Guests Can Autograph a Beam that will Become Part of the Winery’s Expanded Cave
WHAT: Inglenook, one of the first wineries in Napa Valley, boasts an illustrious heritage, a renowned legacy of innovation and an outstanding portfolio of award-winning wines. Founded in 1879, Inglenook is celebrating its 140th anniversary this year and will host its popular annual Harvest Party on Saturday, September 21st at the historic chateau. The annual harvest party also marks the release of Inglenook’s 2016 vintage of its flagship proprietary red wine, Rubicon. A highly anticipated release, the 2016 Rubicon possesses the characteristics for which Inglenook wines are known: complexity, balance and elegance.
Inglenook began a major cave expansion earlier this year and guests will have the opportunity to become a part of history as they autograph a beam that will be a major support for the new cave. Always at the forefront of creativity, quality, innovation and industry leadership, Inglenook is undertaking this project to accommodate the addition of 120 stainless steel fermenting tanks, each dedicated to one of Inglenook’s 120 vineyard parcels.
WHERE: Inglenook, 1991 St. Helena Highway, Rutherford, CA 94573
WHEN: Saturday, September 21, 2019 from 7 – 10 p.m.
RESERVATIONS: $300 per person, www.inglenook.com/Events
Founded in 1879 by Gustave Niebaum as Napa’s first estate winery, Inglenook boasts an illustrious heritage, a renowned legacy of innovation and an outstanding portfolio of award-winning wines that have defined and established Napa as a world-class wine region. From Gustave Niebaum to John Daniel, Jr. to Francis Ford Coppola, Inglenook’s three principal stewards have shared a strong sense of vision and an unwavering passion to create a wine estate that hearkens back to the European tradition, producing original, distinctly Napa wines that rival the best in Europe. It remains the largest contiguous estate on the famed Rutherford Bench, Napa Valley’s finest area for producing spectacular Cabernet Sauvignon. The iconic Inglenook chateau was first constructed in 1887, and faithfully restored in 1997. Befitting the grandeur of the Inglenook estate, the chateau welcomes guests for seated tastings and special events. www.Inglenook.com