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Frog's Leap Winery, Rutherford

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Winery / Vineyard · Food & Drink
Frog's Leap Winery is a California wine producer that operates from Rutherford. It was founded in 1981 on a spot along Mills Creek known as Frog Farm. Frog's Leap Winery was established by John Williams and Larry Turley.
In addition to their accolades for their wines, Frog's Leap is also noted for its humorous approach to winemaking, down to their "Ribbit" corks. The winery got its name by combining "Frog Farm" (where its first wines were made) with "Stag's Leap" (where John Williams had his first winemaking job).
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  • This is absolute a must. Listen to the way they take care of their vines. Really interesting, different than other high end wineries. Their Zinfandel is a must, specially for entry level wine lovers.....  more »
  • Lovely wines, lovely people, but what I found best of all was how cozy and gorgeous this vineyard and tasting area was. I can only describe the feeling like coming home to a friendly neighbours house to catch up after a long trip away. It’s so cozy.
  • Probably not the best wines of Napa, but these wines offer great value for money in a beautiful setting. Servers are genuine and willing to help- and have something interesting to say. Worth a visit, this was one of our favourites from a visit of 5 across two days.

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