Flora Springs Vineyard

Flora Springs Vineyard

1978 West Zinfandel Lane
St. Helena, California 94574
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Local Phone: (707) 967-6723
E-mail: theestate@florasprings.com

Founded in 1978 around an abandoned "ghost winery," Flora Springs has been a family operation for three generations. Its red wines are sourced from its own organically grown vineyards and crafted in the solar-powered barn and wine caves.

Appointments are required to visit the Estate. Space is very limited, so that we may provide the most personal experience possible please reserve at least 48 hours in advance. 

From May through October, food trucks visit regularly. Picnic baskets also available. Tours and tastings are by reservation, which can be made by phone or online.

Please check winery website for days and hours of operation.

Dog Access:

  • Dogs allowed in picnic area or patio

Dog-friendly amenities:

  • On-leash hiking trails

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Dog exploring the vineyard
Photo Credit: JJ (CC)
The Napa Valley wine region boasts about 120 wineries that welcome dogs on their grounds and/or their tasting rooms. more »
Ghost dog
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