Showcasing breathtaking views, Auberge du Soleil is the dream of French restaurateur, Claude Rouas. In 1981, with business partner, Bob Harmon, Rouas opened Napa Valley’s first fine-dining restaurant, designed to reflect a taste of Provence in California wine country. The immediate success prompted the addition of “The Inn of the Sun” five years later. Nestled within a terraced, sun-kissed hillside amid 33-acres of heritage olive and oak trees, the hotel’s 50 contemporary guestrooms and suites, effortlessly blend relaxed sophistication with understated elegance, earning a long-standing reputation as wine country’s most iconic luxury property.
Patron Dinner at Auberge du Soleil
There are few places where one can find a more enchanting, breathtaking view of Napa Valley than from Auberge du Soleil in Rutherford. Following tonight’s concert, guests will dine on Executive Chef Robert Curry’s innovative, seasonal culinary artistry on the famed Auberge du Soleil terrace, with its bird’s-eye view of acres of twisted olive trees, rolling tree laden slopes, and endless vineyards.