Mar 19, 2016-
Mar 19, 2016
05:00PM - 12:00AM
Join the Napa Valley Wine Train for its first Pride Ride on March 19, 2016!
Enjoy wine tastings and a multiple course gourmet meal with some of the Bay Area’s most prominent LGBT wine experts aboard the Wine Train.
Wine Train station
Event Description

 WHAT: The Napa Valley Wine Train is hosting its inaugural Pride Ride on Saturday, March 19, 2016! This special dinner on the Wine Train will feature some of the Bay Area's most prominent LGBT wine experts with a host in each train car to guide guests in their selections. A portion of the proceeds will go to The Richmond/Ermet Aid Foundation.

Start the evening with a sparkling wine reception in the station followed by a culinary adventure on board the vintage train. Each train car will feature a guest wine host who will share their wine expertise and guide passengers in their wine selection during the journey through picturesque wine country. The Pride Ride is a traditional rail seating event that creates the perfect environment for meeting new people and mingling. After the train, join us in the station for a Funky Town after party with VJ, go-go dancers and entertainment by Daft-née.

WHEN: Saturday, March 19, 2016

WHERE: Wine Train Station

                1275 Mckinstry Street, Napa, CA, 94559

COST: $195 per person on the Gourmet Express or $270.00 per person on the Vista Dome Car

RESERVATIONS: Please call (800-427-4124) or visit

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Napa Valley Wine Train      Email:
Phone: 707-253-2111




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