Map & Directions
TEMPORARY TASTING ROOM CLOSURE
Our priority continues to be the safety and wellbeing of our employees and our customers. While our team has taken numerous precautions to minimize risk, we believe that closing our tasting room to the public is the responsible decision. Our winery will be closed starting on 3/14 while we monitor the situation.
Address: 5766 Silverado Trail, Napa CA 94558
Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars is located in the heart of Napa Valley's Stags Leap District, just a few miles north of the city of Napa, on the Silverado Trail. There are two north/south highways that traverse the Napa Valley. Silverado Trail is the easternmost, and Highway 29 is the westernmost. The directions that follow will address both.
Directions From Silverado Trail
Heading north on Silverado Trail, proceed 2 1/2 miles past Oak Knoll Avenue (on the west side of the Trail approximately 5 miles north of Trancas Street) to the main entrance, which is an immediate right just before the hill.
Heading south on Silverado Trail, proceed 2 miles past Yountville Crossroad (on the west side of the Trail approximately 2.8 miles south of Oakville Crossroad) to the main entrance, which is an immediate left just after the bottom of the hill.
Directions From Highway 29
Heading north on Highway 29, turn right on Oak Knoll Avenue (a lighted intersection approximately 1 mile north of Salvador Avenue). Oak Knoll Avenue jogs north at Big Ranch Road, then continues east to its junction with Silverado Trail. Turn left, heading north, and continue 2 1/2 miles to the main entrance. Our entrance is an immediate right just before the hill.
Heading south on Highway 29, turn left on Madison Avenue in Yountville (a lighted intersection approximately 3/4 mile south of Yount Mill Road). At the second stop sign (Yount Street) turn left, then right at the next intersection (Yountville Crossroad). Continue east to its junction with Silverado Trail. Turn right, heading south, and continue 2 miles to the main entrance. Our entrance is an immediate left at the bottom of the hill.
When you arrive at the winery, you will see two entrances. The main gate at the southernmost entry is for visitors. The northernmost entry is reserved for service vehicles. Enter through the main gate and proceed to the guest parking lot. Guest drop-off is permitted at the roundabout. The Visitors Center is wheel chair accessible and handicap parking is available. If special disabled accommodations are needed, please contact us in advance. Call 707-261-6410 for more information.