About Paraduxx

Originally opened to the public in the fall of 2005, the Paraduxx winemaking facility is on the Silverado Trail in the Yountville appellation of Napa Valley. The property includes a purpose built, blend-focused winery, a barrel storage facility, and the luxurious Vineyard House for hospitality events-all of which were designed by Baum Thornley Architects LLP of San Francisco. Overall facility design was influenced by the historic farmstead enclaves found throughout the Napa Valley. The dramatic centerpiece of the Paraduxx Winery is a unique 10-sided fermentation facility. This distinctive decagon structure is an evolutionary reinterpretation of the area’s traditional round barns. Although designed to be aesthetically appealing, this building houses a highly efficient, state-of-the-art winemaking facility.

Upon its completion, Dan Duckhorn, chairman of the board and founder of Duckhorn Wine Company, commented, “The creation of a separate winery for Paraduxx is the realization of a long-standing dream. In addition to having a hospitality center where visitors can taste the wines, the highly efficient layout of the winery will allow us to take the quality of our Paraduxx blends to an even higher level.” From the outside, the Vineyard House is a fresh take on a typical Napa Valley farmhouse, with a sweeping covered veranda overlooking the winery and the surrounding vineyard. Inside, natural light has been combined with exposed beams, contemporary finishes and comfortable furnishings to create an airy and inviting tasting environment. Our tasting experiences feature an array of innovative blends from the Paraduxx portfolio, as well as focused vertical tastings of our Paraduxx Z for club members, all served in Riedel’s artful stemless ‘O’ glassware. Offered by appointment, our relaxing seated wine tastings are complemented by an array of cheeses.

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