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|DATE / TIME||EVENTS / INDUSTRY||LOCATION|
|Apr 29, 2016-|
May 01, 2016
06:30PM - 01:00PM
|The Stags Leap District’s “Vineyard to Vintner” Weekend 2016|
The ‘Vineyard to Vintner’ weekend offers intimate library wine dinners, winery open houses, private tastings, and brunch with Stags Leap District owners and winemakers.
Stags Leap District
Labeled "Napa’s most elegant address” by Wine Enthusiast Magazine, the Stags Leap District of the Napa Valley includes an exclusive and impressive list of 19 world-class Cabernet producers. There is one opportunity each year for visitors to get intimate access to the private homes and historic wineries of this renowned district. The ‘Vineyard to Vintner’ weekend offers intimate library wine dinners, winery open houses, private tastings, and brunch with Stags Leap District owners and winemakers. It’s the only weekend of its kind where visitors get to experience the real Napa Valley through unprecedented first-hand access to the people and the wines of the Stags Leap District. Limited seating dinners offer an extraordinary food and wine experience, as winery owners and vintners dig deep into their cellars to share their most cherished library wines. Saturday Back-Stage Open Houses give attendees access to all 19 Stags Leap District wineries, their winemakers and owners, as visitors wind their way up and down the Silverado Trail from one prestigious venue to the next, while discovering winery caves, enjoying special barrel tastings, exploring cellars, and enjoying food and wine pairings. The weekend ends with a Sunday Vintner-Hosted Brunch and Appellation Collection Tasting where visitors are privy to the Association’s exclusive Appellation Collection, a compilation of 19 world-class Cabernet Sauvignons released annually in the fall, as well as music and brunch at Silverado Vineyards.
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