Charles Krug Winery

Regional Winner - Art and Culture - San Francisco | Napa Valley

In 1861, Charles Krug, the visionary father of Napa Valley winemaking, established the winery that started it all. The Mondavi family purchased the already iconic property in 1943 and for 75 years and four generations, they have transformed the great estate into a world-class hospitality center, renowned for its exceptional wines, stunning design, storied heritage and cultural events. 

From signature events like the Napa Valley Film Festival, Sunset Cinema, and Tastings on the Lawn to the smaller events it hosts, Charles Krug is emerging as a cultural hub for the Napa Valley. The estate frequently plays host to comedy shows, photography exhibits, musical concerts, and noteworthy speakers, all part of the Mondavi Family’s commitment to sharing its property with the community.

How to Get There

Address:
2800 Main Street
St. Helena, CA 94574
United States
Phone:
7079672229
GPS:
38.518744, -122.480955

Additional Information

Opening Hours:
Morning, Lunch, Afternoon
Opening Days:
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturday mornings, Saturday Afternoons, Sunday mornings, Sunday Afternoons
Months Closed:
Languages Spoken:
English
Guided Tours:
Guided, Free
Wine Tasting Provided:
Yes
Groups Accepted:
Yes
Appointments Necessary:
Individuals Yes, Groups Yes
Wine Information Center:
Yes
Wine / Gift Shop:
Yes
Disabled Facilities:
Yes
Food Facilities:
No
Accommodation:
No
Conference Facilities:
No
Special Events Facilities:
Yes