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To experience Far Niente is to experience some of the region’s most precious history. Guests tonight will do just that, with a sumptuous dinner by estate chef Sarah Walz, paired with Far Niente’s exquisite wines. The evening ends on a sweet note, with dessert and Dolce in the restored Carriage house.
It’s a wrap! Get ready to toast the end of the season at a silent disco party at Napa’s Kitchen Collective. Inspired by the gastronomic societies in the Basque region of Spain, Kitchen Collective is America’s first private social club for cooking enthusiasts. Put on your party hat and get ready to enjoy fine wines, nibble on tasty hors d’oeuvres, and dance the night away.
Reception: 6:00 PM
Concert: 7:00 PM
What would a Duchess and a Prince dance to? Come hear for yourself during an evening of music fit for royal ears at Far Niente, one of the world’s great wine estates. Tonight’s celebration features the brilliant British cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason, who drew raves performing at the 2018 royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Everyone is invited to today’s admission-free matinee. Featuring the Festival Napa Valley Blackburn Music Academy Orchestra performing timeless masterpieces, Sunday at the Symphony provides an enriching experience for classical music novices and connoisseurs alike.
Your feet won’t be able to stay still when YouTube sensation and star of Postmodern Jukebox, Robyn Adele Anderson, belts out her sassy interpretations of modern hits in this private concert that is the coda for Festival Napa Valley’s 2019 Season. What better way to end the 10 best days of summer?
What better place to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Moon Landing than in front of Quintessa’s awe-inspiring, crescent-shaped winery? Nestled into the contours of the rustic hillside, Quintessa is a marvel of architectural design—effectively marrying form and function, and enhancing the natural beauty of the landscape.
The Festival’s closing concert reaches for the stars 50 years to the day after Apollo 11 landed on the moon and astronaut Neil Armstrong took “one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.”
On the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing, Festival Napa Valley hosts a film screening of Apollo 11, the acclaimed 2019 documentary film by Todd Douglass Miller. The film consists solely of archival footage, including never-before-seen footage and audio recordings that take you straight into the heart of NASA’s most celebrated mission.
Guests will enjoy the perfect intersection between Old World and New at this al fresco luncheon at Luna Vineyards. The winemaking team blends Italian tradition with the beauty of Napa terroir in every bottle they craft - from their estate-grown Pinot Grigio (Luna Vineyards was the first to plant the famed Italian grape in Napa) and Sangiovese, to their award-winning Winemaker’s Reserve bottlings of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Cabernet Sauvignon.
Silicon Valley’s sensational all-girls choir makes its Festival debut in this Bouchaine Young Artists concert. Winners of the 2018 Grand Prize at the Eighth International Robert Schumann Choral Competition, iSing is an ambitious choral program that trains local young female singers in musicianship as well as in community involvement and leadership – aiming to change the world through song.
The Terlato family, icons of the Napa winemaking scene for generations, acquired Chimney Rock Winery in 2004, and then took this jewel and polished it to shine – as only a winery with the good stock of the famed Stags Leap District AVA can.
Today’s intimate luncheon is prepared by famed farm-to-table chef Chris Cosentino, well known to the Bay Area via his celebrated eatery Incanto and to the world for winning the mantel of Top Chef Master on the hit television show. The visionary Italian jewelry house Pomellato, known for its avant-garde designs and sophisticated colored stone combinations, will have an array of stunning pieces on display. Guests will dine on an unforgettable meal paired with exquisite wines, while perched on top of a hill, embraced by vineyards and a dancing creek.
The festival continues its focus on artistic exploration and discovery in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing. The adventurous Los Angeles-based company, Diavolo | Architecture in Motion – renowned for combining contemporary dance with martial arts, acrobatics, hip hop and elaborate set design – performs two inspiring works: Voyage, about a trip to the moon, and Trajectoire, a voyage of destiny and destination.
The lavender-dotted 100-acre parcel of Calmére Estate Winery lives up to its serene name—a combination of the French words for calm, with its dappled sunlight and acre upon acre of Pinot and Chardonnay vines, and sea, apropos for its position facing the stunning San Pablo Bay. Sisters and second generation vintners Ariana and Lisa Peju invite guests to enjoy a lovely al fresco lunch at their serene winery, and to get an inside look at what the next generation of Napa has in store.
Vines never lie. If the land is healthy and well cared for, so too will be the fruit borne of it. St. Supéry Estate Vineyards & Winery believes in that vital truth of terroir. That’s why they have dedicated over 500 acres of their vinelands in Rutherford and Dollarhide Ranch, and the process of turning that fruit into wine, to Napa Valley Green certification. Each of St. Supéry’s bottles carries the Napa Green logo, signifying that they take good land stewardship and winemaking seriously.
“A long time ago…” (about 40 years), Star Wars: A New Hope changed the face of cinema and our culture, inspiring audiences around the world. Get ready for a thrilling sensory experience when Star Wars Live comes to the Lincoln Theater.
It’s not every day you get to linger on the grounds of a legendary, award-winning winery—and this afternoon at Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars is just such a rare occasion. Recognized for its historic role in shaping Napa Valley’s reputation as a world-class wine region, Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars is a singular presence.
V. Sattui Winery, the stunning family-owned property located in the heart of the Napa Valley, hosts tonight’s exquisite evening of food and wine. Named after owner Dario Sattui’s great grandfather, who started the family business more than 130 years ago after making his way to the US from his home in Genoa, V. Sattui is a classic setting reminiscent of the age-old wineries of France and Italy. The sprawling estate is surrounded by manicured gardens, lawns, giant oak trees and 35 acres of vineyards.