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Domaine Chandon

COVID-19 Update: Our service has been adjusted to ensure we meet the requirements of the California and Napa County Phase 2 re-opening guidelines. Groups limited to a maximum of 6 guests (including children over 12. Children under 12 are not permitted until further notice).

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Current Flights ($25 and Up): Order from our menu of light fare and enjoy your tasting at the bar or seated in one of the many locations we offer throughout our stunning property. (60 minutes)

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COVID-19 Update: Our service has been adjusted to ensure we meet the requirements of the California and Napa County Phase 2 re-opening guidelines. Groups limited to a maximum of 6 guests (including children over 12. Children under 12 are not permitted until further notice).

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One of the most visited and celebrated destinations in Napa Valley, Domaine Chandon provides visitors with a picturesque location to taste and learn about its award-winning portfolio year-round. Famous for our vibrant and sophisticated sparkling wines that enliven any occasion, we have channeled our innovative American spirit in expanding our portfolio to include still wines, including Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Cabernet Sauvignon.

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1 review for Domaine Chandon

  1. Heather U.

    Meeeeehh. Averaged out, Chandon is a big fat meh. The good: super reliable California sparklers, the grounds of the property are gorgeous. The bad: the service. So. Bad. I’ve been once before a few years back and service was definitely lacking then. But on my recent trip there, yikes. The bar where you grab your glasses or flights is separated in two – one side for members and one side for non-members. The member side looked fine, whatever. But being non-members, we were stuck on the other side where apparently no bartenders like to venture. We waited. And waited. A bartender would float over and ignore us. We tried to flag him down. I pulled out my credit card, the universal sign of “just give me my wine and let me pay so I can go away”. Nothing. We tried so hard for 15-20 minutes and eventually gave up and left :shrug:. We weren’t sure what else to do, but we couldn’t even get the bartender to make eye contact. Meanwhile, a big ol pile of people is starting to queue up unable to catch the attention of the bartenders who seem to be completely ignoring the non-member side on a warm, busy Saturday. It looks lovely if you’re a member – your own bar, private patio areas, but if you’re not a member, they do a great job of consistently making you feel like an afterthought. Such a turn off.

    You’re better off buying a bottle of Chandon at literally any grocery or liquor store in a 200 mile radius and drinking it in a park. Or better yet, head to Mumm or Domaine Carneros.

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