1 California Drive
Yountville, CA 94599 Map It
1+ 888 242 6366
Club Chandon Opt. 1
étoile Restaurant Opt. 2
Visitor Center Opt. 3
Admin Reception Opt. 4
Fax 1+707 944 1123
étoile Restaurant Hours
Lunch: 11:30am-2:30pm Thurs-Mon
Dinner: 6pm-9pm Thurs-Mon
Closed: January - February 9, Christmas Eve & Christmas Day
Visitor Center Hours
Open Daily: 10am - 5pm
Closed: Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Day
One thing that makes Domaine Chandon such an engaging experience is our art. It integrates the superb work of local talents with the beauty of our winery and natural setting. Stroll our property and you'll encounter vivacious watercolors, oils, photography, and sculpture. But if you see something you want, don't delay. The works rotate throughout the year as pieces are sold and new exhibits are introduced. Currently, you can see outstanding works by these artists.
Born in Vietnam, Vi Botarro came to the United States in 1970 to attend college. Moving to the Napa Valley to pursue her love of nature and photography she has been capturing the pulse of our vineyard life. “Using the different techniques in photography to express how I feel of what I see is my passion. I feel very fortunate to be a photographer in this incredibly beautiful part of the country.” Vi's photography can be seen on display at Domaine Chandon.
Join Vi for an artist reception at Domaine Chandon
Sunday, March 10th.
Click here for event details.
Torsos for a Cause
Rhue Julius Bruggeman
Erin Dowling-Michael and Rhue Bruggeman invented the process of reclay painting here in the Napa Valley. The use of traditional layering of color, material and texture to create composition with imagery on a clay canvas is synthesized with heat and imprinted by fire. The affects from the heat and fire are revealed after the canvas cools and the ash is brushed away.
With this new show we Celebrate Four Ceramic Artists
Rhue Julius Bruggeman
William John Callnan
Eight months ago we met to discuss the possibility of showing ceramics in a new way. Seeing these artists and teachers from Napa Valley College and Nimbus Arts in their studios it was soon obvious Chandon had a rare opportunity to bring to you a powerful environment. In multiple expressions CLAY has found a wind range of voices. Over the next six months we will expand this show adding many new works as these artists continue to create.