401 St. Helena Highway South St. Helena, CA 94574
A state of the art winemaking facility & hospitality center, with an awe inspiring art collection & sculpture garden, barrel tasting, award winning wines paired with farm to table cuisine, and customized, creative experiences. Read More
|Monday||10:00AM - 5:30PM|
|Tuesday||10:00AM - 5:30PM||Closed Now|
|Wednesday||10:00AM - 5:30PM|
|Friday||10:00AM - 5:30PM|
|Saturday||10:00AM - 5:30PM|
|Sunday||10:00AM - 5:30PM|
HALL - St. Helena Reviews
Reviews provided by fellow guests with verified visit
we love comming to Hall we are members and have recommended it to all of our friends that enjoy really great wines!
not very attentive. once seated wine was on table with no instruction of what we were tasting had to fine a server to ask to explain what wine we were tasting. Hopefully things will improve after covid!!!
We had an amazing experience at Hall. I proposed to my fiancé at the beginning of our tasting in front of the beautiful vineyards. The hospitality was fantastic and our host made the experience unforgettable!
Wow, what a great experience. The grounds are beautiful, the ambiance is fun, and the wine is phenomenal. Taylor, our wine guide, was absolutely fantastic. Thank you Taylor, and thank you Hall!
Always lovely to visit Hall!
Fantastic place to visit. Hospitality is unsurpassed!
My husband and I invited our friend to this wonderful winery with their exceptional wines and their extraordinary staff. Our wine server was Luca, and he was incredibly knowledgeable and attentive.
Bad overall experience. Will not return. Host handling 3 groups at one time. Most other places I have visited the host handles one group, two at the most.
The setting was gorgeous, the wine was amazing (as always!), and Deanna brought a warm hospitality vibe that our whole group enjoyed. The Hall experience is one that other vineyards should strive for!
Our “server” poured 4 glasses, described them, and disappeared. Never saw him again. Then, we watched a man clean the floor of a nearby kitchen. Then, an ice machine spewed water which flowed under our feet. We left. Nobody noticed.