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First recognized at the Judgment of Paris in 1976, Napa Valley’s world-renowned wines have found an equal match in the region’s cuisine. From Morimoto's exquisite Japanese fusion, to Thomas Keller’s Michelin-starred French Laundry and Tacos Michoacan’s casual roadside spice, you’ll find tasty cuisine around every corner. Visit www.napavintners.com →
Napa Valley
Produces
4%
of all california wine
1839
first grapes planted
18,000
vineyard hectares (45,000 acres)
1st
agricultural preserve of its kind in U.S.

Napa Valley Wineries

162 wineries

Events in Napa Valley

Napa Valley Sessions- Sustainablity Session 1

Napa Valley Vintners via Zoom, St. Helena

Virtual sessions featuring Trefethen Vineyards, Mumm Napa Valley and Chateau Boswell

napa valley wine grapes

Cost: None

Address & Location:
Napa Valley Vintners via Zoom, 1475 Library Lane, St. Helena, CA

Phone: (707) 337-1407

Email: sdolan@napavintners.com

Website: education.napavintners.com

napa valley wine grapes Details: More details coming shortly

Clif Family’s Toast to Sustainability: Virtual Earth Day Conversation and Wine Tasting

Zoom Event: https://cliffamily.com/toast-to-sustainability/, St. Helena

Virtual Earth Day Discussion and Wine + Food Tasting with the Clif Family Team and Sustainability Expert, Ann Thrupp

Address & Location:
Zoom Event: https://cliffamily.com/toast-to-sustainability/, 709 Main Street, St. Helena, CA

Phone: (707) 968-0625

Website: cliffamily.com

Details: Clif Family’s mission is to craft unique, regional wine and foods using practices that care for the earth; to support organic farming; and to contribute to a more vibrant and healthy food community. Sustainability expert, Ann Thrupp, will join the Clif Family team for an engaging Earth Day conversation on sustainability in wine, food, farming and hospitality. Our Virtual Earth Day conversation will focus on how wine and specialty food companies can work individually and collectively to inspire and create a positive impact on our environment. What are the ways we can create sustainability in our local communities and beyond? How can we work collectively for greater impact? What are some ways we can all contribute on an individual level?

Napa Valley Sessions- Sustainability: The Real Substance

Napa Valley Vintners via Zoom, St. Helena

Join ZD Wines, The Hess Collection Winery and Raymond Vineyards and learn how they put their bold sustainability words into action.

harvesting grapes

Cost: None

Address & Location:
Napa Valley Vintners via Zoom, 1475 Library Lane, St. Helena, CA

Phone: (707) 337-1407

Email: sdolan@napavintners.com

Website: education.napavintners.com

harvesting grapes Details: Join us to explore how three wineries put their bold sustainability words into action. We'll discuss the rigor and substance behind Napa Green and other sustainability certifications, and why it is essential that conscientious businesses communicate with employees, customers and guests about how and what sustainability really is. The session will be moderated by Sandra Taylor, President and CEO of Sustainable Business International. Register at education.napavintners.com