Even if you’ve been to the California Wine Country before, you’ve not done it like this. March 12th marks the first day of the most elite wine country experience from San Francisco. By special arrangements, small groups of guests will be treated to a full day exploring the Napa Valley jewels of Castello di Amorosa, Sterling Vineyards, and Beringer Winery. Come join us for this incredible new experience.

Medieval Tuscan-styled Castello di Amorosa

Over 30 years in the making, Castello di Amorosa winery builders used more than 200 containers of European materials and furnishings. In addition to the vaulted wine cellars, check out the moat, drawbridge, towers, and courtyards. Thankfully, Castello di Amorosa’s wines are elegant, intensely flavored, well-balanced and ready to drink in this century!

Heart-stopping views at Sterling Vineyards

You’ll enjoy panoramic views on your way to Sterling Vineyard’s perch above Napa Valley. While tasting Sterling’s award-winning wines, roam the outdoor terraces and tasting rooms inspired by the sun-bleached island of Mykonos. While known for its Cabernet Sauvignon, Sterling cultivates ten vastly different terroirs, each producing wines of great distinction.

19th century elegance and verdant gardens at Beringer Winery

Distinguished Beringer Vineyards is the oldest continuously operating winery in Napa Valley. Among the 19th century architecture and verdant gardens, award-winning winemaker Mark Beringer (you can taste his 99-point Cabernet Sauvignon) cultivates diverse and prized vineyards from the highest hills in Napa to the valley floor behind the historic winery.

At midday, the tour takes a break in charming Calistoga, California. Besides its hot springs, elegant spas and yoga studios, you’ll have no trouble finding the perfect lunch spot – perhaps sampling another locally crafted wine with your meal.

Seating for the new Napa Valley Reserve Tour is limited to twelve and tours depart from San Francisco on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays beginning March 12. Hurry up to reserve your seat HERE.

Do you have a group and would prefer a private version of this tour? Email [email protected] or call (415) 357-0700.

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