March 11, 2017 5:00pm
Morlet and David Arthur Wines
After enjoying a pour of vintage 2007 Morlet champagne, taste through the current releases from two of Napa Valley's finest wine producers. Due to the price and availability of the wine, this tasting event is $75 per person.
March 25, 2017 6:00pm (New Time!)
Wines by Kirk Venge
Kirk Venge is internationally known as one of the best winemakers in Napa Valley. He was brought up in the world of wine by his father, Nils Venge, who is also a Napa Valley legend. Taste through wines from Kirk's "Venge
" label in addition to his newest project "Croix
April 8, 2017 6:00pm
Niner Wines from Paso Robles
you've driven up to Paso for a wine tasting trip, you've most likely
ventured into Niner Wines. If you haven't, you will next time! Although
Niner is still considered a boutique winery, their wines have
become extremely popular among the traveling wine enthusiast community.
Taste through six of their current releases.
April 22, 2017 6:00pm
Mi Sueno Winery from Napa Valley
Herrera arrived in California at the age of 15 and took a job in Napa,
CA as a dishwasher at Auberge Du Soleil. Soon thereafter he began his
first winery job building a stone wall at the home of Stag’s Leap Wine
Cellar Founder, Warren Winiarski. Inspired by Rolando’s work ethic, Mr.
Winiarski offered him a job working harvest that year. Rolando spent
10 years working at Stag’s Leap including 7 years as the Cellar Master.
His time at Stag’s Leap lead to a position as the assistant winemaker
at Chateau Potelle and ultimately, his first winemaker position at Vine
Cliff. Much of what Rolando learned about the art of winemaking and
indigenous yeasts came from his time at Chateau Potelle. Paul
Hobbs had become a friend and admirer of Rolando’s work and in 2001,
hired Rolando as the Director of Winemaking at Paul Hobbs Consulting.
In 2004, Rolando left Paul Hobbs Consulting to spend 100% of his time on
the Mi Sueño portfolio (Mi Sueño began in 1997 as a side project while
at Chateau Potelle). In 1997, the year of their marriage, Rolando and Lorena Herrera founded their
own winery, “Mi Sueño,” Spanish for “My Dream". Together, the two built
their dream winery with love, passion, and a deep understanding of the
art and the science of growing exceptional grapes, as well as crafting
wines rich in character. Several of their wines have earned the honor of
being served at state dinners at the White House.
For Rolando and Lorena, wine is more than a healthy drink to be
enjoyed with meals. For them, wine is family. It’s sharing. Its friends,
old and new, and it’s the joy of two families and two cultures melded