Davies Winery

Owned by Schramsberg Vineyards, the Davies Winery Tasting Room sits on the edge of North St. Helena, just off of the congested Highway 29. Visitors will know they are close if they see St. Helena High School, which is just next-door. Designed by Osborn Siegert Architecture, the two-story structure resembles the old stone buildings of St. Helena. Clad in stone quarried from Napa Valley Mountains, the tasting room is intended to look like it’s old resembling a ghost winery from the pre-prohibition era. Blended with concrete, iron, and repurposed barn wood, the elements come together to give a sense of history.




Schramsberg Vineyards

The structure represents the winery’s first ever stand-alone tasting room on the same property as their winery. It is also a nice addition and extension of their first home at Schramsberg in Calistoga. A commercial-grade kitchen is on first floor. Equipped with a dumbwaiter, food and wine can effectively be elevated from the kitchen to the second floor. There are several private tasting rooms, one downstairs, named the Pinot Noir room and one upstairs, named the Cabernet Sauvignon room.

Osborn Siegert Architecture

Osborn Siegert Architecture


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