Established in 1898.
With the original winery built in 1898, Freemark Abbey is one of Napa Valley's oldest and most respected wineries. Freemark Abbey is also home to one of the largest wine libraries in the United Sates and has the distinction of being the only US wine producer to enter both a red and white wine in the legendary "Judgement of Paris."
Freemark Abbey sources its grapes from select Napa Valley vineyards we’ve known for decades. Intimately familiar with the nuance, power and abundance of each specific site, our partnership with the local vineyards is at the heart of all our wines.
A trailblazer of Napa Valley winemaking, Freemark Abbey continues to evolve. Out outward transformation is a sign of our inward commitment to crafting classic Napa Valley wines of superior pedigree and quality. Come experience Freemark Abbey for yourself, and raise a glass to our 130th anniversary.
Get an insider's look at Freemark Abbey Winery
A perfect way to get to know the Freemark Abbey portfolio. From Chardonnay to our renowned Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignons, you'll enjoy six current releases in our Historic Tasting Room. $35/person, offered daily 10am-5pm.
Taste the Evolution of Winemaking
Freemark Abbey is home to one of the most extensive wine libraries in the United States with vintages dating to the late 1960s. Sample vertical and rare vintages alongside current single vineyard Cabernet Sauvignons in our Library Room.
Located on our estate, Roadhouse 29 is a family-friendly, casual American restaurant from Chef Douglas Keane featuring smoked and grilled artisan meats. Complimentary corkage means you can enjoy your Freemark Abbey purchases with your meal.
At A Glance
- Red Wines
- Cabernet Sauvignon
- Cabernet Franc
- Red Wine Blends
- Unique Reds
- White and Dessert Wines
- Sauvignon Blanc
- Club Member Lounge
- Library Reserve Tastings
- Sustainably Farmed
- Wine And Food Pairings
- Picnic Grounds
- Wine Cave
- Good For
- Winery Groups Corporate
- Wheelchair Access
One of twelve U.S. wineries chosen to compete in the 1976 “Judgement of Paris” blind tasting.
Josephine Tychson, first female winemaker on record in Napa Valley, built and operated our cellar and cultivated the land.
Freemark Abbey Winery
3022 St. Helena Hwy. North, St. Helena CA 94574
(800) 963-9698 | (800) 963-9698 (toll free)