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There are many things we take pride in when it comes to Festival del Sole. Showcasing the finest the Napa Valley has to offer is certainly one of them. As is bringing world-renowned talent to the festival year after year. However, one program that we’re extremely proud of is the Bouchaine Young Artist series, where we introduce Napa audiences to the stars of tomorrow.Read More
In December, the Napa Valley saw record low temperatures, sinking to as low as 18 degrees at the Napa Valley Airport, crushing the 2009 record low of 25. This left many wondering how these extreme temperatures affect the vines in the Valley. To find out, we talked to Don Munk, Director of Vineyard Operations at Festival del Sole's partner winery HALL Wines.Read More
December 5 marks the 80th anniversary since the end of a dark time we call Prohibition in the U.S. While this was a time that impacted the Napa Valley, during this 13-year stretch many creative wine makers and growers found ways to turn a dollar with their seemingly worthless crops.Read More
Quintessa proprietors and longtime festival patrons Agustin and Valeria Huneeus host this evening’s alfresco dinner at their private residence, tucked behind the winery amid the rolling hills of this remarkable property. Guests will enjoy a gourmet meal paired with handcrafted Quintessa wines, while reveling in the remarkable beauty of this 170-acre property, which includes a lake, a river and five mountains.
This event is sold out. A limited number of tickets may be available for multi-day VIP pass purchases. Please contact the Festival Concierge.Read More
The love of farming and a passion for wine brought Tony Peju to the Napa Valley. A series of ideas – starting in his birthplace on the Caspian Sea, then France, England and eventually, Los Angeles – created the Peju's Napa Valley winery. In 1982, Tony and his wife Herta purchased 30 acres of land in the Napa Valley with the magic ingredient – location.Read More
A trip to Napa Valley in July is a feast for the senses. You can savor the taste of a great Cabernet, revel in the feeling of the warm sun on your face, and even marvel at the sight of some of the world’s most spectacular winery architecture. From cutting edge modern structures to bona fide castles, Napa Valley is full of wineries with architecture as rich and diverse as the wines they produce. Part 1 in a series of 4 articles.Read More
Nestled within some of your favorite wineries is a tradition that’s being excavated from centuries past: wine caves. Nearly 100 Napa wineries have built caves in recent decades, meaning there’s no place better than Napa Valley to go spelunking for fine vintages. Here are a few of the larger and more unusual offerings.Read More