Sunday, July 25 | 11:30AM
What’s music to the ears? A season finale that simultaneously supports, energizes, and inspires the ethos of Festival Napa Valley. This closing private jazz and bluegrass concert by the celebrated violinist Tessa Lark with pianist/accordionist Sam Reider and bodacious barbecue at Robin and Michelle Baggetts’ beauty of a winery, Alpha Omega, promises just that.
The Baggetts believe that a wine’s sense of place comes from the soil, but that it also relies on the sense of hospitality a winery affords. Their warmth, enthusiasm, and welcoming nature infuses every experience at Alpha Omega. So, while you might step onto the Baggetts’ stunning ranch-style estate feeling like a guest, when you leave you’ll feel like family. Today’s delicious fare will be replete with Alpha Omega’s phenomenal wines—and of course the Baggetts’ down-home approach to appreciating the finer things in life.
Alpha Omega, a family-owned, boutique winery on the Rutherford Bench in the heart of Napa Valley, began its journey in 2006 to be recognized as one of the great wine estates in the world. Founded by Robin and Michelle Baggett, Alpha Omega handcrafts Bordeaux-style wines made with prized grapes from its own vineyards and historic vineyards throughout Napa Valley. Winemaker Henrik Poulsen and world-renowned consultants Jean Hoefliger and Michel Rolland create world-class wines that uniquely express the essence of this famous wine region. Surrounded by fountains, vineyards and mountains, the beauty of this modern, farm-style winery is as captivating as its wine.