A historic drive down the California countryside brings you to our birthplace, and we celebrate our humble beginnings in each bottle of wine. Like the old, long barn that gives our wine its name, we strive to preserve the regional character and agricultural charm of our winery and our land. Long Barn wines are made with all that we are – and reflect all that we’ve come from.


Our Napa Valley based, family-owned & operated winery has created a library of award-winning wines that deliver exceptional quality and value. Built on Napa Valley soil, we remain rooted in the soulful traditions of our first-generation Italian winemakers.  Holding that tradition, we believe that wine is served best when it brings people together. We craft wines that tell a story and allow those who enjoy them to tell their own.

We make wine in a simple building. It humbles us to reflect on its age, being built in a time when so much more reigned over these pastures than just humble vines. Our barn has seen multiple generations of families, countless lines of livestock, and harvests a-plenty. It is our rugged homestead, our California pride and joy, and where we rigorously craft our wines of countryside charm.



Reminiscent of the California sunshine, our Chardonnay radiates bright citrus and tropical aromas that immediately leap from the glass. Light to medium bodied, this is a well-balanced, refreshing wine with a creamy mouthfeel that is enlivened with flavors of green apple, sun-drenched orange blossoms, and toasted bread. An excellent accompaniment to vegetable skewers and roasted rosemary chicken.


Beginning with light cherry notes and a hint of tobacco on the nose, this easy-going Pinot Noir is soft on the palate with smooth tannins. Beautifully structured flavors of red licorice and raspberry are integrated with a touch of minerality, offering a baked berry pie finish. A great pairing to lamb burgers, artichoke dip, and glazed ham.  

Pair with lamb burgers, artichoke dip and glazed ham


A soft-bodied and savory wine, this humble Red Wine blend offers jammy aromas with a subtle hint of coffee. Blueberry, plum, and Bing cherry flavors coat the palate with pleasantly dry, balanced tannins resulting in a mellow, silky finish of red currant. Made to pair well with a variety of foods, we recommend anything from grilled vegetables to spaghetti and meatballs to stir-fry pork.

Pair with anything from grilled vegetables to spaghetti and meatballs to stir-fry pork


This Merlot remains true to its California roots with hints of spice on the nose and classic flavors of red plum, strawberry, and a touch of oak. A velvety mouthfeel is joined by notes of plum preserves and soft tannins, leading way to a plush, black currant finish. A friendly crowd-pleaser, it pairs wonderfully with any classic cheese plate and small bites.

Pair with any classic cheese plate and small bites


Zinfandel is a California staple that we simply couldn’t ignore. Fruit-forward and bright, raspberry and blueberry aromas jump from the glass, accented by roasted fig and blackberry jam flavors. Nuances of sweet vanilla oak and molasses are balanced by a hint of black pepper giving way to a silky, round finish. Best with any dishes that have a spicy barbecue kick!

Pair with any dishes that have a spicy barbecue kick


As a pure California-born Cabernet Sauvignon should be, this wine is anything but shy with bold, ripe, fruit-filled aromas. A medium to full bodied wine, it boasts luscious flavors of blackberry, rhubarb, and dried cherry with distinctive oak and cedar notes. You’ll discover great complexity with defined tannins and a lingering finish. We recommend trying it with prime rib and barbecued summer vegetables.

Pair with prime rib and barbecued summer vegetables


Our reserve Cabernet Sauvignon is fruit-forward, with ample oak and earthiness to provide depth and weight on the palate. A lush mouthfeel, with red and black fruit, tobacco and herbal notes, rolls into a long, engaging finish with just the right amount of tannin and acidity.

Pair with lamb, pepper-crusted ahi tuna or a New York strip steak

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