Music, movies and family fun for all to be enjoyed at picturesque estate
(August 1, 2022; Carneros, CA) – Sonoma-based Anaba Wines is excited to introduce ‘Anaba After Dark,’ set to take place at Anaba’s picturesque Vintners House on select Friday and Saturday nights in August. These limited-edition special evenings will showcase live music from local bands, classic Hollywood movies, dancing and more, all set against the idyllic backdrop of golden sunsets and vineyards in the Carneros AVA wine region. A delicious and memorable array of Anaba’s wines and wine-based cocktails will be available, along with food from Anaba’s in-house culinary team.
“From our start, Anaba has been committed to providing visitors with distinctive experiences that showcase the best of Sonoma County, and we are proud to continue that tradition with ‘Anaba After Dark,’ says proprietor John Sweazey. “Anaba sunsets are truly cinematic, and we can’t wait to share these evenings with good friends, good wine and entertainment under the stars.”
The ‘Anaba After Dark’ summer series launches on August 12 with three one-of-a-kind events. A family-friendly winery, guests may bring both children and pets. Reservations for each event may be made at exploretock.com/anabawines.
Movie Night featuring “Big” Music by Spike Sikes:
‘Anaba After Dark’ is an ideal way to begin the weekend with the jazzy sounds of Spike Sikes from 5 to 7pm. Following the show, grab a spot on the lawn to enjoy the movie “Big” starring Tom Hanks under the stars. Pricing is $50 per person for the concert and movie with charcuterie cups, popcorn, and a splash of Anaba wine. Additional Anaba wines will be available for purchase.
*Anaba will be providing picnic blankets but also welcome guests to bring their own chairs and blankets.
TruTABOO vineyard concert at historic Anaba Farmhouse:
Enjoy the talent of female-fronted TruTABOO as they entertain with an eclectic mix of rock, pop, country, ballads, and dance music from the 1970s to today. Tickets are available from 7 to 9pm, TruTABOO will have the audience on their feet as they perform crowd favorites and original songs at Anaba’s 200-year-old farmhouse. Priced at $50 per person, this special concert experience includes a glass of Anaba wine and a curated cheese and charcuterie board. Additional Anaba bottlings are available for purchase.
“Sunsets and Salsa”:
Dance the night away with “Sunsets and Salsa” at Anaba. Between 5 to 6pm, a “Salsa Dance” class is offered in partnership with Salsa Marin. Paired with an Anaba Port Sangria cocktail and Latin-themed appetizers, “Sunsets and Salsa” at Anaba is the perfect way to experience the warm August night and the sweeping mountain vineyard views. Pricing is $50 for the class and cocktail with appetizers and wine available for purchase.
Founded by John Sweazey in 2006, Anaba Wines is a boutique, family-owned winery, that is committed to offering world-class Burgundian and Rhône varietal wines in a warm and welcoming environment. Anaba’s ideal position just 35 minutes from the Golden Gate Bridge makes for the ultimate location for locals and visitors looking to experience world-class wines in a lively and familial setting.
About Anaba Wines:
Founded in 2006, Anaba Wines embodies proprietor John Sweazey’s commitment to high-end Burgundian and Rhône varietal wines, sustainability, and world-class hospitality offered in an unpretentious setting. Winemaker Katy Wilson oversees production of Anaba’s diverse portfolio of cool-climate wines, sourced from a combination of estate and benchmark family-owned grape growers located in a variety of Sonoma’s numerous AVA’s. Since its founding, Anaba has opened a state-of-the-art production facility, and in October 2019, opened its Vintners House to the public. Located in the Carneros region of Sonoma, the Vintners House is a stunning physical embodiment of Anaba’s inviting philosophy and commitment to community and hospitality. With a bocce ball court, paddle tennis/pickleball court, wood-fire pizzas and great wines, Anaba Wines stands out as one of the most fun and lively tasting rooms. Every aspect of the winery is highly sustainable. In 2009, Anaba Wines became the first Northern California winery to utilize wind power, via a 45-foot Skystream 3.7 wind turbine that provides clean energy for operations on the estate. Today, Anaba uses 100% renewable energy from its solar panels and wind turbine, generating enough for the winery’s electrical needs.
For more information about Anaba Wines, please visit www.anabawines.com.
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