Filming Locations Guide: Where was Wine Country filmed?

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Wine Country is a Netflix comedy film about a troupe of middle-age women, celebrating a wine-soaked 50th birthday getaway.

Amy Poehler is directing this production starring herself. The cast is completed by Saturday Night Live stars Maya Rudolph, Rachel Dratch, Ana Gasteyer, Paula Pell, Emily Spivey, and Tina Fey.

Where was Wine Country filmed

Wine Country was filmed in the rolling hills of Napa Valley, California.

Here are some of the most relevant filming locations of the movie, which takes us to several gorgeous vineyards and cellars from this delightful region:

Calistoga town scenes
The scenes in town where the senior girls go to the restaurant the first night and shopping on the next day were both filmed on Lincoln Avenue in Calistoga.
(You can open all the locations on Google Maps by clicking on the links below in the captions ↴)
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Wine Country movie Winery
The movie introduces you to the iconic Artesa Vineyards and Winery (Napa) with a spectacular aerial shot.

From this terrace you can sip on excellent wines, enjoying the stunning views of the hills of Carneros and San Pablo Bay.
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Vineyards location
The fictional 'Morgan Jorng Winery Solar' was filmed in the beautiful Baldacci Family Vineyards, located in the acclaimed Stags Leap District.
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Wine Country drehort
Later on, the girls are also visiting the tunnels of Quintessa winery and caves near St. Helena, a modern and sophisticated winery also surrounded by breathtaking scenery.
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Wine Country house

The new CBS series Star Trek: Picard was also shooting the Chateau Picard in Californian vineyards.

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