Cork Bits: ideas for your Napa Valley weekend

by TrevR on March 25, 2011

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Here we are, on the verge of the last weekend in March. Don’t let the continued wet weather prevent you from getting out to any one of the following events taking place in the Napa Valley over the next couple of days.

Saturday, March 26th

  • From 12pm – 4pm St. Clement will host a cellar tasting of some of its library wines at the winery in St. Helena. For $25 per person (free for wine club members) you’ll be able to taste the library wines paired with a special dessert. The winery will also release its 2010 Bale Lane Sauvignon Blanc. Call 707-265-5000 for more information
  • From 1pm – 5pm the recently re-opened Cosentino Winery in Yountville will host a ‘Spring Fling’ event. For $20 per person (free for club members) you’ll be able to enjoy wine flights, seasonal bites and ‘moving’ music. Call 707-921-2896 for all the details

Sunday, March 27th

  • From 1pm – 4pm Honig Winery will host its ‘Sauvignon Blanc Trifecta’ that includes an oyster bar, live music and the newly released 2010 Napa Sauvignon Blanc. For $50 per person ($40 per wine club member) you’ll be able to enjoy the 2010 Napa Sauvignon Blanc with Belon Oyster Bar, 2009 Rutherford Sauvignon Blanc with gourmet cheeses and the 2008 Late Harvest with desserts by ABC Bakery. Space is limited so please call 800-929-2217 x330 to see if you can still grab a spot

Cheers everyone!

[techtags: Napa, Napa Valley, wine, winery, St. Clement, Cosentino Winery, Honig Winery]

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