Artesa Winery Front Entrance

A Centuries-Old Winemaking Legacy Plants Roots in Napa

In 1991, Spain’s oldest winemaking family, Raventós Codorníu, ventured to a new world: a sea-facing hillside in the Napa Valley, with rocky soils and a favorable coastal climate. It was here in Los Carneros, that we planted new roots, building upon a 500-year winemaking legacy to create the next generation of Estate Grown, artisan wines.
We named it Artesa.
Parrillada Pack: Artesa Tempranillo, Rosado and Pinot Noir on a table setting with grilled shirmp, bread, wine glasses and table settings

Our Doors Are Open

Artesa is open for visitors once again and we cannot wait to host you! Reservations are by appointment only, so be sure to book ahead of time.

Our Doors Are Open

Artesa is open for visitors once again and we cannot wait to host you! Reservations are by appointment only, so be sure to book ahead of time.

Parrillada Pack: Artesa Tempranillo, Rosado and Pinot Noir on a table setting with grilled shirmp, bread, wine glasses and table settings
Two bottles Block 92 Chardonnay resting on a table with the vineyards in the background

2017 Block 92 Estate Vineyard Chardonnay

Featured in an article published online by the Wine Spectator is a glowing review of our 2017 Block 92 Estate Vineyard Chardonnay, which was also awarded a 93-point score, and described as “refined with vibrant acidity and white fruit and melon flavors.”

Ana Diogo-Draper, Artesa’s winemaker since 2015, uses a mix of stainless-steel tanks and barrel-fermentation techniques to promote freshness in our wines. “Every year I tone back a little more in the cellar – less intrusive, less new oak and more terroir.”