Peju Winery Sets Lofty Goal

Rutherford tasting space’s art, setting, wine, and hospitality make for a memorable occasion.

“To be the highlight of every guest’s visit to the Napa Valley” is the goal of Peju Province Winery, whose founders, Tony and Herta Peju, began selling wine out of their Rutherford residence’s garage shortly after departing Los Angeles in 1982. With a serene 30-acre setting and unfailing hospitality, that mission is accomplished daily at Peju (pronounced pay-ju), known for Cabernet Sauvignon and other Bordeaux-style wines from grapes grown on six estate vineyards.

The welcoming vibe begins the moment visitors pull into the driveway off busy Highway 29 . . . 

Full story continues on Napa Valley Life’s website.

Tony Peju commissioned a drawing of Peju Tower before he and his wife purchased their Rutherford winery.
The grapes for wines poured at the Rutherford Dust Experience are grown in Peju’s estate vineyard in the Napa Valley’s Rutherford appellation.
The five labels in Peju ‘s Stained Glass Collection replicate the stained-glass window in the winery’s tower.

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