Escape the winter chill this February by visiting the stunning Napa/Sonoma wine region. This location is ideal for a tranquil retreat or a romantic getaway, boasting a unique blend of wine and culinary experiences. The landscape, adorned with verdant foliage and vibrant mustard flowers, provides a serene backdrop for relaxation during the off-peak season. From now until February 18th, the Napa Lighted Art Festival will illuminate the evenings, adding a distinctive charm to your stay.
Covert Estate – Napa Valley
Covert Estate is built on the eastern hills of the Vacas Mountain Range, Coombsville Appellation. The winery is built underground, between the vineyard and the oak grove, to make the smallest environmental footprint with its underground setting, beautiful architecture, and outstanding wines. Covert offers a unique wine-tasting experience with limited-production wines, mostly allocated annually, that you’d be hard-pressed to find anywhere else.
Book with Beau Wine Tours today and let our concierge schedule an experience at this fantastic winery.
The Madrona – Healdsburg
The best of both worlds. The Madrona is a Michelin-starred home away from home. A Victorian mansion with 24 rooms and a fine dining restaurant with culinary experiences available to delight guests daily, from quiet early morning rituals to decadent twilight dinners. Chef Patrick Tafoya’s unique perspective reflects the season and region while drawing inspiration from global destinations to highlight the natural beauty of his ingredients. In addition to stunning cuisine, the restaurant’s bar also showcases inventive cocktails, rare spirits, and an eclectic wine list that goes beyond Sonoma’s borders to embrace the work of winemakers worldwide. With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, look at their particular pre-fixe dinner option.
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Premiere Napa Valley – February 9th – 24th
Premiere Napa Valley is an auction of one-of-a-kind wines offered as futures to members of the wine trade each February. Since 1997, winemakers across Napa Valley have contributed 240, 120, or as few as 60 bottles of unique wine, wines that express the soils, microclimates, and remarkable personalities that makeup Napa Valley. Each lot is sold to a single member of the wine trade, who then offers it to their top clients and collectors.
This year, Premiere Napa Valley will culminate with the live-streamed auction on Saturday, February 24th, in St. Helena, California, with virtual and in-person events taking place in the days and weeks leading up to the auction. Beyond being an auction, Premiere Napa Valley is an opportunity to connect with Napa Valley’s leading winemakers, learn about the region, discover new vintages, and ultimately reconnect with the area.