above)
  • Great Hall with a coffered ceiling (22 ft. high), featuring hand-painted frescoes inspired by Ambrogio Lorenzetti’s “Buon Governo” (Good Government) in Siena, Italy and 500 year-old fireplace
  • 12,000 sq. ft. Grand Barrel Room featuring 40 Roman cross-vaulted brick ceilings
  • Italian handmade state-of-the-art triple-jacketed fermentation tanks
  • All ironwork hand-forged by Italian artisans over open flame
  • Over 170 containers of handmade antique bricks and tiles brought over from Europe
  • Additional authentic features include a Church, Drawbridge, Courtyard, Watch Tower, Torture Chamber, Loggia, Deep-Well, Secret Passage Ways, and Outdoor Oven



Contact Castello di Amorosa

Castello di Amorosa Website

Castello di Amorosa Facebook Page

Castello di Amorosa on Instagram 

4045 St Helena Hwy
Calistoga, CA 94515



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