Robert Mondavi Winery

A sprawling California Mission-style structure with graceful arches and an expansive courtyard, Robert Mondavi Winery offers one of the most comprehensive tour programs in the industry. A wonderful selection of programs is also available for those who are ready for a more advanced experience in the art of winemaking. Two tasting rooms feature the winery's limited production, special release and reserve wines by the glass, and give visitors the opportunity to discuss wines with very knowledgeable educators. You can also experience fine art, artifacts and many sculptures throughout the winery grounds.



As an artist herself, Margrit Biever Mondavi has a history of supporting the arts and her personal love of painting led her to establish the rotating art collection in the Vineyard Room. Along with the rotating collection, the winery has a permanent collection of paintings. The first painting Margrit acquired for the winery was painted by local artist Guli Buchanan in 1967. It currently hangs over the fireplace in the winery’s Le Marche gift shop.



The openness of Robert Mondavi Winery’s main courtyard provides an ideal space for the presentation of sculpture. While the majority of the winery’s sculpture collection is focused on San Francisco sculptor, Beniamino Bufano; the winery also has other important works including “Welcoming Muse” by Henry Waddell. She greets all arriving visitors.


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