Beringer is the perfect place to host your special event. We have an array of beautiful and functional spaces for groups of all sizes including the historic Rhine House and Hudson House, picnic grounds, redwood grove, bocce ball court, winery caves, and a culinary center. Contact our events department to book an intimate wine tasting, large celebration, or business function and our planners will help you create a memorable event.
For more information about special events for groups, please call (707) 302-7525.
This beautiful 17-room stone mansion, a historic exhibit of exceptional artistry and craftsmanship, is the ideal venue for private events and tastings for groups of ten or less.Read more about the Rhine House
Built in 1852, Hudson House is original to the Beringer property. With high ceilings and French doors, a wood-burning fireplace and a wraparound porch, it's the perfect combination of historical charm and modern day amenities that's perfect for catered events.Read more about Hudson House
Outside the Hudson House is the Grove, an elegant, landscaped outdoor setting surrounded by 100-year-old Redwood trees — an excellent locale for a group picnic.
Adjacent to the Grove is the 150-year-old Walnut tree. Its long, reaching branches and ancient trunk create a magical natural setting.
Rare among Napa Valley wineries, the aging caves of Beringer are dug into the hillside of Spring Mountain. These large tunnels with high ceilings provide an intimate winery setting for events of all kinds.Read more about the wine tunnels
This large room is located on the second floor of the Old Stone Winery. With 100-year-old wooden floors and stone walls, it has a beautiful view of Howell Mountain and is equipped with audio and video equipment.
Enjoy a game of bocce ball or croquet in a gated, exclusive area. It is a playful and beautiful backdrop for your picnic.
Beringer offers several options for groups who'd like to take their winery experience to the next level. Whether it's a seminar on how your senses work together or how wine and food interact, we have several experiences that you won't find at any ordinary winery.
For more information about these special group experiences, please call (707) 302-7592.
This one-hour seminar highlights the basic principles of pairing wine and food. Learn some simple rules about how you can use the salty, sweet, sour, savory, or spicy flavors in dishes to complement your favorite wines, instead of compete with them.
Both cheese and chocolate pair beautifully with wine—and they pair particularly well with Beringer's wines. Choose one of these two distinctive tasting experiences: four artisanal cheeses or four decadent chocolates paired with specially selected Beringer wines. Either combination will delight your palate.