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Date: As indicated below
Time: 6:30PM Wine Cellar Tour with Welcome Glass of Champagne; 7:00PM Dinner
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Reservations: Reservations required. Call to sign up. 72 hour cancellation. 21 & over only.
++Plus taxes and gratuity
Featured Wine - Husic Vineyards: Thursday 10/25, Sunday 10/28, Thursday 11/1, Friday 11/2, Sunday 11/4
Featured Wine - Husic Vineyards with Winemaker attending: Saturday 11/3
Featured Wine - Alba Vineyard: Thursday 11/8, Friday 11/9, Sunday 11/11
Featured Wine - Far Niente: Thursday 11/15 Friday 11/16, Sunday 11/18
Featured Wine - Chateau de Beaucastel: Saturday 11/24, Sunday 11/25
Featured Wine - Unionville Vineyards: Thursday 11/29, Sunday 12/2
Featured Wine - Unionville Vineyards with Winemaker attending: Friday 11/30
About Husic Vineyards:
In 1995, Julie and Frank Husic purchased 120 acres in, and above, the Stags Leap District of Napa Valley. The Husics are lucky to have three beautiful, rocky, steep, estate vineyards. The vineyards slope is over 40 degrees, from approximately 900 feet, to the Valley Floor. The Husic’s vineyards are planted with Cabernet Sauvignon grapes, and a tiny amount of Petit Verdot for blending. They produce six wines: the estate grown Husic Vineyards Cabernet and Palm Terrace Cabernet, Husic Vineyards Chardonnay, and the Husic Vineyards Pinot Noir, Husic Vineyards Late Harvest Semillon and Palm Terrace Rosé from Pinot Noir. The Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes are purchased from vineyards on the “true” Sonoma Coast, near Occidental.
About Alba Vineyard:
Founded in 1982, Alba Estate Vineyard is nestled in the beautiful New Jersey upland valleys, centered in the Warren Hills viticulture region. The hillside estate is primarily focused on Pinot Noir, Dijon Clone Chardonnay, and Riesling. The site’s diversity of soils and slopes translates directly into the layers of complex flavors in their fruit. Their wines are crafted from the ground up; and are truly a unique expression of the land and the people who care for it.
About Far Niente:
Founded in Oakville, California in 1885 and restored in 1979, Far Niente is consistently recognized as a benchmark producer of Napa Valley Chardonnay and Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. A dedication to winemaking in its highest form, paired with a focus on house style, vineyard ownership and social responsibility, has established Far Niente as one of the world’s great wine estates.
About Chateau de Beaucastel:
Beaucastel is primarliy a family story – the story of Famille Perrin. They run the wine estate under common values: absolute respect for land & terroir, biodynamic culture as a philosphy of life, the research of truth, balance & elegance. By continuing the tradition of blending the 13 historical varieties of Chateauneuf du Pape, Chateau de Beaucastel has an unmatched style, every year.
About Unionville Vineyards:
Named one of Food & Wine’s Top 500 Wineries, Unionville Vineyards sources grapes from six vineyards, spread across three New Jersey counties. The range of soil types, macroclimates, and topography allows these winemakers to craft diverse wines.