You can’t miss the faux-Tuscan towers of Castello di Amorosa, a 121,000-square-foot (11,200-square-meter) stone castle that resembles a medieval European castle. In the eight-level structure, you can tour wine dungeons, peak inside caves, visit a torture chamber, and occasionally catch jousting matches.
But the real reason you’re here, apart from the site of the impressive structure, is to taste the wines. Castello di Amorosa produces a variety of wines, including Chardonnay, Merlot, Cabernet, Sangiovese, Gewurztraminer, and special reserve wines. The winery offers a variety of tastings, including those that pair wine with food and wine with chocolate. You can also enrich your knowledge of wine by taking one of the classes offered.