In a region defined by stunning vineyards and innovative wineries, Beringer stands out as one of the most storied and significant makers in the history of California Wine Country. Guests at tonight’s dinner will be immersed in Beringer’s beautiful surroundings — and, of course, treated to the bounty of the winery.
A visit to Beringer is an experience of visual wonder, from the lovingly preserved Rhine House, with its Victorian stone façade, soaring turrets, and lush gardens to wine caves that were hand-dug into the Spring Mountain hillside more than a century ago. The winery is as visionary as it is historic, and its commitment to sustainable practices — adopted long before sustainability became fashionable — make it a forward-thinking leader in the industry.
Patrons at tonight’s dinner will be treated to a gourmet meal, award-wining wines, and a special performance by Italian tenor Pasquale Esposito with rising star Victoria Thuy Vi McDowell — a definitive Festival Napa Valley experience.
Napa Valley is full of stunning wineries and vineyards, one more beautiful than the next. Yet Beringer Vineyards is easily one of the most storied and important in the history of California Wine Country. From the perfectly preserved Rhine House, with its Victorian stone façade, soaring turrets, and gorgeously textured gardens to the ancient wine caves dug into the Spring Mountain hillside—a visit to Beringer Vineyards is full of visual wonder and historic lore.