CALISTOGA, Calif., June 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Combining all the best features of Calistoga – Premier wine, culinary offerings and a spectacular harvest setting – it's the Calistoga Wine Experience. Click to Tweet.
On Saturday, September 10 from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm guests will meet owners and winemakers, enjoy Tuscan Appetizers provided by Calistoga Kitchen Chef Rick Warkel and the sounds of Live Gypsy-Jazz music, performed in the gazebo by award-winning "Hot Club of San Francisco." The event takes place in Pioneer Park 1308 Cedar Street Calistoga, CA 94515 (1/2 block from downtown Calistoga).
"This is an ideal event for consumers to discover all the unique characteristics in Calistoga's high quality wines," said Tom Eddy, owner of Tom Eddy Winery and President of the Wine Growers. "We hope this debut experience will become an annual event complementing the very popular Calistoga Harvest Table® Weekend every September."
Participating Calistoga wineries will include: 2880 Wines, Amici Cellars, Barlow Vineyards, Bennett Lane Winery, Bragg Vineyards, Canard Vineyard, Chateau de Vie, Chateau Montelena, Clos Pegase, Fairwinds, Harris Estate Vineyards, Hindsight Wines, Homage Vineyard, Huge Bear, Jack Brooks Vineyard, Jax Vineyards, Jericho Canyon Vineyard, Jones Family Vineyards, Kenefick Ranch Vineyards, Knighton Family Vineyards, La Sirena, Laura Michael Wines, Olabisi, Phifer Pavitt Wine, Samuel Brannan Vineyards, Storybook Mountain Vineyards, Summers Estate Winery, Tamber Bey, Tom Eddy Winery, T-Vine, Vermeil Wines, Voros Cellars, and Ziata Wines.
Enjoy an entire Calistoga weekend experience by participating in Sunday's Calistoga Harvest Table®, which offers a twilight dinner setting across 1,000 feet of tables in the middle of downtown Calistoga. http://visitcalistoga.com/calistoga-harvest-table.php
About Calistoga Wine Growers
Located at the top of the Napa Valley, Calistoga Wine Growers (CWG) mission is to promote and protect the past, present and future of grape growing and winemaking in the Calistoga AVA. The AVA was approved in 2009 and became official in 2010, although it has always been considered a unique wine grape growing location, with viticultural and winery census data dating to 1880 listing Calistoga as a distinct region separate from Napa. Rich volcanic bedrock and sediment provide a geologic uniformity, while the AVA's diverse topography ranges from steep mountains to valley floor making Calistoga entirely unique to other Napa Valley AVAs. The Calistoga AVA is cooled by air currents drawn in from the Russian River; these currents are strong enough to support the sailplanes that were headquartered for years at the Glider port in downtown Calistoga. The hot air rises and mixes with cooling breezes from the Russian River in the late afternoon until after sunset, cooling the valley floor to about 65 degrees. In addition, cooling breezes flow down the slopes of both the Vaca and Mayacamas mountains. On fog-free nights, the cool air moving downslope can bring the temperature down another 12-15 degrees. Experiencing Calistoga's wines, people and businesses makes a visit a great Napa Valley adventure. For more information, please visit www.calistogawinegrowers.com.
Kristen Green/Calistoga Wine Growers
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