As we drove through Far Niente’s ginkgo-lined Acacia Drive this week, we passed a pair of foxes running through the Martin Stelling Vineyard. Across the street, the Nickel & Nickel horses are soaking up the Napa Valley sunshine.
This month, we’re inviting you to celebrate the beauty of March in wine country. From experiencing our Napa Valley wineries in bloom to catching Post & Beam Winemaker Michael Accurso’s podcast debut, here’s how.
Stop and Smell the Far Niente Tulips.
Our Far Niente hospitality team is thrilled to once again welcome guests for outdoor wine tastings in our Oakville wineries in Napa Valley. “It is so nice to return to paradise at the Far Niente Estate,” says longtime wine educator and Far Niente aficionado Reed Gomes. “This is one of my favorite times of year, with foxes spotted in our vineyards and mustard in bloom. The Canadian Geese have just returned to our pond, and in our tasting room, we’ve just released our annual allocation of Cave Collection Cabernets. These are rare, older Cabernet vintages, cellared and released in small amounts each year. In the Cave Collection wine experience we're highlighting the 2017 and 2014 vintages.”
Oh, and the Nickel & Nickel gardens are magnificent, too.
"I love that Nickel & Nickel winery looks out onto our John C. Sullenger Vineyard, and I love those moments when our guests get to taste the Sullenger Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon while they look out at the vines it came from," says Nickel & Nickel Hospitality member Savannah Juarros. This has always been one of my favorite Cabernet vineyards, and it’s lovingly watched over by our horses, Pearl and Grace.”
Plan a Spring visit to both of our wineries. Reed and Savannah would love to pour a glass of wine for you.
Meet the Team Serving Great Flavor, No Matter Where You Are
A wine trivia buff who pairs salted caramel s’mores with single-vineyard Cabernets, Todd Elliott is one of several of hospitality pros streaming custom experiences into living rooms across the country. Virtual wine tastings aren’t just about experiencing amazing wines. Ready to meet the people who make our Napa Valley wineries so great? Learn More.
Revamp Your At Home Happy Hour
By the end of 2020, we were all ready for a new way to sip. With Hosted at Home, we’re able to stream our virtual “happiest hours” into homes across the country. With Hosted at Home, we've gone into the vineyards with our winemakers, gotten the inside scoop from celebrity wine personalities, tested our collective oeno-expertise with wine trivia nights and scored cooking lessons (+ incredible recipes) from Michelin-starred chefs, all while sipping our best Russian River and Napa Valley wines. This isn’t your average monthly subscription program. Take a look at the 2021 Calendar and join the fun!
Drink Wines that Make Headlines
We just released the 2018 Nickel & Nickel Cabernet Sauvignons. Here’s what the critics are saying about these 100% varietal, single-vineyard wines. Get our Top Scoring Cabernet Reviews.
Plus, the Between the Vines Podcast with Post & Beam Winemaker Michael Accurso you won’t want to miss. Listen Now
Introducing our Far Niente Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley! Deeply reflective of Far Niente’s nearly four decades of crafting majestic Napa Cabernet, our Far Niente Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley marries fruit from our estate vineyard in Oakville with hand-selected Cabernet lots from Calistoga, Oak Knoll, St. Helena, Stags Leap, Diamond Mountain, and Yountville.LEARN MORE
On the eve of our 2020 harvest, EnRoute Winemaker Michael Accurso penned this letter to all of our teams here at EnRoute and at the Far Niente Family of Wineries & Vineyards. We wanted to share his compelling, uplifting words with all of our winery family and friends.LEARN MORE
As we drove through Far Niente’s Acacia Drive this week, we passed a pair of foxes running through the Martin Stelling Vineyard. Across the street, the Nickel & Nickel horses are soaking up the Napa Valley sunshine.
This month, we’re inviting you to celebrate the beauty of March in the Napa Valley. From experiencing our wineries in bloom to catching Post & Beam Winemaker Michael Accurso’s podcast debut, here’s how.LEARN MORE