Sunday, July 18 | 11:30AM
A majestic church sits among the vines, amidst the rolling hills of Carneros. Built in Pennsylvania in 1886, it was reconstructed in Napa in the early aughts, and later purchased and renovated by vintner John Anthony Truchard in 2018. Boasting original stained-glass windows, 41-foot ceilings, and a bell tower, it is one of Napa’s iconic landmarks.
It’s also the site of today’s spectacular Vintner’s Luncheon. Guests will enjoy a delicious meal, paired with John Anthony’s terroir-driven wines – each of which tells the story of his connection to the land, reflecting the beauty and abundance of the valley.
John Anthony Vineyards
John Anthony Truchard is a second-generation vintner whose heritage is rooted in the Napa Valley. First and foremost, he is a farmer. Each of his terroir-driven wines tells the story of his history in Napa. John learned traditional winegrowing, the art of growing grapes to produce wine, from his father and other pioneering Napa Valley vintners. He worked alongside them from a very early age.