HALL | Rutherford
56 Auberge Rd.
Rutherford, CA 94573
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Tours by Appointment
Cave and Winery Tour: $60 per guest (complimentary for Collection Members)
HALL Rutherford is Craig and Kathryn Hall’s stunning winery amid the legendary Sacrashe vineyard. State-of-the-art vision, timeless artisanship and gracious hospitality are showcased in every luxurious detail.
Completed in March of 2005, this high-tech facility has been carefully designed for the production of small-lot red wine. Custom made three-to-six-ton fermenters afford our winemakers great flexibility and precision handling of vineyard blocks and the ability to micro-manage every aspect of the winemaking process.
Unlike the Halls’ St. Helena property, which is able to handle more significant quantities of grapes during harvest, this compact gravity-flow winery is dedicated solely to the production of rare and single vineyard red wines.
The winery’s 14,000 square feet of caves were designed and built by hand by Friedrich Gruber of Gutenstein Austria. The caves are finished with handmade Austrian brick recovered from sites in and around Vienna and showcases select works from the Halls’ art collection. Deep inside the caves resides a dazzling reception area for private tastings and entertaining. The room’s spectacular chandelier, designed by Donald Lipski and Jonquil LeMaster, is dressed in hundreds of Swarovski crystals.
Tours of the winery offer guests a truly world-class winery experience to include a tasting of HALL’s most regaled wines along with an intimate tour through the property and caves. Advance arrangements are required and can be made by calling 707-967-2626 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request your visit. Please, no pets or guests under 21 years of age on public tours. Pricing for our Rutherford Tours and Tastings is $60 per guest (complimentary for Collection Members). Private wine experiences are also available from $75. Please call (707) 286-7182 for more information about private experiences.